Airrex USA Spot Coolers
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Product Literature


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Airrex USA Catalog (PDF)




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HSC-24A
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HSC-63
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HSC-14
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HSC-36B
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HSC-70
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HSC-18
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HSC-10W & 10R
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HSC-36/60/70
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HSC-11
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HSC-14S
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AHSC-12
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Technical Questions



Q: How does an Airrex portable air conditioner work?
A: Roll it into position, fit the ceiling kit on, plug it in, and turn it on.

Q: How many square feet does it cool?
A: As a rule of thumb, 400 square feet per 12,000 Btu/h's (12,000 Btu/h's equals one ton of air conditioning). However, you must account for other factors which will affect the total heat load.

Q: What is the water tank for? Do they come with a condensation pump?
A: The water tank is for condensation removal. Portable Air Conditioners collect condensation in the tank at the base of each unit.

Q: Can you use a condensation pump?
A: Yes, except for the HSC-10 and HSC-11.

Q: What is the standard warranty?
A: Standard warranty on all Airrex portable air conditioners is 1 year and 3 years for the compressor.

Q: Is there a check valve on the condensate pumps?
A: Yes, it prevents water from flowing back into the pump.

Q: Are side and front clearances important factors?
A: Yes, clearance is an important factor as well as filters being dirty. In both cases, the AC will not operate properly due to insufficient air flow. 24” of clearance is the minimum for both the evaporator and condenser sides.

Q: What maintenance is required for Airrex portable air conditioners?
A: The only regular maintenance required is cleaning or changing the filters on the units and emptying the condensation. For more details, please refer to the operations manual.