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10,000-BTU 115V Energy Star-rated universal fit Air Conditioner
with electronic controls and remote control – $420.00.
12,000 BTU Thru Wall Air Conditioner, 220 Volt – $495.00
32,000 BTU, 230V Thru-wall or Window Air Conditioner – $2,890.00.
8,000 BTU, Through-the-Wall Air Conditioner – $820.00. A/C with sleeve – $1,020.00
10,000 BTU 9.0 EER Through-the-Wall Air Conditioners, full function remote control – $1,240.00.
Thru-Wall /Window 29,200 BTU Air Conditioner, digital display with electronic controls – $2,420.00.
26″ Through The Wall Built-In Room Air Conditioner with 9,300 BTU Cooling, 11,000 BTU Electric Heat, E.E.R. 9.5 And Energy Star Qualified – $1,210.00
Thru-Wall/Windows Slide-Out A/C Air Conditioner, 12000 BTU, 9.8 Energy Efficiency Ratio, 3 Cool Settings, 3 Fan Settings, 24Hour On/Off Timer – $1,215.00
Thru-Wall Air Conditioners Sizes and Specs
Quick Info Guide for Thru-Wall Air Conditioning.
5,000-5,200 BTUs is suitable for 100-150 square foot rooms.
6,000-8,000 BTUs is suitable for 151-350 square foot rooms.
10,000-12,000 BTUs is suitable for 351-550 square foot rooms.
15,000 BTUs is suitable for 551-700 square foot rooms.
18,000 BTUs is suitable for 701-1,000 square foot rooms.
24,000 BTUs is suitable for 1,001-1,500 square foot rooms.
BTU’S VOLTAGE AMPERAGE WIDTH HEIGHT DEPTH expanded-view_air-conditioner (8K)
7,000 120 6.7 27 16 16 3/4
9,000 120 9.0 27 16 16 3/4
11,500 120 11.5 27 16 16 3/4
12,500 208-240 6.8 27 16 16 3/4
18,000 208-240 9.1 27 18 27
20,500 208-240 11.5 28 21 33
25,000 208-240 15.5 28 21 33
28,000 208-240 15.5 28 21 33
33,000 208-240 18.0 28 28 33
To cool this area Look for this size air conditioner
100 to 150 square feet 5,000 BTUs
150 to 250 square feet 6,000 BTUs
250 to 300 square feet 7,000 BTUs
300 to 350 square feet 8,000 BTUs
350 to 400 square feet 9,000 BTUs
400 to 450 square feet 10,000 BTUs
450 to 550 square feet 12,000 BTUs
550 to 700 square feet 14,000 BTUs
700 to 1,000 square feet 18,000 BTUs
1,000 to 1 400 square feet 24,000 BTUs
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Sanyo developed a “Ductless Split System” air conditioner in 1961. They have since been joined by Mitsubishi, Samsung and Multi-Aqua. These systems are ideal in situations where zoned cooling is desired, or where running ductwork is not possible. In a Sanyo Ductless Split System, the Freon condenser is mounted outdoors. The indoor units (evaporators) are mounted on a wall or the ceiling in each of the rooms to be cooled. They are connected to the condenser by small copper tubes which easily fit through most wall cavities.
Energy Efficiency of Wall Air Conditioners Energy Efficiency of Through The Wall Air Conditioners A Through The Wall Air Conditioner’s efficiency is measured by the energy efficiency ratio (EER). The EER is the ratio of the cooling capacity (in British thermal units [Btu] per hour) to the power input (in watts). The higher the EER rating, the more efficient the air conditioner. National appliance standards require room air conditioners built after January 1, 1990, to have an energy efficiency ratio (EER) of 8.0 or greater. The Association of Home Appliance Manufacturers reports that the average EER of room air conditioners rose 47% from 1972 to 1991. If you own a 1970’s-vintage room air conditioner with an EER of 5 and you replace it with a new one with an EER of 10, you will cut your air conditioning energy costs in half. When buying a new through-the-wall air conditioner, look for units with an EER of 10.0 or above. Check the Energy Guide label for the unit, and also look for room air conditioners with the ENERGY STAR® label. Thru-wall Air Conditioning Contractors, residential & commercial, thru-wall air conditioning installation, thru-wall air conditioning units, HVAC, duct cleaning, heating pumps, cooling.
The Eco-Conditioner™ Series is just one of the energy-saving series’ by ENERGY STAR®, however, it has the highest Energy Efficiency Ratio of any air conditioner. It uses 12 (EER), which is using much less energy than other typical models. Not only does this series offer much more than the average air-conditioning system, it brings the best cooling combinations right into your home. Currently, the only model for the Eco-Conditioner™ Series is called “The Paragon”. It uses a UV purifier which greatly reduces allergens, odors, and other airborne pollutants. Also, environmentally friendly refrigerant runs through the unit, therefore, no ozone-damaging chemicals are released into the air. It is an efficient energy-saving unit that is highly recommended for your home.
A Split System A/C uses the same operating system as the above. This system is usually installed where difficult locations and conditions exist. The indoor unit can be placed almost anywhere and same applies to the outdoor unit. These systems still have the two refrigerant lines and wiring between them. This system is usually the highest cost for equipment and installation. The same rules apply for size, location and heat pump availability.
Thru-Wall or Window Unit A/C
A Thru-Wall or Window Unit A/C uses the same operating system in a single enclosure. The same rules apply for size and location. It is important that the window or wall penetration be weather tight to eliminate insects, water damages and energy loss. This system is usually the lowest cost for equipment and installation.
Maintaining a Room Air Conditioner
Room air conditioners do not need a lot of maintenance, but it’s important to clean the air filter frequently to reduce the strain on the motor caused by dirt buildup. Also, you should check the fins and clear the drains on the unit each season. Clean the filter once a month during cooling season. Switch off power and unplug unit, then remove retaining clips or screws and lift off front access cover. Take out filter and inspect it and if it’s damaged, put in a replacement. You can reuse most filters by washing them with mild detergent; check the label on the filter for directions. Lay the filter on a towel and pat it dry, then let it dry completely before reinstalling it.
GE Thru-the-Wall Air Conditioner AJCQ10ACC GE Consumer & Industrial spans the globe as an industry leader in major appliance, lighting and integrated industrial equipment systems and services. They provide solutions for commercial, industrial and residential use in more than 100 countries which uses innovative technologies and ecomagination. It’s a GE initiative to aggressively bring to market new technologies that help customers and consumers meet pressing environmental challenges to deliver comfort, convenience and electrical protection and control. GE brings imagination to work. Selecting a GE air conditioner is not only good for the occupant and guests, it’s a decision that will leave you resting comfortably as well.
The Thru-Wall Air Conditioner .The installation of an in-wall air-conditioning unit will require an opening through the exterior wall of your house. Selecting the right location is very important. Concerns for the location include: a section of wall that is free of pipes, wires, structure supports, etc. For installations that involve cutting through concrete, brick or stone must be done by experienced contractors. The opening required for an in-wall unit must follow the manufacturer’s directions that accompany the air conditioner. In most cases a thru-wall a/c unit placed in a solid wall will require a support header (a horizontal beam that picks up loads from studs that are cut short and carries them to the sides of the opening). It’s also important to follow the manufacturer’s instructions for setting the unit slightly out of level to drain condensation away.
A separate power supply circuit is required in most cases. The location of the receptacle should be near the unit and some times a good idea is to place it on opposite to take up slack in the cord. Bundling up the cord slack could cause an electrical hazard.
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