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Dometic launches small A/C

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Dometic Marine’s air-conditioning brand, Italy-based Condaria, launched the new PCWM Compact Series at Seatec this year. The unit was designed to fit the compact engine room space of the new Azimut 54. The compact version has a smaller footprint for easier installation and maintenance, and the unit’s length has been reduced by one third by remotely positioning the electric box.



“Designers demand products that offer ease of installation and maintenance, environmental compliance and maximisation of on-board guest space,” Roberto Bonomi, managing director of Condaria, said. “As an equipment manufacturer, we are constantly reviewing and improving our products in response to these needs. I am delighted that visitors to our stand were impressed by the 30 percent reduction in length we have achieved on the new PCWM compact chiller.”



It is built with a stainless steel structural frame and a cupronickel seawater circuit. It has a built-in circulation pump and a remote control panel with breakers and user-intuitive digital display. It uses R410A refrigerant in three capacities: 48K BTUs, 60K BTUs and 72K BTUs.



For more details, visit www.condaria.com.

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