First, we had nothing. Then, we had swamp coolers. Then nothing again – until the early 1900s. The history of interior cooling has been a bleak a stifling one until the invention of the first electric AC unit in 1902.
Since then, AC, heating, and HVAC technology have reached bold new heights. Here at TMD Marine, we’ve been handling marine HVAC needs for more than a decade. When the sun’s out, keep cool on your boat with the latest marine air conditioner model from TMD Marine – the TD24V1.
What sets the TD24V1 from similar marine air conditioner models?
For one thing, the TD24V1 is a self-contained model. This marine air conditioning unit is built with a titanium condenser, based on a variable speed compressor.
The compressor is directly powered with 24 Volts DC, which is capable of 16,000 BTU/h when in cooling mode.
Eco-friendly designs are important to our clients, and the TD24V1 meets the criteria for an earth-friendly design that modern consumers will enjoy and feel good about using. The model uses a “green” refrigerant, R134A, that operates at a max pressure of 145 psi.
People onboard the vessel can rest assured that the model works safely while keeping the boat cool and comfortable during the peak of summer.
It’s no wonder that many people will adopt a “spare no expense” attitude when it comes to cooling their space. Excessive heat and humidity are incredibly uncomfortable, and for some, they can be dangerous. Balancing the cooling needs of the people on board with the energy savings priorities of owners is paramount.
Fortunately, the variable speed compressor in the TD24V1 can manage high capacity and satisfy the heat loads of the cabin when needed. When the cabin is in temperature, the model offers superior cooling while also providing energy-savings.
Power consumption won’t be an issue with this marine air conditioner. A minimum of 250 watts, with a max of 750 watts is all it will take. Translated to amps, that’s 11 to 30 amps used. The seawater condenser is made out of grade 2 titanium.
It won’t become corroded and is incredibly resistant to sea salt. 316L stainless steel completes the base and mainframe, also incredibly resistant to corrosion and salt.
During high temperature or high-pressure days, it’s vital that a marine air conditioner can endure these conditions without breaking. A superior microprocessor system in the TD24V1 protects the unit from damage and monitor faults.
It’s also easy to operate. A touch-screen interface allows boaters to control the system settings easily, and also offers troubleshooting interfaces that fully explain the root of any troubleshooting issues.
The TD24V1 is also technologically advanced while being user-friendly. A power-management algorithm is included to help boaters save energy when the unit is set to achieve max power consumption.
Efficient, customizable, and high-quality, it’s hard to go wrong with marine air conditioner TD24V1. Contact TMD Marine today to learn more about this unit so you can keep your cool when the sun’s out.