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#25 - On-Board Comfort

The Sound of Silence

Vibration and sound are greatly reduced. (Credit: Dometic)

Dometic is moving heavily into the marine market with a large number of comfort products. Among these are a series of air conditioners. They come in a variety of sizes and with different technological solutions to solve the task of keeping cool on the boat.

The most interesting for a lot of mariners could be the new Turbo series. It contains patented technology and won an IBEX Innovation Award. Vibration and sound are greatly reduced, and efficiency is increased, with less energy consumption. That should sum up just about everything you would want from aircon. The unit is also self-contained, compact and easy to install.

ou can choose between 115 and 230V versions of Dometic Turbo air conditioners. The drain pan is composite, so no rust—and if you want to reduce noise even more (up to 50%) you can get an optional sound cover.

About the Author

Øyvind Bordal is a Norwegian writer and sailor, based in Denmark and Caribbean.

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