Air conditioners

Hoffman’s T Series air conditioners are designed to provide positive cooling for wall-mount and stand alone enclosures. This new line of air conditioners offers a wider range of protective capabilities and more BTUs of cooling to protect electronic controls and equipment from potential failure caused by heat, humidity, dust and other contaminants.

01/01/1970


Hoffman’s T Series air conditioners are designed to provide positive cooling for wall-mount and stand alone enclosures. This new line of air conditioners offers a wider range of protective capabilities and more BTUs of cooling to protect electronic controls and equipment from potential failure caused by heat, humidity, dust and other contaminants. T Series air conditioners are available in six models, from the 800 BTU T15, for wall-mount enclosures or enclosures with narrow side walls, to the 20,000 BTU T53. Each model maintains a UL/CUL Type-4 rating.

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