Which Air Conditioning? Especially Noise Wise? (1 Viewer)

Sep 16, 2013
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I want to have some form of air conditioning in our Vario.

The van is (well, will be) massively insulated, but as it will be RAF Blue Grey in colour, we will lose the natural heat reflection of a white van.

I don't really want a roof mounted solution, as I want as much solar as possible. So the options seem to be, either something like a Dometic Freshwell 3000 or something like a Eurom 2401. I know the Dometic is more powerful, but our van divides into rooms, so we could use the Eurom in the bedroom at night and move it to the living area in the day if needed.

Powering either is not an issue. What is an issue is how well each work and, importantly, how noisy each are (I want as quiet as possible so if I do use it on a site, it doesn't annoy others.

Any advice?

Thanks,
David
 
Jun 6, 2012
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I had the Truma Saphir on my previous motorhome and although worked perfectly when completely level, if the motorhome was not level then rather the moisture exiting under the motorhome it ended up soaking the double floor! Was not ideal at all, so bear that in mind.
 

Lenny HB

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I had the Truma Saphir on my previous motorhome and although worked perfectly when completely level, if the motorhome was not level then rather the moisture exiting under the motorhome it ended up soaking the double floor! Was not ideal at all, so bear that in mind.
Could that have been down to poor installation?

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Swifter

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We have the cool my camper ( Eurom) unit . It’s very good and great to have on a really hot day . On the quieter setting it not very loud at all .
 
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These require a lot of power. Aren't you going to have to be plugged in to use them? If so, why does solar matter?

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