Portable heat pump

The Climate Pro 18 portable heat pump combines both cooling and heating capabilities in a single, self-contained unit.

10/27/2014


The Climate Pro 18 portable heat pump combines both cooling and heating capabilities in a single, self-contained unit. Courtesy: MovingCoolThe Climate Pro 18 portable heat pump combines both cooling and heating capabilities in a single, self-contained unit. This system is 13% smaller and 22% lighter than other heat pumps, yet it offers significantly higher performance. It has a cooling capacity of 14,600 Btu/h (16,800 Btu/h ASHRAE Standard 128-2001) and a heating capacity of 13,700 Btu/h. Its minimum operating temperature with plenum of 24 F and is compatible with most standard, off-the-shelf wireless thermostats. The system has a LCD screen displays on-screen diagnostics and step-by-step recovery instructions to start, set up or restore operation. The manufacturing details include hermetically sealed refrigeration units and fan motors.

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