Dometic Group, a global supplier of comfort and convenience products for the recreational vehicle, automotive, truck, marine and lodging industries, announced it will showcase the new Blizzard NXT rooftop climate control unit at the Elkhart County RV Open House, Sept. 21-23, in Elkhart, Ind.
“The Blizzard NXT is the best A/C and heat pump in the industry, providing RVs with high-capacity cooling and heating for year-round comfort,” said Dave Schutz, vice president of OEM sales and marketing, in a press release. “RVers will be delighted with the powerful air flow and head-turning design.”
The Blizzard NXT has been designed from the ground up with a more powerful motor and fan than previous models to provide industry-leading 350 CFM of airflow and advanced engineering that maximizes air flow around the evaporator coils for better and more efficient cooling performance. Expanded polypropylene (EPP foam) construction provides better insulation and also reduces weight and unwanted condensation. In this new internal design the use of heavy sheet metal is minimized to improve performance and eliminate noise issues.
The Blizzard NXT is sleek and aerodynamic, with a composite base pan and injection-molded shroud that are UV stable and rated for high impact. The rooftop unit has been stringently tested for durability in the most extreme environmental conditions.
With more capacity and higher air flow, the Blizzard NXT is ideal for QuietZone ducted-return applications and is available pre-configured for quick installation with modular connectors, reinforced steel mounting plates, and density-optimized gaskets and mounting blocks. Owners can also install the Blizzard NXT ducted directly into the RV with a return-air grille for single- or multiple-zone systems. It is compatible with Dometic Single Zone LCD or CCC II multi-zone thermostats, providing a perfect cooling solution for fifth wheels, travel trailers, and motor homes.
The Blizzard NXT comes in white/black or black/black with A/C and heat pump models available in capacities of 13,500 and 15,000 BTUs.
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