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Dometic wins contract with Sunseeker


Dometic has recently signed a contract with Sunseeker to be the British boatbuilder’s sole supplier of air conditioning equipment for its range of 50- to 131-foot boats.

Dometic is a Swedish manufacturer that supplies air conditioning, sanitation, refrigeration, galley, watermakers and other equipment to a range of OEMs in more than 100 countries. The company operates 28 manufacturing/assembly sites in North America, South America, Europe and the Asia-Pacific region.

Steve Morris, Dometic director of marine sales and engineering, called it “a significant endorsement for our technology leadership in air conditioning systems and installations.”

Working with Sunseeker to design systems into new craft, Dometic supplies three types of systems that can be installed, depending on the size and layout of the vessel, according to the company. These range from the self-contained direct expansion system, to the split-gas direct expansion system, up to the high-capacity chilled water systems for megayachts.

Dometic also delivers after-sales service through a network of trained service engineers, distributors and dealers, according to the company.

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