February '21

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rv-pro.com February 2021 • RV PRO • 23 us to listen to feedback from customers on what they like and what they don't like in other units on the market today and incorporate those ideas whenever possible into our new units." According to Greer, the development of the new Everchill air conditioner focused on improving airflow while reducing noise. "It's difficult to maximize airflow without also increasing noise because the two are so interrelated," Greer notes. "What we were able to do is reduce air turbulence – that's really what the issue is, turbulence – while also working with our factory on the design of the blower motor fan. We also chose to use upgraded internals, including a Panasonic compressor." The new AC lineup, which debuted in January, is currently available in 15,000- and 13,500-BTU outputs, in both ducted and unducted versions. The Everchill air conditioner also is available in digital- and analog-thermostat styles. Both Greer and Kaylor hinted that other sizes and designs are in the works. "Our first offering is a normal profile unit, with standard height and footprint, but we've already had some customers asking us if we can create a low-profile design," Greer says. "So, there are other options available to us that we're working on." One of those "other options," Kaylor adds, is the develop- ment of a single unit capable of cooling an entire larger coach. "It will operate through a ducted system, but not ducted as today and historically as the industry has done it," he says. Pictured here are a few indoor and outdoor griddles WAY had on display for attendees during its open house. Today, the supplier offers more than 200 products for its customers. Kaylor is pictured next to the company's Everchill 17-cubic- foot refrigerator with French doors, one of several new kitchen appliances WAY showcased for attendees. WAY touts the product as the largest 12-volt fridge in the RV industry.

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