Dometic CoolMatic MH 07
Heater

This robust, compact warmer cabinet is made from stainless steel. A reliable fixed point +37 °C (±1 °C) makes it ideal for safely storing temperature sensitive products.
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Dometic CoolMatic MH 07
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    • Optimal distribution of air with additional fan integrated into rear wall
    • A reliable fixed point +37 °C (±1 °C) makes it ideal for transporting temperature sensitive products
    • Easily monitor the temperature on integrated digital display
    • 12 V DC
    • Certified according to DIN 75079
    • Robust – made from stainless steel
    • Compact design

Reliably warm

The Dometic CoolMatic MH 07 is a robust stainless steel warmer cabinet offering 7 l in capacity. Designed to maintain its temperature at a reliable fixed point of +37 °C (±1 °C) it is ideal for safely storing temperature sensitive products. However, the MH07 is more than reliable, it’s convenient and efficient too. The integrated fan on the back wall ensures optimum air circulation and the integrated digital display allows you to check the temperature with ease. Compact and certified according to DIN 75079: this is a warmer you can trust.

Specifications

SKU number 9105204551 
Model MH07 
Model on label MH-07 
Product Description Heater 
Dimensions product depth 246 mm
Dimensions product height 405 mm
Dimensions product width 278 mm
Net weight 4 kg
Gross volume (EN 62552) 7.00 l
Storage volume - total (EN 62552) 7.00 l
Fridge storage volume (EN 62552) 7.00 l
Freezer storage volume (EN 62552) 0.00 l
Input voltage (DC) 12 V
Rated input power (AC) 70 W
Rated input power (DC) 70 W
Noise (DIN60704-1 & 60704-2-14) 0.00 dB(A)
Color Silver 
Thermostat control No Thermostat 
Hinge type Right hinged 
Interior light Yes 
EAN-13 5999024860514 
Dimensions parcel depth 345 mm
Dimensions parcel height 465 mm
Dimensions parcel width 305 mm
Parcel weight 5 kg
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