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  1. Blog: Lubrication Specialist, LLC. Does a Bunk Heater Make Sense for Your Rig? In the trucking business, time is money. That’s why so many drivers prefer using their rigs’ bunks for their overnight accommodations. Not only does this save on hotel expenses, capitalizing gains from time on the road, but it can shave hours off trips by helping truckers get fast starts to their days. When it’s time to make the accommodations more comfortable, abunk heater is an excellent investment to consider. An Espar heater, for example, is an auxiliary heater that is meant to operate in place of the onboard heater when it’s needed. Truckers who use an Espar Airtronicas their bunk heaters are likely to notice a number of benefits that make the investment worthwhile. Here are just a few: ∑ Reduced wear and tear – Using an onboard heater during sleeping time can provide the warmth and comfort needed. It can, however, also put a lot of wear and tear on a rig’s engine. An Espar heater can stand in place, providing cost savings along the way. Fuel conservation – Espar Airtronic models are designed to use their own fuel supply. Since they operate very efficiently, the overall savings can be rather pleasing. Since they do operate independently of the rig’s engine, they won’t zap the main fuel supply as they provide heat. ∑ Adding a bunk heaterto a rig will involve an upfront expense. The savings this purchase can produce, however, will pay off for miles and miles down the road. Providing heat, comfort and cost-savings, these devices are considered a must by many who use their rigs’ bunks for theirovernight accommodations.