Aircraft Electric Air Conditioning, Evade

THERMACOOL is an All Electric air conditioning system initially designed for the Cessna 172 and 182 series aircraft. The heart of the system is a trouble-free hermetically-sealed brushless DC motor/compressor that is powered by either the aircraft electrical system, or, a 28volt DC ground power cart. When ground pre-cooling, the system provides a 20 degree cabin temperature drop in just 5 minutes at the touch of a button. When connected to ground power, a cowl mounted piezo-electric switch activates the system without ever opening the cabin door. Your lineman can do it for you.

FAA/STC CERTIFIED FOR THE CESSNA 182S, 182T & TURBO 182T

  • GROUND COOLING at the touch of a button
    (with plug in)
  • 20º TEMP DROP in five minutes
  • NO TAKE-OFF or IN-FLIGHT RESTRICTIONS
  • DIGITAL TEMP DISPLAY - Set it and forget it
  • LESS THAN 45 amps - at peak load;
    33 amps normal run
  • ONLY 49 POUNDS - Installed
  • OPTIONAL DUAL ALTERNATOR
    (Back-up Electrical System)

Vent DUCTED THROUGH HEADLINER
providing 12,000 BTU's of cool air
throughout the cabin. Overhead air
distribution allows unobstructed use
of the cabin floor.
Dual Alternators
OPTIONAL DUAL ALTERNATOR
Offers complete Electrical System BACK-UP
and Capacity for additional equipment.
   
Digital Controller

DIGITAL TEMPERATURE CONTROLLER
is easy to use… just set the desired temperature
and forget it…. The panel mounted controller also
fits a standard avionics stack if you have room.

AIR FLOW CIRCULATION
Comfort is maintained with a variable fan control
offering 5 settings from 0 – 550 CFM.

GENERAL SPECIFICATIONS – Cessna 182 series:
• Cooling: 12,000 BTU’s
• Airflow: 0 – 550 CFM
• Current: 45 peaks amps / 33 normal run
• Weight: 49 pounds, installed

For more THERMACOOL information please visit our: FAQ

AC installation
INSTALLATION is behind the aft baggage compartment and does not interfere with the G1000 installation. The C.G. moves aft only 1 inch.

AC Inlet
COMPRESSOR/CONDENSER
Inlet and outlet are located on the side of the fuselage, precluding exhaust ingestion.