Dometic Marine signs deal with Trinity Yachts

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Dometic Marine signed an agreement with Trinity Yachts LLC to provide the high-capacity Dometic STS900 chiller for Trinity’s TO62 vessel, a 194-foot superyacht.

The new STS900 is a chiller for yachts as large as 200 feet, providing 75 tons of cooling capacity and 75 kilowatts of heat.

It adjusts to extreme seawater temperatures, regulates water flow through the system and reduces stress on the boat generator, according to the company.

Dometic engineers worked closely with Trinity Yachts to design the chiller to the company’s specifications. The chiller comes with a touch-screen display that is customizable to Trinity Yachts. It offers remote connectivity, with access from smartphones, tablets and computers. Technicians can use the remote connectivity to control, diagnose and troubleshoot the chiller.

“The STS900 is an ideal system for our superyacht customers who voyage to extremely hot climates, as well as to cooler temperatures. It offers a high level of visibility and control, with a design that will maximize operation and minimize maintenance,” Trinity vice president of sales and marketing Billy S. Smith III said in a statement. “We are delighted to be addressing our clients’ needs not only with this chiller implementation, but also with Dometic’s extended product line of HVAC and Livos engine ventilation equipment.”

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