Keeping it cool with Dometic
HVAC specialist Dometic will showcase the latest addition to its advanced range of powerful CFX Series compressor coolers at this year’s Seawork.
The heavy-duty CoolFreeze CRX 75DZW mobile compressor unit is a strong and robust 70-litre capacity cooler and freezer offering even more flexible cooling and deep-freezing options when storing food and drink on-board. It has two temperature zones each with its own digital displays, one of 43-litre capacity and one of 27 litres, so users can choose to have a fridge and a freezer, or two fridges or two freezers.
Dometic has also introduced new Cool-Ice CI icebox models, each now available with a large range of optional extra accessories. The newly-designed, non-powered iceboxes, from Dometic‘s popular heavy-duty series, range in size from the 43-litre capacity Cool-Ice CI 42 up to the 111-litre Cool-Ice CI 110. The units feature an extremely effective insulation system to keep food and drink fresh and cool on-board, or for storing a catch for several days during fishing or sea angling trips.
Experienced in finding the most innovative engineering solutions to heat, cool and dehumidify within a wide range of commercial applications, Dometic will be highlighting how its systems are designed for efficiency, durability and reliability in harsh, marine environments.
The Dometic stand at Seawork will also feature the company’s high-capacity reverse-osmosis Sea Xchange watermaker range, the industry-leading Dometic Titan Chiller and the VARC variable capacity chiller.
Visit Dometic at Stand PG131
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