Quiet air conditioner

We have installed our Quiet Air Conditioner on almost all of our builds in the last few months. Clients have chosen this because it’s whisper quiet, 20% more efficient, and it’s an excellent design. It automatically raises the temperature a couple of degrees at night so when your metabolism goes down as you are sleeping, you don’t get cold. There is also a dehumidifier mode.

Air conditioner for motor home

Our Quiet Air Conditioner for Motor Home has excellent cooling and dehumidifying capability, even in demanding conditions like high outside temperatures and radiated sun.  The Quiet RV Air Conditioner is also better constructed with more compressor mount isolation; all metal, balanced fans; and an excellent design balance between compressor, evaporator, and condenser components. It is easy to operate, with modes that match widely varying comfort needs. This unit can be retrofitted to Class A, B, B+, and C motor homes, trailers, and 5th wheels including Airsteam, Roadtrek, Pleasureway, Hymer, Leisure Travel, Winnebago, Prevost and more.

SAVE 15% when you make a deposit and schedule your installation by April 30. Call Viki at 440-283-0405 ext. 159 to secure your Quiet Air Conditioner!

Learn more about Advanced RV here: www.Advanced-RV.com

10 replies
  1. Rick Young
    Rick Young says:

    This sounds great. The present air conditioners are very very noisy . What is the dB level ?
    What is the cost ? Who is the manufacturer? I presently own a Winnebago Fuse, and I am looking at a Travato.

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    • Janice Spicuzza
      Janice Spicuzza says:

      Thank you for your inquiry, Rick. We took a reading with the air conditioner running at full blast, and it was 53 decibels. This was 15 decibels lower than our previous air conditioner. You can see more of our testing in this video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Qk7Ol80x2K0. The cost is $2,749 installed. This unit is proprietary to Advanced RV.

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  2. Gereshom
    Gereshom says:

    Well done on your sourcing out a better and quieter A/C! You are always improving things.

    Well done!
    Gereshom

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    • Janice Spicuzza
      Janice Spicuzza says:

      Thank you for your question, Robin. I measured on an ARV and it sits 10 inches above the roofline at it’s highest point.

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  3. Pete herrick
    Pete herrick says:

    Hello, what are the dimensions of the unit ? Also, does it use the same entrance hole as the Coleman Mach 10. Thank you.

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  4. Erik
    Erik says:

    Hi Janice,
    I am unable to swing an ARV conversion but I will be starting a conversion as soon as my 4×4 Sprinter comes in. If I want to purchase Quiet AC through ARV for my conversion, would ARV give me all the info I would need for prewiring, etc., to enable an efficient installation process once I bring my van to ARV? I assume ARV would not be interested in just selling me the unit to hand over to my conversion guys. I would like to avoid, however, having a regular roof AC unit installed in a new build only to have it removed for the Quiet AC. Any info would be much appreciated. Thanks a lot!

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    • Janice Spicuzza
      Janice Spicuzza says:

      Hi Erik. Thank you for reaching out. We will provide all of the information you need for pre-wiring. Give us a call when you are ready. We look forward to working with you.

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