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Dometic partners with Keystone to keep RVers cool

Dometic partners with Keystone to keep RVers cool

ELKHART, Ind. — Dometic is excited to team up with Keystone RV to provide RV shoppers a cool place to hang out at the Pomona RV at the Los Angeles Fairplex, October 5-14.

Keystone RV Company’s exclusive Omni Chill air conditioning system is the latest innovation from the technical partnership between Dometic and Keystone’s Key Performance brands, Raptor and Fuzion.

The Omni Chill is unlike any other air conditioning system on the market. It allows three Dometic A/Cs to run simultaneously, allowing the RV unit 35 percent more cooling power. Usually, RVs that have three A/C units can only run two of them at a time.

The Omni Chill consumes low energy and allows all three Dometic A/Cs to run at about 32 AMPs total, which leaves RVer’s with plenty of power for other appliances and devices.

“Being that Dometic is one of the most well recognized HVAC manufacturers in the industry we chose to partner with them and develop the Omni Chill system. I feel like we’ve had a great partnership, they’ve worked endlessly to co-develop the industry’s best A/C system for the Fuzion brand by not only supplying the A/C units but by running tests for placement of registers, duct work and the amount of vents,” says Jeremiah Dumka, Fuzion and Impact product manager.

He added, “The Chill Tent at the Pomona RV show takes our partnership to another level to showcase the industry’s best AC system, Omni Chill, which you can find in all Key Performance brands.”

Testing has shown that the Omni Chill can keep the temperature eight degrees cooler than a standard A/C unit in a fifth wheel toy hauler.

For more information on Dometic, please visit: http://www.dometic.com.

SOURCE: Dometic press release

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Ronnie Wendt is the editor in chief of RV Daily Report. She's been a writer/editor for more than 25 years, working in law enforcement, aviation, supply chain and now the RV industry. She's not a stranger to RVs, however. She grew up camping, and still camps as many weekends as she can every year.

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