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Old 09-17-2006, 07:39 AM   #43
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Steve:

I got my Art Cool from a distributor in Toronto.

They are available in both the USA and Canada. Ive seen them in Canada for at least 3 years.

This is the Canadian LG site:

http://ca.lge.com/en/proddivergent.d...rch&categoryId

Heres the USA one:

http://us.lge.com/products/category/...l%202005.jhtml

Im going to try to upload the Canadian spec sheet for you, a PDF file.

The inside blower unit is 22 by 22 and 5 deep. It weighs 15 pounds.

The compressor is 30 long by 21 high by 9.5 wide. It weighs 73 pounds.

The total weight involved is 3 or 4 pounds less than the Carrier Low profile, if I remember correctly.

Ive installed two split units in buildings. They are fantastic.

It remains to be seen how in will work in a trailer but my suspicion is that it will be superior to anything being commonly used now.

We will probably run the wire to the compressor later today. I will place the unit on the tongue and take a photo for you at that time.


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Sergei,

Did you ever install the artcool unit? Any pictures?

Thanks,

Doug
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Old 09-18-2006, 08:38 PM   #44
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Doug:

No, but we are going to do it soon.

We are painting the interior now. After that, we will install the pocket door/wall we built which sits between the shower and the mid space room.

The Art Cool head mounts there.

I will take photos and post, although I note that I said Id take one of the compressor posed on the tongue and never did.

I must have been dragged sideways by things and forgot to do it..

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