Dometic Cooling Units For RVs and Lodging

For years Dometic has been developing its business strategy to serve niche sectors such as RV and lodging. These markets are characterized by low differentiation and high competition.

Despite the intense competition in this sector Dometic tries to offer a wide product range, which is at the same time very competitive on every single product. This is how they manage to hold a very good market share in Europe and the world.


The evaporator is the part of your air conditioning system that removes heat from the air blowing over it. It uses a refrigerant that runs through copper tubing to absorb the heat.

The refrigerant changes from a gas to a liquid under high pressure and then back again, and this process is repeated many times over the coils of the evaporator. The air passing over the coils is cooled as it picks up heat from the liquid refrigerant that evaporates, and this cooling causes the temperature of the air to drop.

There are two types of evaporator: direct expansion and plate evaporators. The refrigerant enters the evaporator through a tiny orifice and passes through the evaporator coil.

The evaporator coils have fins on them that move air across the coil. The fins are spaced apart in coils that have to transfer the most heat to the air and closer together on other coils. This is to make sure that there is a good amount of air flowing over each coil and not too much frost buildup.


A condenser is a part of an AC system that helps keep the air in your home or RV cool. This component works in tandem with the compressor and evaporator to pull heat out of the air, transforming it into a liquid refrigerant.

There are three main types of condensers. They are barometric, surface and indirect.

The barometric type is most common in residential and commercial applications, while the surface and indirect condensers are more often found in industrial systems. These are shell-and-tube or shell-and-coil condensers, and they feature finned water tubes to help with heat transfer.

The coil is a crucial component of the condenser and needs to stay as clean as possible in order to get maximum heat transfer from air passing across it. Dirty coils can affect the efficiency of a condenser, which could cause it to lose function or fail completely.


The compressor is the heart of any dometic cooling units It provides the cooling power to keep the food and drinks cool. It can be used in the same way as a conventional refrigerator, or it can be connected to a portable battery for off-the-grid use.

The SPX 1200C compressor unit is the core component of our new generation split parking coolers, and it can be paired with a roof top evaporator or an evaporator installed on the inside of your cabin’s rear wall. It features advanced inverter compressor technology and gives genuine 1200 W of cooling power, so you can enjoy two hours of uninterrupted cooling!

These high-functioning units can be powered by solar panels or AC house power. They are ideal for camping and road trips, where they can be used for extended periods of time. They are also available with lithium batteries for off-the-grid operation. These portable lithium batteries can be recharged using a solar panel, and they can give you up to 40 hours of reliable cooling and freezing temperatures on a single charge.


The fan and its accompanying gizmo are the brains behind your RV’s cooling system. The fan whizzes about at high speeds and is an essential component of your unit’s performance, delivering the goods with oomph and aplomb. The fan’s main purpose is to keep your occupants cool in the summer or warm in the winter. Keeping the temperature a constant is of the utmost importance to your comfort and safety. Luckily for you, Dometic has an extensive line of products to fit your needs.

Depending on your budget, you can choose from a variety of fan styles and sizes. While you’re at it, you might as well pick up a good quality remote control. The best part? Your occupants will be grateful! A remote control air conditioner can be a great way to keep your RV cool without the need for a generator. Choosing the right one for your needs will help ensure you enjoy years of worry-free comfort on the road.

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