Cool Addition

Daniello, Vincent
July 2012
Power & Motoryacht;Jul2012, Vol. 28 Issue 7, p67
The article offers information on the installation of a Marine Air Vector Turbo on a 35-foot Contendet to cool the area. It mentions that air-conditioning systems that contain all electronics within a single remote-mounted electrical box allows flexible placement of air-conditioner units. Moreover, Rich Meister of Gulfstream Marine Air can diagnose all problems from the circuit board in the box.


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