Similar to the CoolMatic Series 50 Compresser/Condensers, but designed for larger boxes and use in warmer waters. The Danfoss BD35F is tuned for higher efficiency and is available in three sizes to match your installation needs.
CU-86 CoolMatic Series 80 Compresser/Condenser
- Dimensions: 9"H x 8-5/8"W x 7"D
- Capacity: 8.8 cu.ft. normal cooling, 2.5 cu. ft. deep freezing
- Features: Danfoss BD35F compressor. Low-voltage protection and cutoff. Brushless DC fan
- Voltage Compatibility: 12/24V DC Draw 3.75-5A @ 12V DC
- Plumbing Connections: Self-sealing valve couplings
- Electrical Connections: 6 amp 12V or 24V. Wire needs to be sized for length of run.
- Warranty: One year
Four evaporator styles to suit your available space:
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- Energy Efficient
- Holds Temperature Well
- It Keeps Food Cold
- Small footprint
- Required Acdc Converter
- Sailboat Coldbox
Comments about CU 86 CoolMatic Series 80 Compresser/Condenser:
To compensate for my 1974 sailboat's lack of insulation, I purchased the Waco Coolmatic 86 Compressor/Condenser and the standard Waco VD-05 Evaporating Plate together they can cool much more volume than my 2.25 cubic feet Cold Box. It works great the beer is cold, milk does not sour and meat is safe to eat. My installation draws about 5.0 amps but only runs half the time. Light weight vertical design with built in fan to circulate air is a smart engineering. One day DYI installation, I used 12 gage duplex wire vs. 10 gage to compensate for the heat and humidity on the Chesapeake Bay. I also purchased the Waeco Mobitronic AC/DC converter. Just came back from a three day weekend on the hook and never thought about ice.
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