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Portable Evaporative Cooler, 14,500 cfm
- Item # 16W249
- Mfr. Model # PACHR3600
- UNSPSC # 40101703
- Catalog Page # 4184
- Shipping Weight 330.0 lbs.
- ItemPortable Evaporative Cooler
- Air Flow14,500 cfm
- Cooling Capacity3500 sq. ft.
- Blade Dia.36"
- Drive TypeDirect
- Motor HP1
- Grille Width36"
- Grille Height36"
- Duct Opening Length36"
- Duct Opening Width36"
- Pad Thickness6"
- Pump Voltage120
- Power Cord Length10 ft.
- Water Connection3/4"
- Water Capacity67 gal.
- Fill TypeHose
- Operating Weight260 lb.
Compliance and Restrictions
- Port A Cool Portable Cooling Units Brochure
- Port A Cool KUUL Pads Approved Chemicals Sheet
- Port A Cool KUUL Pads Installation Instructions
- Port A Cool Electric Models Owners Manual
- Port A Cool Hurricane 3600 Product Sheet
- Port A Cool Portable Evaporative Cooler 1PX57 4HA13 4HA14 4HA16 4HWJ9 4WT31 4WT32 Replacement Parts List
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