The CTM Marine Split-System air conditioner consists of two separate units. A condensing unit (CX), an evaporator unit (EV) and a refrigerant gas circulating through both. The CX unit includes a compressor and a condenser coil, while the EV unit consists of a blower fan and an evaporator coil.
For easier installation in tight places.
Titanium Condenser Coil
For longer coil lifespan.
Stainless Steel Frame Base
No rust worries on CTM Marine air conditioner units.
Reusable Air Filter
Circulate clean air with the reusable air filter. Remove, wash down and put it back.
Digital Touch Control
The CT is compatible with the CTM Touch display - a 2.5" Color Display with the latest technology in the industry, including numerous programmable parameters, operational features, and much more.
No loud compressor noises thanks to the vibration isolation bases on under the compressor.
High Efficiency Blower (Rotatable <270º)
Rotatable blowers for best air flow performance.
Rugged electrical box with fire retardant cover.
Cool down or warm up. Reversing valves come standard on every CT marine air conditioner unit.
Retrofits have never been so easy. All CTM Marine air conditioner units are compatible with most thermostats and systems already installed in your boat.
With the Smart Touch Display/Thermostat, you can control your CTM Marine air conditioner unit from your smart device.
SMART TECHNOLOGY TO MANAGE COMPRESSOR STARTUP
CTM Marine air conditioners are compatible with Micro-air EasyStart soft starters. Reduce your current by 75% and have peace of mind with continuous runtime diagnostics monitoring for stalls, overcurrent, miswirings, short-cycles, and more.
- Start your air conditioner without buying a second or bigger generator or inverter.
- Run 2 air conditioners on a 30-amp cord.
- Sleep with less noise and cool all through the night.
- Run your air conditioner with more appliances at the same time.
COMPATIBLE WITH MOST THERMOSTATS
RETROFITTING HAS NEVER BEEN SO EASY
CTM Marine split-system air conditioners can replace most split-system units in the market right now. Including Dometic, Cruisair, and Marine Air.