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APC: Portable Air Conditioner

June 13, 2004
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The PA4000 portable air conditioner is designed for localized cooling in small areas. It provides up to 4 kW of air conditioning. This air conditioner has dual ducts, designed to bring in air from outside and remove the hot air using a dual-ducting kit for the inlet and exhaust condenser air. It is programmable with built-in scheduled operation to supplement existing air conditioning systems. Features include dual-float condensate pump, replaceable American Society of Heating, Refrigerating, and Air-Conditioning Engineers (ASHRAE) standard 30-percent filter, multiple blower speed settings, and programmable set points and on-off scheduling.

APC, 132 Fairgrounds Road, W. Kingston, RI 02892; 800-788-2208; 401-788-4080 (fax); www.apc.com.

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