Webasto Thermo & Comfort North
America, Inc.
November 1 2013
Webasto History - 110 Years of Excellence
1901 Wilhelm Baier, Sr.
founded the company
in Esslingen, Germany
1907 Moved to ...
US Operations & Support Facilities
Established in the U.S. in 1974
 Approximately 1,350 Employees (8,600
Globally)
 U.S....
Background

“For more than 75 years Webasto has provided engine-off comfort and
environmental solutions to the global tran...
Idle Reduction &
Reduction of Green House Gases

 The US is the world’s largest producer of GHG
 The US could reduce har...
Idle Elimination
Improved Public Health
Idling elimination will reduce ozone and fine particle
exposure resulting in:

 F...
No Idle Policies
Idling Impacts the Environment, Equipment and Budgets
 Regulations - many areas of the United States hav...
Everyone Has to Have the Same Goal

WE ALL BREATHE THE SAME AIR!

Webasto Product North America, Inc.

8
Industry Recognized Anti-idling Technologies

Battery Powered
Systems

Automatic ShutDown/Start-Up

Stationary

GREEN

GRE...
Facts
 Tail pipe emissions are highest when
engine temperatures are “Coldest”

 Cold starting is equivalent to 800
miles...
Solution
Benefits:
 Up to 90 % Lower Emissions
@ Start UP
 Virtually No Emissions for Warming
 Decreased Engine Wear
 ...
Emissions Can Be Reduced
Regardless of Climate
Pre-heat even in warm
weather:

 Typical operating
temperature range for
d...
Independent Emission Test Lab Report

Table 1: Emission Summary for tests conducted at cold weather conditions

Table 2: E...
Fuel Operated Heaters Are Clean Technology
 At 85%-90% Efficiency fuel operated
heaters are CLEAN

APPROVED

 CARB Appro...
Summary
Five Step Opportunity
 Opportunity 1: Reduction of Dependency
on Foreign Oil
 Opportunity 2: Fast ROI, Reduced
O...
Issues Facing Fleets

Unpredictable Fuel Costs

Safety

Increasing Laws &
Enforcement

Emissions

Driver Retention

Shrink...
Webasto Technology Overview

Webasto Product North America, Inc.

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Product / Market Matrix

Products
Air Heaters

Coolant Heaters

Air Top 2000 ST Thermo Top C
Air Top Evo 3900 Thermo 50
Ai...
Air Heater Overview
Webasto air heaters provide immediate heat
to the cab, making interiors more comfortable
for drivers w...
Air Top 2000 ST
Features of Air Top 2000 ST Heaters:
 Provides immediate in-cab heat

 Uses as little as 1 gallon of fue...
Air Top Evo 3900/5500
Features of Air Top Evo Heaters:
 Provides immediate in-cab heat

 Operates quietly to ensure a re...
Coolant Heater Overview
Webasto coolant heaters go to work before
drivers, pre-heating the engine, eliminating
cold starts...
Thermo Top C / Thermo 50
Features of Thermo Top C / Thermo 50
Heaters:

 Provide engine pre-heat
 Use as little as 1 gal...
Thermo 90 ST
Features of Thermo 90 ST Heaters:
 Engine pre-heat and interior cab heat

 Boost feature for quicker engine...
DBW 2010
Features of DBW 2010 Heaters:
 Pre-heat large engines

 Provide interior cab heat
 Eliminate cold starts
 Qui...
Scholastic Heater
Features of Scholastic Heaters:
 Engine pre-heat

 Eliminate cold starts
 Provide supplemental interi...
DBW 2020/300
Features of DBW 2020/300 Heaters:
 Engine pre-heat for large engines

 Provide interior cab heat
 Eliminat...
Thermo 230/300/350
Features of Thermo 230/300/350 Heaters:
 Engine pre-heat & interior cab heat

 Eliminate cold starts
...
Thermo 230/300/350

Combined with Arctic Fox products, Webasto coolant heaters can be used to
heat fuel, hydraulic fluids ...
Return on Investment

A Webasto idle reduction solution can benefit your customer
Increased Efficiency

Reduce Maintenance...
“ It’s not easy being green”

Kermit the Frog

Webasto Product North America, Inc.

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Industry Links

Webasto Corporate Website

www.webasto.us

Webasto Technical Documentation
and Fuel Calculators

www.techw...
Thank You
For questions or further information, please contact:
John Potter
john.potter@webasto.com, (810) 444-7473

Webas...
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Webasto Idle Reduction Technology Presentation

  1. 1. Webasto Thermo & Comfort North America, Inc. November 1 2013
  2. 2. Webasto History - 110 Years of Excellence 1901 Wilhelm Baier, Sr. founded the company in Esslingen, Germany 1907 Moved to Stockdorf Germany WilhElm BAier in WEBASTO STOckdorf Webasto Product North America, Inc. 2
  3. 3. US Operations & Support Facilities Established in the U.S. in 1974  Approximately 1,350 Employees (8,600 Globally)  U.S. Locations:  Michigan - Fenton - Rochester Hills - Livonia Fenton, MI: Webasto operates the only Fuel Operated Heater Engineering, Manufacturing and Assembly Facility in the United States  California - Santa Fe Springs “A Webasto Solution Equals U.S. Manufacturing Job Retention” Webasto Product North America, Inc.  Kentucky - Lexington 3
  4. 4. Background “For more than 75 years Webasto has provided engine-off comfort and environmental solutions to the global transportation industry, greatly reducing or eliminating the need to idle.” Webasto’s products provide:  Mission Readiness  Reduced Greenhouse Gases Engine off Comfort Saves fuel, reduces emissions, protects the environment  Reduced Dependency on Fossil Fuels  Environmental Consciousness  Return on Investment – Green / Green Technology  Safety  Engine-off Comfort  Convenience Webasto Product North America, Inc. Technology the Way Nature Intended 4
  5. 5. Idle Reduction & Reduction of Green House Gases  The US is the world’s largest producer of GHG  The US could reduce harmful Green House Gases, such as CO2, via idle reduction  Idling makes up .6% of the US national CO2 output The Heavy Duty Truck Industry:  Consumes 840,000,000 gallons of fuel/year for idling  Produces 10,000,000 Tons of GHG CO2 Emissions School Buses:  Consume 43,200,000 gallons of fuel/year for idling Webasto Product North America, Inc. 5
  6. 6. Idle Elimination Improved Public Health Idling elimination will reduce ozone and fine particle exposure resulting in:  Fewer premature deaths  Fewer cases of chronic bronchitis  Fewer non-fatal heart attacks  Fewer hospital and emergency room visits  Fewer days workers are out sick due to respiratory symptoms  Fewer school absences Webasto Product North America, Inc. 6
  7. 7. No Idle Policies Idling Impacts the Environment, Equipment and Budgets  Regulations - many areas of the United States have some level of commercial or passenger vehicle anti-idling regulations  Fines are levied for non-compliance  Operating Costs  For trucks that average 1,000 hours/yr at approx. $4.00 per gallon - $4,000 per year is idled away!  Green House Gases  One year’s worth of idling 1,000 hours produces over 10 tons of GHG’s  Engine Wear & Tear  Additional engine maintenance required due to idling results in costs from $200 - $2000 per year / per vehicle  Funds and Grants  Government support of idle reduction continues: DERA, DOE – Supertruck grants, ARRA Webasto Product North America, Inc. 7
  8. 8. Everyone Has to Have the Same Goal WE ALL BREATHE THE SAME AIR! Webasto Product North America, Inc. 8
  9. 9. Industry Recognized Anti-idling Technologies Battery Powered Systems Automatic ShutDown/Start-Up Stationary GREEN GREEN Fuel Operated Heaters Engine-off Cooling Auxiliary Power Unit or Generator Set For More Information: http://www.epa.gov/smartway/idlingtechnologies.htm Webasto Product North America, Inc. 9
  10. 10. Facts  Tail pipe emissions are highest when engine temperatures are “Coldest”  Cold starting is equivalent to 800 miles of driving – (Truck Maintenance Council)  Fuel Economy is not efficient Webasto Product North America, Inc. 10
  11. 11. Solution Benefits:  Up to 90 % Lower Emissions @ Start UP  Virtually No Emissions for Warming  Decreased Engine Wear  Extended Key Component Life  Increased Fuel Economy Achieve optimum engine temperature level before “Turning The Key” by installing a Webasto engine-off heater. Webasto Product North America, Inc. 11
  12. 12. Emissions Can Be Reduced Regardless of Climate Pre-heat even in warm weather:  Typical operating temperature range for diesel engines is 185o - 200o F  Eliminate cold starts by pre-heating the engine even during the summer months and in warm climates Webasto Product North America, Inc. 12
  13. 13. Independent Emission Test Lab Report Table 1: Emission Summary for tests conducted at cold weather conditions Table 2: Emission Summary for tests conducted at normal ambient conditions Note: Tables 1 & 2 present the summary overview for the test results as generated by the IETL. The detailed calculations and steps taken to generate these numbers will be provided upon request. 13
  14. 14. Fuel Operated Heaters Are Clean Technology  At 85%-90% Efficiency fuel operated heaters are CLEAN APPROVED  CARB Approved means it must meet one of the world’s most stringent air quality standards EPA SmartWay Verified & CARB Approved Technology Webasto Product North America, Inc. 14
  15. 15. Summary Five Step Opportunity  Opportunity 1: Reduction of Dependency on Foreign Oil  Opportunity 2: Fast ROI, Reduced Operating Expense (Fuel Savings and Enforcement)  Opportunity 3: Reduction of Green House Gases (GHG)  Opportunity 4: Improves Public Health  Opportunity 5: Maintain & Create New Jobs Webasto Product North America, Inc. 15
  16. 16. Issues Facing Fleets Unpredictable Fuel Costs Safety Increasing Laws & Enforcement Emissions Driver Retention Shrinking Budgets Maintenance Costs Increasing Regulations Webasto Product North America, Inc. 16
  17. 17. Webasto Technology Overview Webasto Product North America, Inc. 17
  18. 18. Product / Market Matrix Products Air Heaters Coolant Heaters Air Top 2000 ST Thermo Top C Air Top Evo 3900 Thermo 50 Air Top Evo 5500 Bunk Cooling Thermo 90 ST DBW 2010 DBW 2020 DBW 300 Thermo 230 Thermo 300 Thermo 350 Scholastic Heater BlueCool Truck BlueCool Hybrid Markets Truck Classes 3-8/Cargo Commercial Truck Refuse Cargo Bus (All Types)/RV School Bus Shuttle Bus Transit Bus Recreational Vehicle Off-Highway/Emergency Off-Highway Ground Support Equipment Fire & Rescue Light & Medium Dry Light & Medium Dry Webasto Product North America, Inc. 18
  19. 19. Air Heater Overview Webasto air heaters provide immediate heat to the cab, making interiors more comfortable for drivers while saving fuel from engine-off operation. These efficient heaters draw in ambient air, pass it over a high efficiency heat exchanger, warm it and discharge it to the interior. The result is rapid heat to the vehicle’s cab. Benefits of Webasto Air Heaters:  Save fuel  Fast Return on Investment  Extend engine life  Reduce emissions  Reduce maintenance costs  Increase driver satisfaction/retention  High heat output in a small package Webasto Product North America, Inc. 19
  20. 20. Air Top 2000 ST Features of Air Top 2000 ST Heaters:  Provides immediate in-cab heat  Uses as little as 1 gallon of fuel in 20 hours  Uses 10% less fuel than the competition  Operates quietly to ensure a restful nights sleep  Full diagnostics with PC Interface  Fast Return on Investment  CARB approved and EPA SmartWay verified technology Air Top 2000 ST Specifications Heating power 7,000 Btu/h (2.0 kW) Fuel Fuel Consumption 0.03 – 0.6 gal/h; (0.14 l/h – 0.24 l/h) Operating Voltage Range 10.5 – 16 V Power Consumption 1.20 - 2.41 Amps Air Flow 37 cfm (63 m3/h) Dimensions: LxWxH 12.25 x 4.78 x 4.85 in.; (317.5 mm x 121.4 mm x 122.9mm) Weight  Self-cleaning evaporative burner Diesel #1, #2, Arctic, Biodiesel B5 & B20 (up to 20%) 5.7 lbs. (2.6 kg) Webasto Product North America, Inc. 20
  21. 21. Air Top Evo 3900/5500 Features of Air Top Evo Heaters:  Provides immediate in-cab heat  Operates quietly to ensure a restful nights sleep  Full diagnostics with PC Interface  Fast Return on Investment  Multi-function controller offers advanced heat output options  CARB Approved and EPA SmartWay Verified  Self-cleaning evaporative burner Air Top Evo 3900 Air Top Evo 5500 Heating power 13,300 Btu/h (3.5 kW) Heating power 18,700 Btu/h (3.5 kW) Fuel Diesel #1, #2, Arctic Fuel Diesel #1, #2, Arctic Fuel Consumption 0.05 gal/h (0.17 l/h); 0.13 gal/h (0.42 l/h) Fuel Consumption 0.05 gal/h (0.17 l/h); 0.19 gal/h (0.69 l/h) Rated Range 12 Volts Rated Range 12 / 24 Volts Power Consumption @ 12 Volts 1.25 - 3.75 Amps Power Consumption @ 12 Volts 1.25 - 7.9 Amps Dimensions: LxWxH 16-3/4 x 5-13/16 x 6-3/8 in.; 423 x 148 x 162 mm Dimensions: LxWxH 16-3/4 x 5-13/16 x 6-3/8 in.; 423 x 148 x 162 mm Heater Weight 13.0 lbs. (5.9 kg) Heater Weight 13.0 lbs. (5.9 kg) Webasto Product North America, Inc. 21
  22. 22. Coolant Heater Overview Webasto coolant heaters go to work before drivers, pre-heating the engine, eliminating cold starts, and warming the cab’s interior. These heaters draw in cold engine coolant, then heat it and pump it back to the vehicle’s engine and HVAC system. In extreme climates, Webasto coolant heaters can be used with additional accessories to warm the fuel and hydraulic fluid. Benefits of Webasto Coolant Heaters:  Save fuel and eliminates cold starts  Reduce engine hours, wear and maintenance costs  Increase productivity  Reduce harmful emissions  Can be combined with additional accessories to warm the fuel and hydraulic fluid Webasto Product North America, Inc. 22
  23. 23. Thermo Top C / Thermo 50 Features of Thermo Top C / Thermo 50 Heaters:  Provide engine pre-heat  Use as little as 1 gallon of fuel in a 10 hour period  High heat output in compact design  Eliminate cold starts  CARB approved and EPA SmartWay Verified Technology Thermo Top C / Thermo 50 Specifications Heating power 17,200 Btu/h (5.0 kW) Fuel Diesel #1, #2, Arctic, Biodiesel B5 & B20 (up to 20%) Fuel Consumption 0.07 – 0.16 gal/h (0.27 l/h – 0.63 l/h) Power Consumption 1.5 – 2.7 Amps (without pump @ 12V) Amps (without pump @ 24V) Air Flow 2 gal/min at 1.9 PSI (450 l/h at 0.13 bar) Dimensions: LxWxH 9.1 x 4.1 x 6.4 in. (232 x 105 x 163 mm) Weight 7 lbs. (without pump) (3.2 kg) Webasto Product North America, Inc. 23
  24. 24. Thermo 90 ST Features of Thermo 90 ST Heaters:  Engine pre-heat and interior cab heat  Boost feature for quicker engine pre-heat  Eliminate cold starts  Fast Return on Investment  CARB approved and EPA SmartWay Verified  Can be combined with additional accessories to warm the fuel and hydraulic fluid Thermo 90 ST Specifications Heating power 26,000 Btu/h (7.6 kW) Boost: 31,000 Btu/h (9.1 kW) Fuel Diesel #1, #2, Arctic, Biodiesel (up to 20%) Fuel Consumption .05 – 0.28 gal/h; .19 – 1.10 l/h Power Consumption @ 12 Volts 3.0 – 7.5 Amps Air Flow 2 gal/min at 1.9 PSI Dimensions: LxWxH 15-3/4 x 7-1/2 x 14 in. 400 x 190 x 356 mm Weight w/ Enclosure 35 lbs. (16 kg) Webasto Product North America, Inc. 24
  25. 25. DBW 2010 Features of DBW 2010 Heaters:  Pre-heat large engines  Provide interior cab heat  Eliminate cold starts  Quick engine recovery  Fast Return on Investment  CARB approved and EPA SmartWay Verified DBW 2010 Specifications Heating power 45,000 Btu/h (13.1 kW) Fuel Diesel #1, #2, Arctic, Biodiesel (up to 20%) Fuel Consumption 0.4 gal/h (1.5 l/h) Power Consumption @ 12 Volts 7.1 Amps Dimensions with Enclosure 24 x 9-3/4 x 11-5/8 in. Box: LxWxH (610 x 248 x 295 mm) Weight w/ Enclosure Box 65 lbs. (29.5 kg) Webasto Product North America, Inc. 25
  26. 26. Scholastic Heater Features of Scholastic Heaters:  Engine pre-heat  Eliminate cold starts  Provide supplemental interior heat  Stops white smoke at engine start-up and eliminates diesel knock  1” Water connections  Built-in bleed valve to purge air from system  Help to quickly defog windshields Scholastic Heater Specifications Heating power 45,000 Btu/h (13.1 kW) Fuel Fuel Consumption 0.4 gal/h (1.5 l/h) Rated Voltage 12 Volts Power Consumption 9.5 Amps @12V; w/coolant pump Dimensions: LxWxH 23 x 8-1/16 x 10 in.; 584 x 205 x 228 mm Heater Weight 33 lbs. (15 kg) Weight w/Enclosure  Fast Return on Investment Diesel 65 lbs. (29.5 kg) Webasto Product North America, Inc. 26
  27. 27. DBW 2020/300 Features of DBW 2020/300 Heaters:  Engine pre-heat for large engines  Provide interior cab heat  Eliminate cold starts  Fast Return on Investment  Available in 12 Volt  Heat hydraulic fluid with optional accessories DBW 2020 Specifications DBW 300 Specifications Heating power 80,000 Btu/h (23.3 kW) Heating power 104,000 Btu/h (30.0 kW) Fuel Diesel #1, #2, Arctic, Biodiesel (up to 20%) Fuel Diesel #1, #2, Arctic, Biodiesel (up to 20%) Fuel Consumption 0.79 gal/h (3.0 l/h) Fuel Consumption 0.95 gal/h (4.0 l/h) Power Consumption @ 12 Volts 10 Amps (120 W) Power Consumption @ 12 Volts 10.8 Amps (130 W) Power Consumption @ 24 Volts 5 Amps (120 W) Power Consumption @ 24 Volts 5.4 Amps (130 W) Dimensions with Enclosure 26-23/32 x 9-1/2 x 10-29/32 in. Box: LxWxH (680 x 240 x 279 mm) Dimensions with Enclosure 26-23/32 x 9-1/2 x 10-29/32 in. Box: LxWxH (680 x 240 x 279 mm) Weight w/ Enclosure Box Weight w/ Enclosure Box 48 lbs. (22 kg) Webasto Product North America, Inc. 48 lbs. (22 kg) 27
  28. 28. Thermo 230/300/350 Features of Thermo 230/300/350 Heaters:  Engine pre-heat & interior cab heat  Eliminate cold starts  Full diagnostics with PC interface  Heat hydraulic fluid and batteries with optional accessories Heat Output Fuel Type Fuel Consumption Power Consumption Dimensions Weight Thermo 230 80,000 Btu/h (23 kW) Diesel, B20 0.79 gal/h (3 L/h) 2.7 Amps @24 V 24 x 9.7 x 8.7 in (610 x 246 x 220 mm) 42 lbs (19 kg) Thermo 300 104,000 Btu/h (30 kW) Diesel, B20 1.05 gal/h (4 L/h) 4.6 Amps @24 V 24 x 9.7 x 8.7 in (610 x 246 x 220 mm) 42 lbs (19 kg) Thermo 350 120,000 Btu/h (35 kW) Diesel, B20 1.16 gal/h (4.4 L/h) 5.8 Amps @24 V 24 x 9.7 x 8.7 in (610 x 246 x 220 mm) 42 lbs (19 kg) Webasto Product North America, Inc. 28
  29. 29. Thermo 230/300/350 Combined with Arctic Fox products, Webasto coolant heaters can be used to heat fuel, hydraulic fluids and batteries. Features of Arctic Fox Accessories:  Reduce pump cavitation and resulting damage  Increase productivity – no more idle equipment or workers waiting for hydraulics to warm up  Versatile design allows for use on equipment for logging, construction, mining, waste hauling, utility and maintenance vehicles.  All stainless steel construction  Excellent coolant flow capacity, utilizing ¾” NPT coolant connections Webasto Product North America, Inc. 29
  30. 30. Return on Investment A Webasto idle reduction solution can benefit your customer Increased Efficiency Reduce Maintenance Cycles  Equipment is prepared to go when needed  Downtime can cost a fleet $500 per day per truck  Add a timer function to heaters and eliminate the need to have employees arrive early to warm the equipment  Less frequent oil, filter and PM cycles  Protects vital components  This allows a fleet to better utilize equipment and manpower  Minimizes employee turnover due to higher employee satisfaction Fuel Savings  90% or greater reduction in idling fuel consumption Webasto Product North America, Inc. Reduce Vehicle and Equipment, Re-Purchase Cycles  Equipment will last longer reducing the frequency of equipment purchases, thus increasing working capital 30
  31. 31. “ It’s not easy being green” Kermit the Frog Webasto Product North America, Inc. 31
  32. 32. Industry Links Webasto Corporate Website www.webasto.us Webasto Technical Documentation and Fuel Calculators www.techwebasto.com Database for Funding, Anti-Idling Laws and Initiatives www.makealeap.org EPA SmartWay Website http://www.epa.gov Published list of EPA SmartWay Verified Technologies http://www.epa.gov/otaq/smartway/transport/what-smartway/verifiedtechnologies.htm#idle List of National Clean Diesel Funding Awards http://epa.gov/otaq/diesel/projnational-aara.htm DOE List of Federal and State Incentives, Laws and Programs http://www.afdc.energy.gov/afdc/laws/fed_summary DOE Link to Funding Opportunities http://www1.eere.energy.gov/cleancities/financial_opps.html List of Clean City Coalitions and Contacts http://www.afdc.energy.gov/cleancities/progs/coordinators.php List of Current Idling Regulations http://atri-online.org/index.php?option=com_ content&view=article&id=164&Itemid=70 National Idle Reduction Network News http://www1.eere.energy.gov/vehiclesandfuels/resources/fcvt_national_idling.html Webasto Product North America, Inc. 32
  33. 33. Thank You For questions or further information, please contact: John Potter john.potter@webasto.com, (810) 444-7473 Webasto Product North America, Inc. 33

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