Alternate Power Cords
Deep Wall Sleeves
Outdoor Architectural Louvers
New Friedrich PTAC
Quieter performance, improved airflow and higher efficiencies.
New Motor Design
With separate indoor and outdoor motors, the indoor motor can run at slower speeds which reduces sound levels indoors.
New Tangential Blower Wheel
Tangential blower wheel has nearly 5x the surface area of a typical fan used on other PTACs. The result is more uniform airflow over a wider path for faster, more even air distribution throughout the room and improved sound levels.
Air is blown over the entire length of the tangential wheel into the room in a uniform laminar airflow.
3 Speed Fan
Friedrich is the only major PTAC brand with 3 fan speeds in cooling and heating mode.
Soft start/stop fan delay feature reduces transitional noise that is usually associated with compressor start-up.
Universal Heater/Power Cord
All PTAC units ship complete with the standard power cord for that model (7K,9K and 12K = 3.0 kW and 15K = 5.0 kW). If you want to adjust the heater size on any PTAC unit simply unplug the attached power cord and connect the desired size. It is important to ensure that all wiring and building connections are sized properly for the power cord as well.
Universal heater allows installers to change the heat output of the PTAC by changing the power cord, simplifying ordering and installation.
For distributors, this means stocking one PTAC model and the 2 optional cords in place of 3 separate PTACs.
This air conditioner has an Energy Efficiency Rating of 9.8 and has an estimated yearly operating cost of $123.07.
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.