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New AC line launched

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Australia-based Stella Systems has launched a range of self-contained air conditioning units that are water cooled and cover all sizes of vessel, with models ranging from the compact 3500 BTU unit up to the 24,000 BTU unit.

They are manufactured for the Stella Marine Group in Japan by Turtle Marine.

For more information, visit www.stellasystems.com.au.

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