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Dometic ACX35 Combicool EGP 3 -way portable fridge

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The Dometic ACX35 EGP excels with a chic aluminium cabinet, 31 litre capacity making it ideal for any occasion....

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The Dometic ACX35 EGP excels with a chic aluminium cabinet, 31 litre capacity making it ideal for any occasion.

You’ve found a dream place to stay but there’s no way to get there with the vehicle and no mains hook-up either ... Don’t worry, CombiCool ACX absorption coolers from Dometic give you maximum freedom in choosing your picnic site. They run on 12 volts in the vehicle and on 230 volts at home or at a campsite. In the great outdoors you simply switch over to gas mode. This provides cooling up to 30 °C below the ambient temperature. As this is part of the ACX family it has the elegant aluminium housing with the distinctive lid.

It is also very versatile and can be used with three energy options. Whether 12 volts, 230 volts or gas, the food and beverages inside stay nicely cool wherever they are – at the barbecue party, the pool or lakeside, or on the go in a car, caravan or motorhome. Dometic absorption coolers are fully-fledged portable fridges, which can be used simply everywhere with their three energy modes.

And the "inner riches" are just right, too: the CombiCool ACX35 offers a cooling performance up to 30°C below the ambient temperature.

A dazzling performance by the first absorption cooler with an aluminium housing!

Thanks to optimised absorption technology it provides excellent cooling performances up to 30°C below ambient temperature and is completely silent. ACX35 EGP has a capacity of 31 litres and a perfect interior design which allows you to cool up to eight 2-litre bottles. It features recessed side grips to make the unit comfortable to transport.

THIS COOLBOX USES ABSORPTION TECHNOLOGY

What is the difference between the cooling technologies?


ABSORPTION COOLING

Details of distinguishing features:

  • Gas-powered cooling independent of electricity
  • Three way cooling – Gas, 12 volts DC or 230 volts AC
  • Silent operation
  • Cooling performance depending on the ambient temperature
The Technical Bit

A concentrated ammonia solution is heated in a boiler and expelled as vapour. The pressurised ammonia gas is then liquefied in a condenser. Supplied with hydrogen, it evaporates and in the process extracts heat from the storage container. The ammonia gas then enters the absorber where it is reabsorbed in a weak solution of ammonia. Finally, the saturated solution flows back to the boiler where the whole cycle starts again.


THERMOELECTRIC TECHNOLOGY

Details of distinguishing features:

  • 12 / 24 / 230 Volt
  • Independent of inclination
  • Lightweight and low-cost
  • Cooling performance depending on the ambient temperature

The Technical Bit

The thermoelectric principle was discovered by J. C. A. Peltier, which is why the temperature generating parts of thermoelectric systems are referred to as Peltier elements. Thermoelectrics are based on the fact that cold or heat energy (depending on the polarity) is generated when a DC current is conducted between different types of metal. The heating or cooling capacity is further enhanced by heat exchangers and air fans. Ideal for low and medium cooling volumes.


COMPRESSOR TECHNOLOGY

Details of distinguishing features:

  • Excellent cooling performance even at extreme ambient temperatures
  • Refrigeration and deep-freezing
  • 12 / 24 / 100 – 240 volts
  • Low power consumption – suitable for solar operation
  • Battery protection
  • Quiet operation with little vibration
  • Independent of inclination

The Technical Bit

Compressor units operate using a refrigerant that changes from liquid to gaseous state in the evaporator. The evaporation extracts heat from the interior of the cooling unit – the temperature drops. The compressor draws in the refrigerant, compresses it and passes it on to the condenser. Here, the absorbed heat is released to the atmosphere. The refrigerant liquefies again and flows to the evaporator, where the cycle begins again.



Features at a Glance


  • Cooling up to 30 °C below ambient temperature
  • Piezo ignition
  • Thermostat regulation in 30-volt mode
  • 3-stage flame regulation in gas mode
  • Vertical space for 1.5- and 2-litre bottles
  • Recessed grips
  • Sturdy cabinet
  • Ice cube tray
  • Colour: aluminium finish/black
  • Total volume (l) : 31
  • Weight (kg) : 14
  • Dimensions (HxWxD) (mm) : 440 x 500 x 443 mm
  • Cable length (m) : 1.5 (100V)
  • Max input gas (g/h) : 50 mbar: 12.3 / 30 mbar: 11.7
  • Max input 12 V (W) : 75
  • Max input 230 V (W) : 75

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