Dometec Launch Workboat Specific HVAC Unit

Press Release
Wednesday, December 05, 2012
DuraSea Condensing Unit: Photo credit Dometic

Heating, Ventilation & Air Conditioning (HVAC) providers Dometic Marine introduce its DuraSea Condensing Unit at IWS 2012.

The company launch the unit at this year's International Workboat Show (IWS) in New Orleans. Specifically designed to provide a robust and reliable system for the workboat environment, Dometic’s new DuraSea air conditioning condensing unit offers exceptional performance and long service life.

Part of Dometic’s DuraSea air-cooled direct expansion air conditioning equipment range, the condensing unit operates with the vessel’s existing evaporating unit to provide effective cooling of multiple on-board spaces including the pilothouse and crew accommodation areas. The unit’s BTU capacity ranges from 36,000 – 120,000 to satisfy an extensive range of vessel requirements for cooling.

Built with cabinet of stainless-steel 304 to resist heavy salt spray and UV damage, the DuraSea Condensing Unit is suitable for deck or rooftop mount. It employs a unique, vertical fan design which prevents water puddling on the fan blades. The system’s innovative risers offer the option to elevate the unit above the mounting surface to provide excellent water drainage and protect the coil from debris and saltwater.

Dometic Marine provides an extensive range of HVAC and sanitation systems for the commercial marine, workboat and military markets. For installation support, after-sales service and maintenance and repair service, the company has an extensive network of offices located in twelve strategic regions across the world which are backed in the field by the world’s largest marine network of authorised distributors, dealers and fully-trained service engineers in over 100 countries worldwide.
 

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