Rooftop A/C

Aero, add-ons, chrome | March 15, 2013

Dometic-Commercial-Grade-Rooftop-Air-ConditionerDometic’s commercial-grade rooftop air conditioner for trucks is designed to overcome harsh and unusual road and weather conditions.

The lightweight device weighs 91 pounds and features a top plate made of .04-inch galvanized steel and a thick powder-coated base pan.

Vibration is controlled by strong L brackets that tie the motor, compressor and evaporator together, along with long copper lines and dual rubber bushings at the top and bottom of the unit that also control noise.

For more information, go to www.dometic.com/truck.

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