Design and manufacture of generators and air conditioning, since 1975
Because a luxury craft demands superior on-board power and climate control, we continuously innovate to ensure the right solution for your craft.
- For your motorboat, we offer Coolmaxx, a range of compact, self-contained airconditioners with unique sound-reducing features, and Marriner fully watercooled, synchronous 3000 rpm generator sets with a proven track record. Unlike the asynchronous alternatives, Marriner sets require no hefty external capacitor boxes, and are designed specifically to provide for heavy inductive loads such as when starting up airconditioners. Our gensets and airconditioners are built and designed together at our specialist production facility in Germany.
- For your sailboat, we offer complete d.c. solutions. Built to work in harmony with your boat’s battery banks, we have designed the brand new HFL d.c. Charger, to provide the charge your batteries need. To complete your all-round comfort experience, we present Ocean Cool, our d.c. powered air conditioner.
- For your superyacht, we offer world-beating quality. Our 1500 rpm Ranger generator sets utilise Isuzu engines, renowned for their reliability. Together with this we offer Klima, a range of innovative, world-class chilled-water airconditioning systems – with the aim of total, all-round comfort and peace of mind.
- For your recreational vehicle, we offer Traveller generator sets and Coolmaxx Mobile Split airconditioning systems – applying our extensive of providing quality, compact, quiet solutions on board boats, to motor-homes, R.V.’s, display vehicles and cabins.
Contact us now for free advice on your next installation. We have over 36 years of experience in supplying complete packages to customers, matching the correct components and giving customers a full service from design stages right through to completion and after-sales service.
Our extensive connections enable us to provide you with a worldwide service support backup, from contacts established over the years.