Ceiling-mount air conditioner

The CMW30 ceiling-mount air conditioner by MovinCool is designed for areas with dense heat loads.

03/02/2012


The CMW30 ceiling-mount air conditioner by MovinCool is designed for server rooms and other applications with dense heat loads, but where a MovinCool air-cooled model cannot be used due to the lack of available space to direct hot exhaust air into. The unit’s large cooling capacity is rated at 29,400 Btu/h total and 22,000 Btu/h sensible for computer rooms. The compact, self-contained CMW30 is only 20 in. high, enabling it to fit above a drop ceiling. A built-in mounting bracket, flanges, and vibration isolators allow easy, low-cost installation using standard, off-the-shelf hardware. No external condensing unit, refrigerant connections, or charging are necessary, further reducing installation as well as maintenance costs. Based on the same engineering technology as the MovinCool CM25 air-cooled model, the CMW30 features a high integrated-energy-efficiency ratio (IEER) of 17.0, made possible by an energy-saving, variable-speed inverter compressor and inverter fan motors.

 

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