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Aircraft Climate Impact - Dual Portable Aircraft Air Conditioner

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Overview

Aircraft Climate Dual is a portable aircraft air conditioner designed to combat the most formidable aviation environments. It is ideal for pilots who desire unparalleled cooling capabilities and comfort.

This portable aircraft air conditioner works by circulating ice water through twin high-efficiency heat exchangers, and is enclosed in a vacuum-sealed YETI cooler.

Air is drawn over the heat exchangers, cooled, and expelled via two Italian-made fans used by CAT and other industrial companies for intense air conditioning performance.

The vacuum-sealed YETI cooler ensures Aircraft Climate Dual operates at high thermal efficiency (maximizing cooling endurance) while also enabling pilots to leave ice in the unit for 24+ hours when not in use.

Aircraft Climate Dual is proudly in service by the USAF.

Features

  • Manufactured in St. Louis, Missouri.
  • Durable, vacuum-sealed YETI enclosure.
  • German-made water pump.
  • Heat exchangers remove humidity from air.
  • Ideal for large single-engine piston aircraft, twins, and turboprops

Specifications

  • Electrical: 12V. Max current draw 8A.
  • Dimensions: Cooler (H 15.75 x L 21.5 x W 16.2 inches), Spouts (4-inch diameter, height adjustable)
  • Empty Weight: 30lbs (holds up to 30lbs of ice)
  • Warranty: 1 Year
  • Optional battery lasts 3.5 hours on “high” setting.

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