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. After extensive trials in Arizona, where the system had to keep scientists and their equipment cool and dry in extreme heat and high-dust levels, Dometic's technology was approved for extra-terrestrial duty. Thanks to our talented engineers and their hard work and dedication in developing innovative solutions to meet NASA’s rigorous technical specifications and safety requirements for this unusual test vehicle, Dometic.
One of the smallest air conditioner units available for caravans and motorhomes of up to 5 m in length (can be used in larger vehicles as a duo), the ultra-compact Dometic FreshJet 1100 leaves enough roof space for solar panels, a satellite dish or even a second FreshJet if you need separate air conditioned areas. Its very low starting current ensures that the unit runs smoothly even on campsites with low electrical protection. Efficiently distributing air in two directions, ensuring on-board comfort.