Providing a home-away-from-home experience for your guests is the key to great customer satisfaction. There's more to it than crisp linens, freshly painted walls, flat-screen TVs or mints on the pillow. Comfort is critical, and GE Zoneline packaged terminal air conditioners can make the difference. A room that's refreshingly cool on a hot day, invitingly warm on a cold day and restfully quiet every day will keep guests happy - and coming back. GE Zoneline products are easy to install, easy to maintain and engineered for outstanding performance year after year. Plus, GE Zonelines are the most energy-efficient packaged terminal air conditioners and heat pumps in the industry, which results in lower operating costs... and higher levels of happiness for you and your guests.
Versatile Zoneline units provide year-round comfort with individual heating and cooling temperature control for economy and convenience.
Designed to blend with most architectural styles and interior decors, Zoneline units are adaptable to a wide variety of applications, including hotels and motels, office buildings, schools and apartments. Zoneline's design and easy installation also make it ideal for remodeling and room additions.
Zoneline units offer a wide selection of features, heating and cooling capacities, and voltages to meet each zonal application, with the 6100 series being the most efficient Zoneline ever. All Zonelines come with microcomputer controls, each with its own special features. Zoneline quality and ease of maintenance will serve its owner or users well for years to come.
Resistance Heat Models
GE Zoneline package terminal units with resistance heat are especially suited for any installation.
The Deluxe Line is a high-efficiency unit with two fan motors, microcomputer controls, and offers cooling with heat pump or resistance heat backup. The microprocessor has solid-state sensors, which offer a variety of features for energy savings and reliable operations.
Zoneline models are designed for easy installation, whether in new construction, renovation or for replacement of old units. Unless specified by code, they require no sub-base and may be installed flush with the finished floor.
All models are adaptable to remote and central desk control. Zoneline units may even be placed in unusual locations, such as transom or common area installations.
Compatibility with existing Zoneline wall cases simplifies retrofit installations. A new chassis simply slides into the already installed wall case. A new matching rear grille should be used.
And the exclusive Quick Connect power supply kit allows the unit to be installed on various amperage circuits.
This air conditioner has an Energy Efficiency Rating of 12.3 and has an estimated yearly operating cost of $63.90.
The estimated yearly operating cost is based on the 2011 national average cost of $.1109 cents per kWh for electricity and an estimated number of operating hours of 750 hours. Your operating cost will depend on your utility rates and usage.