Two approaches to provide perfect coolness at any demand:
Indel Webasto Marine provides you with two product ranges of high-quality cooling units:
The Compact thermostat-regulated refrigeration unit uses a
Danfoss compressor to cool an evaporator fitted in your
refrigerator or deep freezer box.
The Danfoss compressors are even more power efficient. Hermetically sealed, they operate
in a mixture of oil and refrigerant which contributes to extremely quiet running and very
little fatigue of material. All compressors used for Isotherm applications run on a threephase
electric system, just as all other high efficiency electric engines.
The three-phase current is created in a small microprocessor. In this ”computer” Indel
Webasto Marine has been able to programme a number of functions which check and
control many of the unit systems. This allows achieving the lowest possible power consumption.
The same compressor is used for both 12 V and 24 V systems, and the electronic unit
is able to protect itself from accidental reversal of the voltage polarity.
The intelligent refrigerator charges the holding plate while
the engine is running by means of the patented energy management
The ASU technology detects when a surplus of power is available, uses this power to freeze the cooling plate which consequently stores the cold for times, when no power is available for cooling purposes. A high-quality Danfoss compressor builts the core of the patented ASU ”Automatic Start Up” electronic control system. Together with the Isotherm holding plate they are an unbeatable combination.
How much power is needed?
This is the most frequently asked question of all. We can give exact power consumption figures for our range of refrigerators, freezers and boxes, as we know their size and quality of insulation. It is more difficult to quote a figure for self-installed refrigeration boxes as we do not know the exact size of the box, or even more important, the quality and thickness of the insulation material used. The power consumption figures given for a particular volume are therefore calculated for an insulation material of
medium quality and thickness. The average power consumption is given in watt/24 hours.
This video shows a basic overview of an installation