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Front and Rear Air Units
Complete Rear Air Units
BTU Cooling 27,000/CFM 630
BTU Heating 28,000/CFM 630
Dimensions: 15" x 9" x 15"
Model 931-50 001 288
16.3 Amps @ 13.5 Volts
Weight: 26.5 lbs.
BTU Cooling 22,500/CFM 375
BTU Heating 22,500/CFM 375
Dimensions: 16.5" x 7" x 14.25"
Model 921-50 001 287
8.5 Amps @ 13.5 Volts
|Weight: 23 lbs.|
|BTU Cooling 24,000/CFM 315|
|Dimensions: 16" x 10.25" x 6.75"|
|Model 925-50 001 051||9 Amps @ 13.5 Volts|
|Weight: 17 lbs.|
|BTU Cooling 32,000/CFM 630|
|BTU Heating 35,000/CFM 630|
|Dimensions: 17.625" x 9" x 15"|
|Model 941-50 000 224||16.3 Amps @ 13.5 Volts|
|Weight: 29 lbs.|
|BTU Cooling 32,000/CFM 650|
|BTU Heating 35,000/CFM 650|
|Dimensions: 17.5" x 13.25" x 9.25"|
| ||18 Amps @ 13.5 Volts|
|Weight: 30 lbs.|
|Also available in vertical mount|
NOW AVAILABLE parts list & instructions
Many of the rear air/heat systems on the market today pull the air first through the single combination heater-A/C coil into the blowers. The air is then sent into the distribution ducts. This is a very common approach in order to package all the components into a small space. The negative side of this approach is that the air passes through the heater section, then the A/C section, and then passes around the blower motor where it picks up additional heat from the motor. This arrangement also is extremely sensitive to any air-intake leakage around the blower housing, which dilutes the conditioned air and increases the discharge temperature.