The Brisk II puts it all together for an all-new, best-in-class RV air conditioner, starting with 15% increased air flow and improved cooling capacity. The unit also has a smaller carbon footprinbt, tighter specification allowances, and improved materials create energy efficiencies that reduces operating costs and environmental footprint while improving fit and finish - we call it smart design!
In 2011, NASA was on the lookout for an air conditioning system to install in their lunar electric rover. They decided they needed expert help and consulted numerous suppliers. Finally, after a rigorous selection process, the space agency chose Dometic. “We’ve had a lot of firsts over the years, but this custom job presented special challenges for our engineers,” said a spokesperson for Dometic. After extensive trials in Arizona, where the system had to keep scientists and their equipment cool and dry, our technology is now ready for extra-terrestrial duty.
Dometic's commercial grade rooftop air conditioners are performance-tested to overcome harsh or unusual road and weather conditions. Many standard units break down after just four hours of extreme vibration testing, while the Brisk II is still going strong at 30 hours and more! The galvanized steel top plate provides lasting strength while long copper lines minimize vibration and, therefore, noise too. While being one of the toughest air conditioners around, its 410A refrigerant is kinder to the environment. Robust, lightweight and capable of performing in any environment! It won't let you down.
The all-new Brisk II Evolution improves upon the Brisk II platform to reduce noise, increase airflow and improve performance. A custom designed blower wheel and redesigned evaporator coil provide better airflow and cooling. This reliable platform uses EPP foam to make the air conditioner lighter, better insulated and aerodynamic, while adding structural integrity and reducing noise and vibration. This unit is not only the smallest RV rooftop air conditioner available but also has a small carbon footprint, tighter specification allowances and improved materials that create energy efficiencies and reduce its environmental impact.