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Dometic Introduces Noiseless Minibars

Wednesday, December 06, 2017
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ELKHART, IN—Dometic recently attended the Boutique Design Show in New York City and displayed the new NTE minibars for the first time in the United States.

Dometic’s Eco Class Minibars have a compact design, and are now available in three types of cooling technologies: Compressor, Absorption, and the new Noiseless Thermoelectric (NTE).

The NTE minibars use an energy efficient and silent thermoelectric cooling technology. Available in both a 30 and 40 liter capacity, they are designed to fit into new build projects as well as replace older generations of Dometic minibars within an existing hotel.

The Dometic RH 40 NTE 40-Liter Class Minibar is the perfect option for gearing toward the new evolution of eco-friendly. This model has several key features, including:
Noiseless thermoelectric cooling
Low energy consumption
LED interior light
Automatic defrost

The Dometic NTE Minibars have record-breaking low power consumption, which is a smart solution to reducing the hotel’s yearly energy costs.

“We are thrilled to be able to offer a new and completely silent minibar with significantly lower energy consumption - another Dometic breakthrough in the field of cooling,” states Patrik Mattson, Vice-President of Lodging Americas.

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