Optimum utilation of space
Interior Space is in Short supply onboard a motorhome or caravan. Therefore, it's important to make the most of what's available. The interior design of the Coolmatic MDC refrigerators is a good example of how this can be done. Its optimum utilisation of space in height, width and depth, the spacious freezer compartments, the vertical space for 1.5 litre bottles as well as the absence of unnecessary decorative elements illustrate the well thought out design.
Details All interior shelves are adjustable in height and have a retaining bar at the front edge. A special fixing device makes sure that they stay firmly in place in all situations. Fold up sections in the shelves provide additional room for large bottles or bulky items.
A big advantage with the CoolMatic MDC series: there is no need to install
a gas supply, and no need to drill holes in the body of your motorhome or
caravan. An air intake/outlet is unnecessary either, provided you ensure adequate
ventilation elsewhere. When installing your MDC refrigerator, you should always
leave a small gap between it and the wall (fig 1) in the example given in
Fig 2, air intake is ensured by the gap between the fridge bottom and the
floor. Air outlet is via the shutter at the top rear of the refrigerator.
Of course you can also install your refrigerator at eye level. In that case
there should be enough space for air intake between the floor and the wall.
Air outlet is via the shutter at the refrigerator front (fig 3). Another example
of how to provide optimum ventilation is shown in Fig 4: air intake and outlet
is through two shutters, at the top and bottom of the refrigerator front.