Webasto Launches FCF 24,000 Btu AC Unit

press release
Monday, November 14, 2011

Self-Contained Air Conditioner.

 

Webasto Product North America, Inc. (WPNA) has announced the arrival of the all-new Webasto FCF 24,000 Btu Air Conditioner, the only self-contained 115 Volt / 24,000 Btu air conditioner on the market today. The FCF 24,000 will be joining the already popular FCF (“Feel Cool Fast”) family of marine self-contained air conditioners.  The HVAC experts at Webasto have engineered this product utilizing a compact design to it fit in small places on board.  The FCF 24,000 comes standard with a digital control panel, remote control, robust dual-blowers that can handle multiple vents for maximum air flow and uses environmentally friendly Green Gas R410A.  The compressor has been carefully mounted in a marine grade stainless steel structure to greatly reduce unwanted vibration and noise that can transfer into the cabin, interrupting sleep.  The result is whisper quiet quality. Webasto offers a two-year warranty on the all-new FCF 24,000 Btu. 
 

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