Aer conditionat WEBASTO
Webasto Blue Cool ClassicThis compact air-conditioner offers a fast, simple, pleasant, and cost-efficient comfortable climate on your boat or yacht. Cool relaxation - to suit your needs. Webasto Blue Cool Classic air-conditioners range from models with 5,000 BTU / 1465 watt output, to 30,000 BTU / 8790 watt output. These models can be easily retrofitted by Boatcraft, and are ideal for vessels with one to three cabins. Advantages of a Webasto Blue Cool Classic air conditioning system are; • Ease of installation due to pre-filled cooling circuit and prefabricated wiring harness. • Dehumidification of cabins. • Seawater resistant materials and environmentally friendly refrigerant. • Simple to use, service friendly and low on maintenance. • Optional heating by reversing flow in circuit (with water temp. over 10 degrees). Boatcraft are Webasto's main dealers for Scotland and Cumbria, and our staff are fully trained to fit the Webasto range. There are 10 different models in this range of marine air conditioners - for professional advice on getting the most from your budget, call Boatcraft on 01294 603 047.
Webasto's Blue Cool control units let you choose between two operating modes: fully automatic mode in which the interior temperature is monitored and the Webasto air conditioning system cools your cabin automatically as soon as the programmed temperature is overshot; or semi-automatic mode, in which you control the fan output so that you can, for instance, reduce the airflow at night for a more peaceful sleep.This unit controls the air-conditioner (and Air Handler depending on the model). Set the desired room temperature and the Webasto air-conditioners cool automatically.
- Compact, affordable, efficient.
- BlueCool Classic installation example
The installation of a BlueCool Classic yacht air conditioning system is very simple: Each cabin has its own inde-pendent unit supplying that cabin with cool air.It is monitored by the AirControl unit located in the cabin. Waste heat from the compressor is discharged through the seawater circuit.