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Marine air conditioning systems line expands

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Michigan-based Webasto Thermo & Comfort North America has expanded its line of self-contained marine air conditioning systems. The FCF Platinum Series offers four new models both smaller and larger than the two current models and a new footprint that allows for easier replacement of other self-contained A/C systems on the market.

All FCF Platinum units feature reverse cycle heat, doubling as a heater and reducing the amount of additional equipment on board. Each Webasto system is built on a marine-grade stainless steel frame, and comes standard with a digital display, controller and cable.

Suggested retail prices start at just over $2,000.

For more information, visit www.webasto-marine.com.

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