Nomadic Cooling has a variety of Air Conditioners that are right for your build.  Our cutting-edge air conditioners meet the builders needs by offering 3 separate voltages, light weight, small bases with powerful compressors, and all fitting the standard rooftop opening making it easy to replace an older unit or fan.

Check out the video linked below to learn more about the Nomadic Cooling Air Conditioners:

  1. Calculate the Vehicle's Interior Volume: Measure the length, width, and height of the area you want to cool in your overland vehicle. Multiply these measurements to calculate the interior volume in cubic feet or cubic meters.
  1. Consider Insulation: The level of insulation in your vehicle can affect the cooling load. If your vehicle is well-insulated, it may require a smaller air conditioner. If it's poorly insulated, you may need a larger unit to compensate.
  1. Cooling Capacity: Air conditioners are rated in BTUs (British Thermal Units) or watts. A typical rule of thumb is to have around 20 BTUs per square foot (or 200 watts per square meter) of the interior space you want to cool. 
  1. Energy Source: With a DC air conditioner, consider your power source. Ensure that your vehicle's electrical system can support the air conditioner's power requirements.  Nomadic Cooling’s dedicated technical support team is ready to help set you up for success by working with you to make sure that your electrical system will support your air conditioner.
  1. Efficiency: A more efficient air conditioner can provide the same cooling capacity with less power, which is important when you have limited power sources in an overland vehicle. 
  1. Installation: Choose a unit that fits your vehicle's layout and is easy to install. 

Give us a call today to get the best air conditioner on your next build!
480-576-2489, ask for Mary