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  • 14,000 BTU Portable Air Conditioner
  • Covers up to 525 Square Feet
  • Operates as an AC, Fan & Dehumidifier

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NewAir AC-14100E 14,000 BTU Portable Air Conditioner
The NewAir AC-14100E is our most powerful portable air conditioner and supplies an outstanding 14,000 BTU's of cooling power. If you want a portable AC unit that will supply plenty of power for medium to large sized room than the portable and powerful AC-14100E by NewAir may be just what you have been searching for. This portable unit also has the capability of operating as an:

  • Air Conditioner
  • Dehumidifier
  • Fan

Cooling on the Go
Because the NewAir AC-14100E is designed to be fully portable, you can be sure that installation of the included window unit is a snap. The easy to install window unit allows you to provide portable cooling relief to any room in your home where a standard AC unit is not an option; or, if you simply prefer a more eco-friendly alternative.

  • R-410A eco friendly refrigerant
  • Programmable controls & remote control
  • Adjustable air louvers
  • Adjustable fan speed
  • Ideal for commercial use
  • Extremely portable with castor wheels & handles

Commercial Construction
The commercial grade components and powerful compressor result in unparalleled cooling. The "Energy Efficiency Boosting Function" also known as the tank, holds enough water to quickly and easily cool ambient temperatures. If you want a top quality portable air conditioner that will deliver results for many years to come then check out the NewAir AC-14100E.

Energy Saving Unit
The NewAir AC-14100E portable air conditioner has a custom programmable timer that allows you to save energy by adjusting the temperature while you are away. Or, if you prefer you can program the AC-14100E to automatically turn on before you come home so that it is nice and cool when you get home.

Eco-Friendly
The NewAir AC-14100E is much better for the environment because it uses the eco-friendly refrigerant R-410A which is designed to be eco-friendly so that it will not harm the earth of the ozone layer. If you want a portable air conditioner that you can feel good about then the NewAir AC-14100E is the eco-friendly option that you need.

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  • Model: AC-14100E
  • UPC: 854001004143
  • Product Type: 14,000 BTU Portable Air Conditioner
  • Product Dimensions: L: 16.00" x W: 16.50" x H: 31.13"
  • Product Weight: 61.90 lbs.
  • Product Color: White & gray
  • Application: Cools medium to large areas up to 525 sq ft without requiring permanent installation
  • Warranty: 1-year manufacturer's warranty
  • Type: Portable Air Conditioner
  • Coverage Area: 525 square feet
  • Heater: No
  • Voltage: 115 volts
  • Air Flow: 250 CFM
  • Watts: 1417 watts
  • Amps: 12.7 amps
  • Cooling Capacity: 14000 BTUs
  • Frequency: 60 Hz
  • Noise Level: 57 dB
  • Certifications: ETL
  • Dehumidifying Capacity: 71.04 pints
  • EER: 9.88
  • Heat Pump: No
  • Number of Fan Speeds: 3
  • Programmable Timer: Yes
  • Timer Length: 24-hour
  • Refrigerant Type: R-410A
  • Recommended Room Size: 400 - 525 square feet
  • Air Conditioner Type: Cool Only
  • Hose Type: Single
  • Compressor Type: Rotary
  • Auto-Evaporative System: Yes
  • Fan Only Option: Yes
  • Adjustable Air Louvers: Yes
  • Automatic Air Louvers: No
  • Automatic Restart: No
  • Air Filter: Yes
  • Built-In Air Purification System: Yes
  • Air Purification Method: Carbon
  • Display Type: LCD
  • Remote Control: Yes
  • Exhaust Hose Length: 59.06 Inches
  • Exhaust Hose Diameter: 5.59 Inches
  • Designed for Commercial Use: Yes
  • Auto-evaporative technology reduces the amount of condensation collected in the unit
  • Cools large rooms of up to 525 square feet
  • Dehumidifies up to 71 pints per day
  • Does not require any permanent installation
  • Portable with 4 castor wheels and side handles
  • Suitable for residential & commercial use
  • 1 Year Limited Manufacturers Warranty
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Question:
Why did you buy this item?
Answer:
It was the highest rated 14,000 BTU unit with the most positive ratings.
- Barbara K. on 02-19-2014
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Capacity and features
- Frank K. on 03-11-2014
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capacity price free shipping
- Remo P. on 04-20-2014
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great price. Great specs. Great reviews. I have purchased from Air & Water previously, and everything went very well.
- DAVID C. on 05-26-2014
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Your site and the product were rated very highly
- Stacey C. on 05-26-2014
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I needed an air conditioner to cool our small family room. Hopefully this is as good as the reviews I have read on it.
- Matthew K. on 05-30-2014
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Seems to be the right unit for the size room we are trying to cool
- ADRIENNE R. on 06-14-2014
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We needed a powerful AC and a dehumidifier for a finished basement. This seems to fit the bill.
- Barbara N. on 07-02-2014
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I got one already and like it
- Mark M. on 07-01-2014
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looks appropriate for the room in which I teach piano.
- Linda S. on 07-05-2014
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I read the customer reviews and decided I'd try this unit.
- Syderia A. on 07-05-2014
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This is my 3rd portable air conditioner. The others I've had were loud and leaked after a couple of years. I'm trying a different one in hopes that it will perform better.
- Matthew B. on 07-07-2014
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Good price
- Nitikorn W. on 07-07-2014
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Commercial grade and price.
- Matthew D. on 07-09-2014
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refrigerant type and capacity
- james b. on 07-10-2014
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Reviews online and I will try it to see if it can do what I need
- Natalie v. on 07-16-2014
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Portable and Cost!
- Jeffrey F. on 07-18-2014
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Chose to get away from Window Unit.
- Richard D. on 07-17-2014
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Needed one for our attic space that was converted into a bedroom :)
- kari p. on 07-28-2014
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good reviews, no required drain
- William S. on 08-04-2014
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The central AC system at my house is so expensive to use, since it takes so much electricity. This portable AC unit is a great deal.
- Jessica J. on 08-16-2014
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Price is competitive and it has good customer reviews
- Karen P. on 08-24-2014
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Good Reviews
- James L. on 08-27-2014
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GOOD CUSTOMER REVIEWS. NOT PLEASED WITH HONEYWELL UNIT THAT IS MORE EXPENISVE
- Michael A. on 10-29-2014
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very good recommendations also.
- Nancy V M. on 04-19-2015
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Previously purchased same item and were satisfied with this unit
- Dan K. on 04-22-2015
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I have one , its work good , little noisy but cools well .and price was right
- Sakura S. on 04-29-2015
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fantastic price
- Jean Y. on 05-11-2015
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this AC was highly rated at an excellent price
- tamela l. on 05-11-2015
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Highest BTUs for a portable unit. Also the lowest priced.
- David S. on 05-12-2015
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saw a review on youtube and it was #1 out of 10 portable air conditioners reviewed and the size seemed smaller than most
- ROBIN T. on 05-19-2015
Answer:
It is listed as a top rated portable air conditioner and the price was right!!
- CHRISTINA W. on 05-29-2015
Answer:
Seems to be the right unit for the size room we are trying to cool
- ADRIENNE R. on 06-14-2014
Answer:
It was the highest rated 14,000 BTU unit with the most positive ratings.
- Barbara K. on 02-19-2014
Answer:
We needed a powerful AC and a dehumidifier for a finished basement. This seems to fit the bill.
- Barbara N. on 07-02-2014
Answer:
It is listed as a top rated portable air conditioner and the price was right!!
- CHRISTINA W. on 05-29-2015
Answer:
Previously purchased same item and were satisfied with this unit
- Dan K. on 04-22-2015
Answer:
great price. Great specs. Great reviews. I have purchased from Air & Water previously, and everything went very well.
- DAVID C. on 05-26-2014
Answer:
Highest BTUs for a portable unit. Also the lowest priced.
- David S. on 05-12-2015
Answer:
Capacity and features
- Frank K. on 03-11-2014
Answer:
refrigerant type and capacity
- james b. on 07-10-2014
Answer:
Good Reviews
- James L. on 08-27-2014
Answer:
fantastic price
- Jean Y. on 05-11-2015
Answer:
Portable and Cost!
- Jeffrey F. on 07-18-2014
Answer:
The central AC system at my house is so expensive to use, since it takes so much electricity. This portable AC unit is a great deal.
- Jessica J. on 08-16-2014
Answer:
Price is competitive and it has good customer reviews
- Karen P. on 08-24-2014
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Needed one for our attic space that was converted into a bedroom :)
- kari p. on 07-28-2014
Answer:
looks appropriate for the room in which I teach piano.
- Linda S. on 07-05-2014
Answer:
I got one already and like it
- Mark M. on 07-01-2014
Answer:
This is my 3rd portable air conditioner. The others I've had were loud and leaked after a couple of years. I'm trying a different one in hopes that it will perform better.
- Matthew B. on 07-07-2014
Answer:
Commercial grade and price.
- Matthew D. on 07-09-2014
Answer:
I needed an air conditioner to cool our small family room. Hopefully this is as good as the reviews I have read on it.
- Matthew K. on 05-30-2014
Answer:
GOOD CUSTOMER REVIEWS. NOT PLEASED WITH HONEYWELL UNIT THAT IS MORE EXPENISVE
- Michael A. on 10-29-2014
Answer:
very good recommendations also.
- Nancy V M. on 04-19-2015
Answer:
Reviews online and I will try it to see if it can do what I need
- Natalie v. on 07-16-2014
Answer:
Good price
- Nitikorn W. on 07-07-2014
Answer:
capacity price free shipping
- Remo P. on 04-20-2014
Answer:
Chose to get away from Window Unit.
- Richard D. on 07-17-2014
Answer:
saw a review on youtube and it was #1 out of 10 portable air conditioners reviewed and the size seemed smaller than most
- ROBIN T. on 05-19-2015
Answer:
I have one , its work good , little noisy but cools well .and price was right
- Sakura S. on 04-29-2015
Answer:
Your site and the product were rated very highly
- Stacey C. on 05-26-2014
Answer:
I read the customer reviews and decided I'd try this unit.
- Syderia A. on 07-05-2014
Answer:
this AC was highly rated at an excellent price
- tamela l. on 05-11-2015
Answer:
good reviews, no required drain
- William S. on 08-04-2014
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The air conditioner in the camper went out during 100+ temps. After researching my options, this is the easiest and most cost efficient solution.
- Annette M. on 06-20-2015
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i already own this model and like it alot. bought another for the downstairs
- brian t. on 07-01-2015
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I bought the smaller 10k btu and liked and decided to buy the larger unit as well.
- Ken P. on 07-03-2015
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best customer ratings and cost
- Laura M. on 07-03-2015
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best reviews
- Barbara R. on 07-28-2015
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friend recommended from you.
- Michael C. on 08-15-2015
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Portability, cost
- Dale C. on 10-14-2015
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Talked to your customer support, already have one.
- Alison R. on 02-16-2016
Question:
how cold does it get?
- Anonymous on 2014-02-14
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Cold air can be approximately 15 degrees below the ambient temperature. However it varies depending on the conditions of the environment from which your AC is located.
- CustomerServiceSTAFF on 2014-02-14
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I have had it as cold as 64
- barbara t. on 2015-06-17
Question:
how much water do you have to empty and how often in dry climate?
- Anonymous on 2014-05-26
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We have our unit elevated on a table and connected with a hose so that it constantly drains out of our window. We live in a humid climate and we could not keep up with emptying the unit. We would find puddles on our wood floor. The unit works very well and we do love it but we had to make this concession for the drainage.
- Nicole S. on 2014-05-26
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I have never had one drop of water to empty.
- Diana M. on 2014-05-26
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We have ours window installed in the summers only. It works really well for my kids bedroom/bathroom with the doors closed. We live in a humid climate (chicago) an have never had to dump water--you can use it without the dehumidifier. Only downside - it's loud.
- Raegan K. on 2014-05-26
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I live in Illinois and only emptied the water from the last fill of the year. It certainly wasn't very much, perhaps 1/2 pint.
- Timothy F G. on 2014-05-27
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In Oregon emptying the water is not much of an issue, once to twice per week and its not a difficult task to accomplish.
- Paul G. on 2014-05-27
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Pretty frequently at 50% humidity. I ended up using the hose provided, hooked it to the bottom spout/plug and ran it to the outside. Then I didn't have to dump water at all. But my set up is on a slider door. So the hose easily runs to the outside. I think you would have to have a longer hose if you wanted it to run out of a window as the plug is at the bottom of the unit. Very reliable unit. I'm glad I went with the NewAir product. I did lots of research before purchasing.
- Hannah L. on 2014-06-07
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The reservoir is removable and we filled it every other day with the unit running all day and part of the night.
- Sara G. on 2014-05-26
Question:
what type of window will it work with? (sliding, up? down? sideway?
- gerry r. on 2014-07-02
Answer:
I have it venting out of my living room sliding glass door. I did have to purchase extra panels but it was worth it. The unit sits perfectly with respect to the tubing and hole in the panel. I have the drainage tube also to the outside so I never have to dump collected water.
- Hannah L. on 2014-07-02
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Ours slides sideways, but should work with any since it gives you extenders to fit many windows.
- patricia d. on 2014-07-02
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I used mine last year with the slide up (casement) window. This year, I'm using it with a window that slides sideways for which I think it was meant.
- Timothy F G. on 2014-07-02
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i believe it will work with any type window. very user friendly. works great and cools well. kinda loud in the room it is in.
- Sue T. on 2014-07-03
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either vertically or horizontily
- Paul G. on 2014-07-02
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It should work with windows that slide up, down or sideways. I don't know about Windows that open outwards. I would think it would be difficult to get the window to stay in place at the position needed to hold the exhaust tube and panels in place. My window slides up and it was a pretty easy install,
- Margaret N. on 2014-07-06
Question:
Very interested in this portable air conditioner but we have crank open windows. Is it necessary that it be vented to the outside?
- Kathy D. on 2014-07-08
Answer:
Hello Kathy, I bought the same a/c unit your interested in purchasing. I'm Steve a carpenter from Ct. and I'm happy with the unit, it does what it needs to do as far as cooling a room. you wanted to know if the unit has to be vented outside.... absolutely! if not it will be blowing hot air into the room. Extra help for YOU. you could open the crank window and block it off with plywood or plexi-glass and cut hole for dryer style exhaust vent to outside. OR cut dryer hose vent into exterior wall. I understand that you can't put a window unit into crank out windows unless you remove the sash completely and plywood off excess space of window unit. MY BANG FOR THE BUCK advise for you would be to cut the wall and put in a permanent 220 wall unit A/C. you will be happy! Best professional job for your situation ,, bar going central A/C for the whole house. And I know there could be restrictions if your in an apartment or condominium. I hope I was of some help to you. Steve
- Anthony G. on 2014-07-10
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Yes, you must vent it outside. It is pretty easy to do even with crank windows. You will need to buy a piece of plexiglass to fit above the piece they provide for the exhaust duct.
- Marcia R. on 2014-07-08
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Yes external venting is critically important. We have crank out windows as well so we had to have a vent cut into side wall to allow the unit to vent outside. Hope this is helpful?
- Michael L. on 2014-07-08
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yes
- John O. on 2014-07-18
Question:
Will this unit work in a room that ONLY has a sliding glass door?
- Lo-Lo on 2014-07-18
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will need modification of the exhaust.
- John O. on 2014-07-18
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I don't think so. It (the window cover with the opening for the ac's tube) didn't seem long enough to me for a vertical opening the length of a door. Maybe if there is an extension available, but that wouldn't be very sturdy.
- Penelope G. on 2014-07-18
Answer:
This unit, as is, with its ability to be hooked up to a standard window is the only way it will work. However, if you have someone handy enough to retrofit a piece in the sliding glass door to accommodate this portable air condition then it will cool the space nicely.
- Jean H. on 2014-07-18
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Yes why not
- Saundra C. on 2014-07-18
Question:
how much the electric bill will be in a month ?
- jorge v. on 2014-07-20
Answer:
I have two of these. One in my insulated workshop, one in my home office to supplement the central system. Best I can figure is that for around 800 Sq Ft, it will cost you around $25 a month to run it about 4 hours a day. I get a graphic report on my 4 electric accounts daily. When I run the unit for about 4 hours it uses "4 watt hours", so you would just multiply the hours you want to run for 30 days times the hourly electric watt rate. They are nice units, but their engineers need to DO some things. For one thing they should make it able to accept a regular plug in timer. Their internal timing idea is worthy of not purchasing it if you want to run it on a timer. Secondly, the louvers on the front should oscillate. Neither remote works worth a flip other than to turn it off and on.
- Ronald H. on 2014-07-20
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I can't answer that because I don't know where you live or the cost per kilowatt of electricity for your area.
- Raymond O. on 2014-07-20
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I am not sure. we live in an apt. building where rent includes electric. No separate bill for it.
- Sharon P. on 2014-07-22
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I run it only when temperature gets into the 90's. Usual bill is about $75 to $85 every other month. The bill last year when I ran it was $98.
- Siar A A. on 2014-07-21
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We have seen a $30 increase in our electric bill for the month of July, but we have ran the unit every day for at least 6 hours as it was a super hot month! Still much less than I hear folks saying their AC costs!
- ADRIENNE R. on 2014-07-27
Question:
Does anyone know why my unit is going through so much water in the side tank? I have two identical units and last year this one was fine. I recently started using the ac and there is a huge increase in water consumption... Huge like 5/6 tanks or more through the day compared to 2 last year. My newer unit is still only using 1/2 tanks but the year older on changed dramatically. It's useless ANSI can not be here all day to keep it filled. >>> Also does anyone know - If I set up a self drain line c
- Toni M. on 2014-07-21
Answer:
If the portable ac was moved and now being used in a larger or hotter room, this will affect the amount of water being used by the unit. Also, if humidity in the room\area is high; this will also have an affect on the amount of water that is needing to be drained. If a continuous drain line is hooked up, it will not affect the energy efficiency as they are two different water reservoir tanks.
- CustomerServiceSTAFF on 2014-07-24
Question:
does this unit have to be installed in a window?
- Anonymous on 2014-08-21
Answer:
The New Air AC-14100E, requires ventilation. The exhaust hose can be vented out a window, door, wall, & ceiling as options.
- CustomerServiceSTAFF on 2014-08-22
Answer:
Yes. The exhaust hose - which blows warm air- has to be vented out a window. The unit comes with a kit to do so. Also, we have ours continuously draining out he window as well.
- Nicole S. on 2014-08-21
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No, but it does need to be vented. You can vent best out of a window.
- Sara G. on 2014-08-21
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No, you do not need to vent it out of window. If you have a floor crawl space, you can vent it through the floor. The unit is on wheels. It is not a window A/C unit.
- Carol S. on 2014-09-13
Question:
So how wide/tall a window with the extensions accommodate? I can't find this very basic information anywhere.
- customer on 2015-06-25
Answer:
Upto a 60" tall window. This is designed for windows that slide open left to right. The piece is 6" wide that fits into window opening. Ours is installed in a 60" window and works great
- brian t. on 2015-06-26
Answer:
Hello, The window kit extends to 59". The kit can be installed horizontally or vertically, depending on what time of windows you have.
- Mark S. on 2015-06-25
Question:
is this a120v or 220v unit ?
- dan p. on 2015-07-13
Answer:
Hello, This is a 120 volt unit.
- Mark S. on 2015-07-14
Answer:
120v
- bryan e. on 2015-07-13
Question:
where can I find a smaller version of this - 5000-6000 btu for a smaller room ?
- Anonymous on 2015-08-02
Answer:
Hello, We actually do not make any units smaller than 10,000 BTUs and I don't believe I've seen a portable unit that small. Most of the units at that BTU range are typically window units.
- Mark S. on 2015-08-03

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