Congratulations, you just purchased or have owned for some time, one of the most successful designs in aviation history. The problem is in the heat of the summer it’s sweltering waiting as you find yourself #3 for departure and it’s 102 degrees on the tarmac. For most pilots, air conditioning is a creature comfort, with the vast majority of the GA fleet not having this as an option, Kelly Aerospace decided to change that.
Now STC’d for Cessna 172, 182T, T182T, 182S, and 206. Kelly Aerospace Thermal Systems provide an all-electric solution to the summer heat that we all hate.
This system has zero effect on engine performance and keeps you cool and refreshed as you fly about for enjoyment or travel for work. Our system was designed to be fully electric and not affect the performance of your aircraft whatsoever.
To receive a free quote or schedule and time to see one of our systems in person, call Walter Dodge at 334-224-0313.
Walter is our personal Renaissance man and is the VP of Operations for our Thermal Division.
Kelly Aerospace Thermal Systems has received STC certification for its All-Electric Air Conditioning System for the Mooney R, S, TN, U, and V models. The Electric System offers freedom from flight restrictions and introduces Ground Cooling to the General Aviation Market. You can now call ahead and have your aircraft “Pre-Cooled” without unlocking the cabin.
This 65-pound system is completely installed in the aft section of the fuselage and has a factory look. The cool air is introduced to the cabin from the overhead for more complete cooling. The system has no scoops, therefore, no airspeed penalties so this incredibly fast airplane is still just as fast.
A digital controller allows for carefree operation of the system while managing your flight. The system is only available for 28-volt aircraft for now.
The receipt of the STC was formally announced at the Mooney Summit in Panama City Beach in September 2019.
Ground cooling with GPU.
Piezo switch included for effortless ground startup Minimum of 20° temperature drop in five minutes.
No take-off or in-flight restrictions.
Maximum of 50 amps at peak load, 45 amps at continuous normal operation.
The entire system weighs estimated at 65.6 pounds installed.
System can be operated on the ground, during taxi, takeoff, cruising, and landing.
Cabin-side components occupy only ½ of hat rack compartment leaving remaining space for storage.
AC system integrated into existing headliner distribution ports.
Simple operation via digital display mounted in the control panel.
The system runs using an 11,500 BTU hermetically sealed, 28-volt brushless DC Compressor Motor.
Enjoy some of the recent pictures of our first installation in a Mooney Ovation.