New product release: NFRTN2-135HP Rooftop A/C for caravan
First of all, we should know that the air-conditioning in the RV is divided into driving air-conditioning and parking air-conditioning. The on-vehicle air conditioner is the air conditioner that comes with the original car's engine when it starts, and it is the air conditioner used during the driving of the vehicle. The parking air conditioner is an on-board air conditioner used for parking. Generally installed on the top of the vehicle, the outer machine is outside the vehicle, and the inner machine is on the top of the vehicle. The air conditioner on the roof of the parking garage increases the height of the RV by 20-30cm. There are also individual manufacturers of parking air conditioners that are installed under the seats, because they do not need to change the appearance, so they are more suitable for personal modification friends.
Today I would like to recommend a top-mounted air conditioner from our company：
NFRTN2-135HP Rooftop A/C for caravan
|Upper Unit Sizes (L*W*H)||1054*736*253 mm|
|Rated Cooling Capacity||12000BTU|
|Rated Heat Pump Capacity||12500BTU (but 115V/60Hz version has no HP)|
|Power Supply||220-240V/50Hz, 220V/60Hz, 115V/60Hz|
|Compressor||horizontal type, Gree or others|
|Dual motors + dual fans system|
|PP Plastic Injection cover, metal base|
|Inner frame material||EPP|
Household split or window air conditioners are much cheaper than professional RV air conditioners, why not choose home air conditioners? This is a question questioned by many RV friends. However, it is not recommended to install it in a RV, because the premise of the design of household air conditioners is fixed, and the vehicle is moving, bumpy, and the seismic resistance level of the household air conditioner design does not meet the requirements of vehicle driving. Under long-term use, the air conditioner Components will loosen and deform during the driving of the vehicle, causing hidden dangers to the safety of users. Therefore, it is not recommended to use household air conditioners in RVs.