Summer just arrives, days are growing longer, and temperatures are beginning to rise, so like other professionals, it is time for truck drivers to prepare their trucks accordingly. It doesn’t take a rocket scientist to determine that a vehicle with a diesel engine is bad for the climate. Manufacturers are actively trying to limit emissions from engines with capacities ranging from 7 to 16 liters. They had a lot of success with the latest Euro 6 cars. However, even such trucks emit CO2, NOx, and other toxins. In the summer, though, stationary trucks are still a popular sight in parking lots.
A truck parking cooler is the best solution for this problem. It is a split A/C system that is perfect for trucks having high roof slopes. These coolers are available with a split evaporator and condenser unit. The evaporator and condenser of truck parking coolers are always fitted separately. The evaporator is often mounted on the inside of the truck cabin back wall, while the parking cooler’s condenser is mounted on the outside. These truck parking coolers are ideally capable of providing comfortable overnight rest and deep sleep in the truck cabin. These cooling systems work efficiently during loading and unloading operations and for compulsory stopping periods. These coolers are mainly used as standalone air conditioning for the NIGHTTIME, and DAYTIME cooling with the engine switched ON and OFF.
These coolers have a wide range of applications, and they can be used in:
- Heavy duty and light trucks
- Mobile workshops
- Construction machinery
Its condensing unit is aesthetically invisible and placed on the back of the cabin. This battery-powered electric A/C system assures silent, powerful, and comfortable rest in your vehicle, decreasing tiredness, reducing stress, and, consequently, risks of accidents on the roads. With a parking conditioner, the driver can relax in a comfortable cabin without having to turn on the ignition. Furthermore, the annual savings are substantial due to the reduction of excessive fuel emissions.