Webasto Air Conditioning/Heat Kits

Webasto Air Conditioning/Heat Kits


The Webasto Air Conditioning/Heat Kits are equipped with ultra-silent compressors that are mounted to reduce unwanted vibration and noises.


  • Unibody welded construction for superior strength
  • Balanced system for noise elimination
  • High-velocity 3-speed, rotatable blower
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Why Buy From Fondriest?


Feel Cool Fast with Webasto

The quietest and most versatile A/C system on the market.

FCF innovation starts with a more balanced system for noise elimination. The compressor has been carefully mounted to greatly reduce unwanted vibration and noises that can transfer into the cabin interrupting your sleep. Unlike competitive systems FCF stands for quality, including a longlasting, baked-on enamel finish, a robust blower that can handle multiple vents and FCF is the only A/C system that comes standard with a digital control panel.

The result is shhhhh...quiet quality.

  • Unibody welded construction for superior strength
  • n Annodized evaporator
  • Multi-capillary ports
  • Hi-velocity 3-speed, rotatable blower
  • Removeable air filter
  • Tight clearance installations
  • Now with R410 greengas
  • Reverse Cycle Heat
  • Remote Control


Seawater Kit contains:

  • Bronze Sea Water Scoop
  • Bronze Seacock
  • Bronze 90° Elbow
  • Bronze Sea Water Strainer
  • Bronze Fittings
  • Seawater Pump
  • Plastic Thru Hull
  • Hose and Clamps

A typical Air Dist. Kit contains:

  • Return Air Grille
  • Round Outlet Grill
  • Supply Air Grilles
  • Transition Box Back Entry
  • "Y" Divider
  • Flexible Insulated Duct
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Webasto Air Conditioning/Heat Kits 5011404A Air conditioning/heat kit, 5000 btu
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Webasto Air Conditioning/Heat Kits 5011406A Air conditioning/heat kit, 9000 btu
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Webasto Air Conditioning/Heat Kits 5011408A Air conditioning/heat kit, 12000 btu
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Webasto Air Conditioning/Heat Kits 5011410A Air conditioning/heat kit, 16000 btu
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