Drawer Refrigerator, 31 quarts (29 liters) Capacity, - Black

Dometic built-in drawer refrigerators for trucks offer generous cold storage in a robust and compact package.
  • Low-profile
    Less than 10"
  • AC operation
    Covered back
  • Easy-pull drawer
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    • Requires less than 10" of height for installation
    • Fully hermetic compressor with integrated control electronics
    • Easy-pull drawer on roller bearing slides
    • Unlock and open with a single movement
    • AC operation with covered back-plate
    • Temperature regulation with continuously variable thermostat
    • Handle with keyed lock

Convert empty nichies into practical cooling

The Dometic Coolmatic CD 30 drawer refrigerator turns any unused nook, such as the space under a seat, into a practical refrigerator. A convenient variable thermostat protects your contents from freezing, and the fully hermetic compressor is extremely energy efficient. This special unit was developed for counter depth fitting and the AC installation is protected by a rear cover


SKU number 9105330082 
Model CD30DC 
Model on label CD-30 
Scope of delivery 1 Cooler, 1 manual 
Product Description Drawer Refrigerator, 31 quarts (29 liters) Capacity, - Black 
Refrigeration technology Compressor 
Dimensions product depth 720 mm
Dimensions product height 240 mm
Dimensions product width 440 mm
Net weight 19.9 kg
Gross volume (EN 62552) 30 l
Storage volume - total (EN 62552) 30 l
Input voltage (DC) 12/24 V
Refrigerant, type R134a 
- Contains fluorinated greenhouse gases 
GWP 1430 
Refrigerant amount 40 g
CO2 equivalent 0.057 t
Hinge type Drawer 
Certificates ETL 
EAN-13 6951218405498 
Dimensions parcel depth 515 mm
Dimensions parcel height 340 mm
Dimensions parcel width 805 mm
Parcel weight 24 kg
WARNING This product can expose you to chemicals including arsenic, which is known to the State of California to cause cancer. For more information, go to
Product drawings
CD 30 Dimension Drawing
CD 30 Dimension Drawing