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Portable Air Conditioner, 60000Btuh, 460V
- Item # 2MWJ9
- Mfr. Model # OFFICE PRO 63
- UNSPSC # 40101701
- Catalog Page # 4182
- Shipping Weight 832.0 lbs.
- ItemPortable Air Conditioner
- Environmental ApplicationsCommercial/Industrial
- Cooling MethodAir-Cooled
- BtuH Cooling60,000
- Number of Cooling Speeds2
- Fan-Only Speeds2
- Control TypeProgrammable
- Max. Supply Hose Length40 ft.
- Max. Exhaust Hose Length100 ft.
- Sound Level dBA69/67
- Exhaust CFM2650/2830
- Supply CFM1770/1940
- Ambient Operating Range65 to 105 Degrees F
- NEMA Plug ConfigurationL16-20
- Power Cord Length6 ft.
- IncludesDigital Temperature Indicator, Two-Speed Fans, Adjustable Louvers, Compressor Short-Cycle Overload Protection, Fan Mode Selector Switch, Fan Motor Protection, Condensate Pump and Reverse Phase Protection
Compliance and Restrictions
- 0108xxxx630 to Present
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