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Heating & Aircon

Retrofitting can be intrusive and complicated
Retrofitting air conditioning to a boat can be extremely intrusive and complicated on a finished craft. That's according to Dometic’s Steve Morris, director of marine sales and engineering, EMEA, writes Katina Read. 29 May 2017 - Boating Business
Fischer Panda is a preferred supplier
Fischer Panda is the preferred supplier of Dometic HVAC equipment and can supply a whole package to its customers as a distributer of hybrid electric propulsion systems, integrated mobile power solutions and watermakers. 29 May 2017 - Boating Business
Penguin Refrigeration goes back to its roots
Penguin Refrigeration specialises in marine refrigeration and air conditioning and is the sole UK distributor for Frigoboat Marine Refrigeration, Vitrifrigo and Climma Marine Air Conditioning. 26 May 2017 - Boating Business
Eberspächer celebrates 40 years
Eberspächer UK has already enjoyed an eventful 2017, having celebrated its 40th anniversary this year. The Ringwood based company now enjoys a turnover of £20m with more than 100 dealers across the country. 26 May 2017 - Boating Business
Smart boilers are a big favourite
Aquamare is a marine installation group based in Plymouth, UK and also Australia, dealing with the supply and installation of a diverse range of marine products, covering everything from marine toilets through to onboard wifi. 26 May 2017 - Boating Business
HVAC industry is rapidly changing
The global HVAC industry is rapidly changing with a trend to natural refrigeration systems, although these still need controls and compartments. 25 May 2017 - Boating Business
One-touch control marine boilers
Alfa Laval Aalborg is rolling out touch control to its new and existing boilers. 03 Apr 2017 - Boating Business
Improved remote control system
EasyStart Web is Eberspächer’s new and improved web based control unit for pre heaters, compatible with the majority of the company’s Airtronic and Hydronic boat heating systems. 29 Sep 2016 - Boating Business
Aquamare Marine enters the air con market
Aquamare Marine is the latest company to enter the UK marine air con market with the launch of the air conditioning, fresh air make up, ventilation solutions and heating systems from Aqua-Air. 01 Jun 2016 - Boating Business
Titanium is introduced to prevent corrosion
The effects of erosion and corrosion on condensers have represented a common problem affecting marine chiller systems, says Dometic. 01 Jun 2016 - Boating Business
Impending legislation leads to green heaters
Wallas has been producing linear combustion burners since 1972 with a continued programme of development. 01 Jun 2016 - Boating Business
Climma introduces new models
For Penguin Refrigeration, the DC50 and DC65 inverter driven chillers recently introduced by Climma are proving to be very popular and are being specified on an increasing number of boats of 15m and upwards. 01 Jun 2016 - Boating Business
Eberspächer listens to its customers
With noise considerations always a high consideration for users, Eberspächer has developed new ‘silenced’ kits for its heating kits. 01 Jun 2016 - Boating Business
Portable air conditioning is the answer for many
Espar’s portable air conditioning unit, the Cube, is proving itself to be a good seller in the market, says director Tim Fleckney. 02 Jun 2015 - Boating Business
Cost is still important to the customer
Eberspächer is launching a new range of heating duct outlets to replace its current range. 02 Jun 2015 - Boating Business
Green-friendly HVAC chiller from Webasto
The trend for air conditioning sees no sign of ending with business brisk for Webasto, especially in the retrofit market, writes Katina Read. 02 Jun 2015 - Boating Business
Green Envy will provide a competitive edge
With yachts in harbour around 75% of the time and auxiliaries accounting for 22% of CO2 emissions, considerable gains can be made from passive design technology, writes Katina Read. 02 Jun 2015 - Boating Business
Dometic ups the technology level again
Technology has been taken to another level says Dometic with its new variable capacity chiller, writes Katina Read. 02 Jun 2015 - Boating Business
Dometic has to diversify to evolve
The need to diversify to evolve and remain strong has never been stronger for Dometic Marine which admits to suffering this year due to economic factors, writes Katina Read. 22 Jul 2014 - Boating Business
Espar provides an alternative
The number of smaller leisure boat owners demanding air conditioning on their craft has dramatically increased over the last few years, with boats kitted out to cope with a global climate, writes Katina Read. 22 Jul 2014 - Boating Business