Heating & Aircon – Page 3

  • Webasto's heter has been developed for the marine market

    Webasto’s heater has a fast heat-up phase


    Webasto has evolved its Thermo Top Evo heater - originally designed for caravans - for the marine market.

  • Climma's C-Touch is designed at keeping pace with demands for onboard comfort

    Environmentally friendly options are required


    The refrigeration and air conditioning industry is continually looking to move to more environmentally friendly options says Zeb Elliot of Penguin Refrigeration.

  • Dometic’s self-contained variable capacity air-conditioning solution – the Dometic Frosty Var (DFV)

    Variable speed split-gas air-con system available from Dometic


    Dometic is committed to cutting power requirements and satisfying demand for more efficient and quieter units and believes it is leading the way in the sector.

  • The new 30GB offers increased heating power and more air volume for boat owners

    Future-proofing heaters


    The latest Wallas 30GB 3.2kw heater ‘ticks all the boxes’; it’s fuel and power efficient, quiet when running and reliable says UK importer and distributor, Kuranda.

  • Webasto’s new V64 T and V77 T air conditioning units have a cooling capacity between 64,000 and 77,000 BTU/h

    Intelligent air con and heating systems tackle size and noise issues


    Heating and air conditioning designer and manufacturer, Webasto, recently launched its Thermo Top Pro 120 and 150 heating systems and added V64 T and V77 T air conditioning units to its BlueCool V series product range.

  • The Dometic Frosty Var (DFV) incorporates the latest inverter variable speed technology

    Dometic launches self-contained air-conditioning solution


    Dometic has a new a self-contained variable capacity air-conditioning unit which aims to save OEMs the hassle of specifying models for different applications.

  • Dometic's turbo unit

    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.

  • News

    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.

  • The Frigoboat MS700 is a direct replacement for the Subzero 700

    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.

  • The Hydronic range from Eberspächer

    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.

  • Post's Blue Line boiler

    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.

  • EMKA's latest hardware for HVAC panels

    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.

  • Alfa Laval is rolling out touch control across all of its marine boilers

    One-touch control marine boilers


    Alfa Laval Aalborg is rolling out touch control to its new and existing boilers.

  • EasyStart Web is Eberspächer’s new and improved web based control unit

    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.

  • Aqua-Air chilled water Alpha chiller

    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.

  • Domestic's new titanium condenser

    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.

  • Eberspächer's Airtronic unit

    Eberspächer listens to its customers


    With noise considerations always a high consideration for users, Eberspächer has developed new ‘silenced’ kits for its heating kits.

  • The 30DT heater

    Impending legislation leads to green heaters


    Wallas has been producing linear combustion burners since 1972 with a continued programme of development.

  • Climma's DC50

    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.

  • The new white version of the heating duct outlet from Eberspächer

    Cost is still important to the customer


    Eberspächer is launching a new range of heating duct outlets to replace its current range.