Starting in 2017, Cruisair and Marine Air are now sold under the brand name Dometic.
Marine Air began building air conditioning systems for boats in 1977. Acquired by Dometic from Taylor Made Corporation in 2003, Marine Air is an important part of the Dometic brand portfolio.
Marine Air Systems History.
Marine Air Systems originated in the garage of Mason Heydt.
Marine Air Systems became an affiliate of N.A. Taylor in 1977.
This partnership gave MAS access to enormous resources for product research and development.
As a result of this partnership, in the early 80's the company revolutionized the industry with a self-contained ductable unit which became the cornerstone for the company and still represents over 65% of today's business. MAS also acquired Grunert Refrigeration at this time, expanding MAS into the refrigeration market.
Dometic Turbo DTU Marine Air Conditioner - Replacement for Marine Air Systems VCD, VCP, VRP, VHE, VHT, VRX units.
The Dometic Turbo DTU Self Contained Marine Air Conditioner completely revolutionized cooling and heating with the newest innovations in air conditioning system design.
The rust-free molded composite drain pan has three drains for the rapid removal of condensate water.
An advanced cushioning system results in quieter, virtually vibration-free operation.
Dometic Turbo DTU Marine Air Conditioners are direct replacements for VTD Dometic Marine air - Marine Air vector turbo units.
The Dometic Turbo DTU series was recently re-engineered to harness and maximize the impressive performance of R-410A Refrigerant.
R-410A is proven, reliable, and complies with all EPA standards and is accepted world wide.
The Dometic CSD condensing unit provides heating and cooling for boats in a highly efficient package.
The hermetically sealed, high-efficiency compressor reduces amp draw while pressure switches, thermal-overload, and start components provide constant system protection and proper operation.
In addition, the expansion device and check-valve assemblies control load balancing during operation.
The copper-encased cupronickel condenser coils are highly resistant to corrosion caused by continuous seawater flow.
The symmetrical base design provides optimum space efficiency and installation flexibility for easy handling and positioning of the unit.
A built-in hose barb aids in complete condensate removal from the drain pan.
Two sets of vibration isolators ensure quiet operation.
The electrical box can be mounted remotely.
It has a moisture-resistant design with a corrosion-resistant enclosure.