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Through-the-Wall Air Conditioners

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Through-the-wall air conditioners install into a cutout in an exterior wall. They cool a single room and install in a wall sleeve, which provides a permanent, stable platform for the unit. Units with a slide-out chassis allow easier access for service and repairs than fixed-chassis units. Through-the-wall air conditioners don't require connection to ducts. Units for cooling only are used for seasonal cooling or for supplementing central AC systems. Units with heat provide cooling and heating from a single unit for year-round use. All commercial grade and residential units have a leakage current detector interrupter (LCDI) that senses current leakage and interrupts a circuit to help prevent injuries and damage to equipment or surroundings. Some units have Seacoast corrosion protection, which is a coating on an air conditioner’s coils that withstands corrosive agents such as salt water sprays. Coated coils typically last longer than uncoated coils in coastal areas and other harsh environments.
Through-the-wall air conditioners install into a cutout in an exterior wall. They cool a single room and install in a wall sleeve, which provides a permanent, stable platform for the unit. Units with a slide-out chassis allow easier access for service and repairs than fixed-chassis units. Through-the-wall air conditioners don't require connection to ducts. Units for cooling only are used for seasonal cooling or for supplementing central AC systems. Units with heat provide cooling and heating from a single unit for year-round use. All commercial grade and residential units have a leakage current detector interrupter (LCDI) that senses current leakage and interrupts a circuit to help prevent injuries and damage to equipment or surroundings. Some units have Seacoast corrosion protection, which is a coating on an air conditioner’s coils that withstands corrosive agents such as salt water sprays. Coated coils typically last longer than uncoated coils in coastal areas and other harsh environments.

Commercial-Grade Through-the-Wall Air Conditioners

Commercial-Grade Through-the-Wall Air Conditioners
These through-the-wall air conditioners are made for commercial-grade applications with components that withstand more demanding environments. They're commonly used for cooling offices, retail stores, multifamily buildings, barracks, and dorms. Units with remote capability can be managed via Wi-Fi to allow centralized control of settings for one or more units.

Cooling Only

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Residential-Grade Through-the-Wall Air Conditioners

Residential-Grade Through-the-Wall Air Conditioners
These through-the-wall air conditioners are made of residential-grade materials and have a decorative front grille that blends in with home interiors. They're typically used to cool rooms in houses and apartments. Units with a timer can be programmed to set cooling times to manage energy usage.

Cooling Only

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Cooling/Heating

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Hazardous Location Through-the-Wall Air Conditioners

Hazardous Location Through-the-Wall Air Conditioners
Hazardous-location through-the-wall air conditioners have a sealed motor and solid-state relays to prevent sparking while cooling potentially hazardous environments. These Class 1, Division 2 air conditioners can be used where flammable gases, vapors, and liquids are handled or used within enclosed containers or systems, but are not normally present in concentrations high enough to be ignitable. They're commonly used to cool laboratories, control rooms, and storage areas. They have an e-coated coil and powder-coated steel cabinet to resist corrosion.

Operation Mode - HVAC: Unspecified

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Cooling Only

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