ELKHART, Ind. – Truma North America will be showing off its newest product at Tampa’s Florida RV SuperShow, according to a company release. The Truma Aventa gives RV manufacturers a new high-performance, high-efficiency option, and is the company’s first rooftop air conditioner exclusively for the North American market.
“In our research, we found that the same air conditioners are being used on every RV – from entry-level to luxury models. Our goal was to create an air conditioner that brings premium comfort and efficiency and enhances the overall experience for the end-user,“ said Truma North America Business Development Manager, Nick Dunning.
The Aventa was designed to achieve faster, more energy-efficient cooling. Truma has identified the “Comfort Zone“ as the ideal balance between temperature and relative humidity inside the RV. In head-to-head testing, the Aventa reached the Comfort Zone in just two hours by reducing humidity while it cooled. The competitor unit was unable to achieve the desired temperature and humidity within the six-hour testing time.
By reducing humidity as well as temperature, the Aventa is able to maintain desired interior temperatures using lower fan speed. This, in turn, reduces the interior and exterior noise associated with traditional rooftop air conditioners. RV owners can relax in their cooled RV and still comfortably have conversations or watch a movie without straining to hear. The ultra-quiet Aventa will not disrupt your campsite tranquility or disturb your campground neighbors.
Truma developed the Aventa to require low energy consumption. This allows RV owners to keep their rig comfortably cool without a large current draw. The system was also designed to be efficient enough to work with Lithium-ion systems, which are becoming more popular among RV owners looking to camp off-the-grid.
Learn more at www.truma.net/air-conditioning-systems/truma-aventa
By: RVBusinessPublished on: Jan 6, 2022
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