Engel's goes Hi-Tech and Light Weight

Published online: Feb 28, 2008 News
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Engel has launched its first all weather portable fridge freezer - with a unique modern design.

With its roots firmly planted in Africa and Australia, the Engel freezers have consistently out-performed, and dominated their competition in these harsh environments.  Since 1962, over 3.6 million units have been very successfully manufactured in Japan.  Engel is considered the world leader of mobile refrigeration, with their efficient compressor technology.


The new MR040 fridge-freezer is modeled on Engel's most popular MT45 unit - but is now all plastic.  It features a lighter weight, weather proof box, which is powered by Engel's legendary compressor system.  The lid is reversible for convenient access. 



Like Engel's other dual voltage models, the new Engel MR040 is supplied with both 12 volt and 110 volt power cords. and automatically switches between AC and DC power.


Engel's new MR040 will be available from most RV dealers and leading outdoor retailers - and distributed through Stag Parkway starting February 2008.  See our website for details.


Inquiries can be directed to Tel: 1(888) 272-9838 or www.engel-usa.com

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