Anything can be done! But the question is, Is it practical?
The reefer system you reffer to is ran off the truck engine, simmular to a car A/C [ clutch drive ].
The other larger systems [ thermoking ] on Honk Honk trucks [ my son calls them that] run self contained.
Usually with their own diesel engine!
Second, The temp they are designed for is either medium temp [36-44deg] or low temp [ 0 to 25 deg]
and would have no roll in proper dehumidification for a coach!
Third, Not so efficient. with being designed for thoose low temps they draw alot of current!
Just my thoughts!
I know someone has probably asked this before on the old board, but I've been away for awhile.
I was thinking about taking one of the small reefer units off an old beer truck. You know the ones, the kind that sit above the cabs on Isuzu NPR's. Why wouldn't that work as a basement air unit? It could be run off the genset or plumbed into the engine compartment.
It's not high on my list of priorities, but a friend of mine who retired from ref/heat/HVAC work says it can't be done. If it can't, I just want to know the why's.
Thanks in advance!