loadspace

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loadspace

(ˈləʊdˌspeɪs)
n
(Automotive Engineering) the area in a motor vehicle where a load can be carried
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Rated at up to 2650 watts (vehicle engine driven) for 0[degrees]C chilled and 1480 watts for 20[degrees]C frozen applications, the V-200 MAX can cool loadspaces of up to 22 and 14 cu m, respectively.