ITS Distributing, Ontario distributor for the Indel B Sleeping Well 12V air conditioning system, has combined with Webasto to bring heat to the party.
The Sleeping Well is made in Italy by Indel B, a long established truck refrigeration specialist in Europe. It’s designed for trucks operating in the hot and humid Mediterranean climate so this compact A/C system is said to be capable of cooling most North American sleepers. Its simple modular design results in relatively easy installation – 8 hours by a trained technician — and no maintenance requirements, says ITS.
The new Sleeping Well PLUS option adds a Webasto Air Top bunk heater, offering year-round driver comfort without idling the truck engine. With up to 3250 btu/hr of cooling and 7000 btu/hr heating capacity, it maintains cabin temperature for up to 10 hours in all weather conditions. You can also add a larger Webasto AT3500-ST air heater rated at 12,000 btu/hr.
The system uses its own dedicated auxiliary deep-cycle batteries and is totally independent of the main truck batteries. An intelligent battery separator charges the main truck batteries before the auxiliary batteries, ensuring trouble-free starting. It comes with 2 or 4 deep-cycle batteries, outside-rear-wall-mounted condenser, inside-rear-wall-mounted evaporator with remote control, control box, Webasto AT2000-ST bunk heater, intelligent battery separator, and complete battery wiring set.
Cost is C$5995 for the premium system, C$5382 for standard.
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