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Fri, Jun 30th 2017

Low cost, High Power, Low consumption Motorhome rooftop Air Conditioning

Conrad Anderson Ltd, the Birmingham based supplier of vehicle systems is launching a new exclusive range of vehicle roof mounted Air Conditioning units. This is a new product range from Sinclair, a highly respected European mainstream air-conditioning manufacturer at the forefront of heat pump and compressor technology. This new heavy duty  motorhome/ trailer rooftop air con range has been developed to meet the demand of the present day larger vehicles and the higher temperatures that we are now seeing  as a matter of course in most European countries.

The Sinclair rooftop air conditioning units have a sleek aero-dynamic shaped top unit and have a higher cooler capacity than any other units on the market at the moment.  Not only are they higher power but  also a more efficient and cost effective solution for motorhome air conditioning, with soft start and low power consumption starting and running on a 6A supply. The systems are available in cooling capacities of 2.5Kw and 3.5Kw having full remote control operation and can also be controlled via a smart phone app. The manufacturers have paid particular attention to lower noise levels at high fan speeds and  to prevent condensation forming on the interior of the units preventing those annoying drips onto your prized furnishings.  If required, they can also be used while driving with the use of a suitable DC kit also available from Conrad Anderson taking power from the vehicle alternator and auxiliary batteries.

Conrad Anderson as the UK importer are looking to setup a robust distribution network and provide after sales support to offer the expected high quality of technical advice and back-up expected from this long established and respected company.

Please call or email for more information. Come and see us on Stand 20.63a at the NCC Motorhome and Caravan show for a demonstration.

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