Amcor ALD12000M 12000-BTU Portable Air Conditioner with Manual Controls

List Price: $429.00

Our Price: $409.00

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Product Description

The Amcor ALD 12000M portable air conditioner is designed to fit most average-size rooms up to 400 sq. ft. Manual controls are specifically recommended for use in Server rooms. In case of a power failure, the unit will automatically restart when power resumes. This model also functions as a 65 pint dehumidifier. Self Evaporating Technology - During the cooling process, water is extracted from the air into the unit. Most of this water is then recycled and used to cool the unit and make it run more efficiently. Approximately 65 to 70% of water condensed is evaporated out with the exhaust air, reducing the hassle of emptying the water tank constantly. This unit has a built-in water tank (not removable) with a drain outlet, and a water tube. When the tank fills, the compressor stops operating and the power light will flash. This indicates that the tank should be emptied. Included with the unit is a window and a wall exhaust kit. AC must be vented via exhaust hose (included). Note: If your room has a heat source such as direct sunlight or computer servers, the AC coverage area may be reduced.

  • Portable air conditioner for rooms up to 400 square feet
  • 12,000-BTU cooling capacity; manual controls; 2 fan speeds
  • Efficient self-evaporating system; built-in water tank; 8-hour timer
  • Washable air filter; carbon filter; window and wall exhaust kit included
  • Measures 17 by 16 by 30 inches; 1-year limited warranty
Customer Reviews:
  • Only for apt dwellers
    If i could've gotten a window unit i would have it. But i can't, so i settled for this. It does the job. The few problems though is with the exhaust pipe. Its too small, and easily slips off the back of the unit. Also the Adjustable bar doesn't fit thru the window. Probably the apt fault though since this a Pre Depression building.
    Instruction booklet is lacking, but it tells you what you need to know.
    Other than that its worth the cost. ...more info