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Dometic Aircommand

Dometic Aircommand air conditioners have been designed for Australian caravan and RV industry to meet the notoriously harsh conditions. Buying a Dometic Aircommand air conditioner guarantees you a high quality, reliable and high-performance unit from the best in the business. 

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Dometic Aircommand was formed in 2015 when two of the biggest suppliers of RV air-conditioners in Australia merged. Aircommand and Dometic were the largest and second largest suppliers of RV air-conditioning systems in Australia, meaning the new company is a force to reckoned with.

Why Dometic Aircommand?

To say that Dometic Aircommand knows air conditioners is an understatement. Buying a Dometic Aircommand air conditioner guarantees you a high quality, reliable and high-performance unit from the best in the business. 

In case you needed more proof of their expertise, in 2011, NASA was on the lookout for an air conditioning system to install in a lunar electric rover. They chose Dometic for expert help.

Dometic Aircommand air conditioners have been designed for Australian caravan and RV industry to meet notoriously harsh conditions. Expect features such as low-profile and ultra-thin designs, remote control operation, exceptionally quiet cooling and easy installation.

Top selling Dometic Aircommand air conditioners include the Dometic Ibis MK 4, Aircommand MK 3, Aircommand Cormorant, and Aircommand Sparrow. My Generator is proud to stock Dometic Aircommand air conditioners – explore our full range.

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