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Today’s boaters are all too aware that air conditioning is one of the biggest power draws of systems found onboard.
A variable speed DC air con system is designed for non-generator powered boats.
Eberspaecher’s new heating system has a variety of applications and is easy to install
The Climma CWS DC inverter range of systems are the latest air conditioning units from Veco.
EcoFlow’s latest heating and air con unit is the plug and play Wave 2
Wallas’ latest product is a water heating system which can be used to produce hot water or to power up floor and radiator heating
Caframo has extended the warranty on its most popular Sirocco II 12V/24V fan
Beneteau’s Lagoon catamaran brand now has BlueCool S-Series air conditioning
Caframo’s SEEKR clears a windshield in less than five minutes
New advances in air conditioning and battery technologies make it possible to run marine air conditioning systems on DC power alone
Eberspaecher’s third generation Airtronic heater is due to be available later this year.
Eberspaecher’s Hydronic D4E and D5E heaters are two of the company’s most up to date diesel fired water heaters.
Recoheat stove heat recovery is an energy efficient heat recovery system for a wood burning stove.
Air con system has a higher performance and a reduced carbon footprint
50% year-on-year increase for manufacturing company
Dometic’s new marine air conditioning system will be coming to market soon
A selection of Webasto products will be on the Kings Lock Chandlery stand, Q4, at Crick Boat Show.
Three RiteAire Marine (RAM) dehumidifier units have been installed in a Westport 85 motor yacht to improve ventilation onboard.
Energy Solutions has supplied a Technicold air conditioning system to the Dunkirk Little Ship, Llanthony.
Blakes and Taylors is one of the oldest companies within the marine industry dating back to 1789.
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