Webasto launches V 77T chiller at TheYachtMarket.com Southampton Boat Show as part of BlueCool V-series

Air chilling just got cool: Webasto launches V 77T chiller at TheYachtMarket.com Southampton Boat Show as part of BlueCool V-series

Webasto is expanding its range of BlueCool chilling units with the inclusion of the V 77T. This high-performance chiller (air-conditioning unit) features an intelligent, variable speed compressor controller and offers high performance and reliability, even under warm seawater conditions.

The V 77T chiller is light, compact, and silent when operating. Its variable speed compressors are controlled with inverter technology during the starting phase and continuously throughout operation. This means there is no electrical starting peak. Due to its self-adapting control logic, the V 77T operates smoothly in all climates and at all frequencies. If higher cooling capacities are required multiple units can be connected in parallel and used together.

The cooling capacity of the V 77T is 77,000 BTU/h, which means that larger boats can also be fitted with V series units. Furthermore, it is extremely efficient, and its amperage draw can be manually limited if necessary.

Like all other BlueCool air-conditioning units, the V 77T can also be intuitively controlled via the touch-screen panel. They can also be connected to the Webasto BlueCool Expert diagnosis and set up tool.

The Webasto team will be available on stand J368 at TheYachtMarket.com Southampton Boat Show to present products from its innovative range of solutions for onboard comfort from refrigeration, to heating and cooling. The YachtMarket.com Southampton Boat Show takes place from 14th September to 23rd September 2018.

For more information on Webasto visit https://www.webasto.co.uk

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