Marine Air Conditioning
Our premier product line - air conditioning - can cool cabins on marine vessels ranging from the smallest cabin cruiser to a 75' sailing yacht.
Pay attention to our compact dimensions and our FIVE YEAR FACTORY WARRANTY program! We look forward to having you on board as a Mermaid customer!
AS MOST OF YOU HAVE HEARD - R-22 IS BEING PHASED OUT. NO WORRIES HERE! WE HAVE THE SOLUTION! MERMAID MFG. IS NOW A "GO GREEN" COMPANY BY UTILIZING NON-OZONE DEPLETING REFRIGERANTS LIKE R410A, R407C, R134A, AND NU-22D. QUESTION? FEEL FREE TO ASK!
Smallest footprint on the market and weighs in at 31.5 lbs. for the unit, and 4.7 lbs for the electrical box! This unit has a rotatable blower and tapers down to a "V" shape for those odd angle discharge installations. We use 4" ducting and recommend a minimum of 2, 4" round supply grills with this installation.
This unit is available in right, left or top air discharge configurations, and is now available as a cool reverse cycle heat unit., We use 4" ducting and recommend a minimum of 2, 4" round supply grills with this installation.
This unit, the smallest 9,000 BTU on the market. It is almost the same size as the Mermaid M6 unit. In order to keep the smallest footprint on the market, we utilize the same stainless steel base as the Model M6 - 6500 BTU unit.
This unit is available in Right, Left, or Top air discharge configurations. It is available as a "Cool Only," Cool/Electric Heat," or "Cool/Reverse Cycle Heat." This unit produces 12,000 BTU's in cool mode, only 5,640 BTU's in electric heat mode and 14,000 BTU's in reverse cycle heat mode.
This is our work horse unit! The Mermaid Model M-16 - 16,500 BTU system produces phenomenal climate control to vessels ranging from 38-45 feet. Manufactured on high grade 304-18 gauge stainless steel, this unit was engineered with your comfort in mind.
Newest to the Mermaid Manufacturing line is the M24 - 24,000 BTU Cool Only and Cool/Reverse Cycle model marine air conditioners. Due to our customers demands, the M24 was created to solve the problem of locating a self-contained unit where performance, price, and efficiency were hard to find with an output larger than 16,500 BTU's.