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Dometic Turbo Units (DTU) are direct replacements for all STQ, STX (Cruisair stowaway turbo) units.

The Turbo series completely revolutionized self-contained cooling and heating with the newest innovations in air conditioning system design.
Rust-free molded composite drain pan designed for quick removal of condensate water. Innovatively designed sloped channels route water rapidly to a choice of three easy to plumb drain locations. An advanced cushioning system results in quieter, virtually vibration-free operation. The enclosed blower motor eliminates overhang to provide easier installation. Additionally, the innovative mounting clips utilize vibration isolators. As shown in the photo, the optional molded compressor sound shield maximizes noise containment.

The centrifugal enclosed-motor, high-velocity blower can be rotated through 270° with one adjustment screw. The unit’s unique inlet ring is designed to optimize air flow and ensure that the height of the unit does not increase when the blower rotates.

The Turbo 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.

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DTU Turbo Spec's

Cruisair DX Condensing units  -  Marine Cooling & Heating Split Comfort Systems

Cruisair R series replace the older F series as a direct replacement. Call    for current Pricing.  Split systems, also known as central systems, are normally used on vessels in the 45 to 75 foot range. Cruisair split systems run more quietly than most and keep noise levels to a comfortable minimum. Our central system condensing units are available in a range of capacities from 6,000 to 60,000 BTUs.     

Cruisair remote systems provide the greatest flexibility for boats 36 feet and up. The condensing unit, which includes the compressor and other mechanical components, is placed in the engine room. Only the compact, quiet cooling/heating unit goes in the living compartment, where it is normally built into the cabinet work. Cruisair offers a broad range of cooing/heating units for installation behind bulkheads, under bunks, in narrow lockers, beneath a flybridge and other locations. You can run several cooling/heating units from a single remote condensing unit.

 SMXII and SMXIR controlers are used for Cruisair split systems.

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