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Windchaser Air Conditioners

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WindChaser Air Conditioners has always pioneered innovative and unique products and strived to meet its commitments and deliver the best to its customers.

Headquartered in California, the organization has been redefining the way products are designed to enhance the choice of overall lifestyle products. The WindChaser portable air conditioners are well known for their affordability, style and efficiency and can provide optimum cooling solutions whenever and whereever you need it.

Features like adjustable thermostats; horizontal cooling air outlet and compact design make it one of the most popular and desirable air conditioners. The product line features a range of products that are designed to offer the most ingenious and personal comfort for your home and office.

7,000 BTU Portable Spot Air Conditioner(SC7): This portable air conditioner is easy to assemble and easy to maneuver and is ideal for spot cooling. Some of the features of these Windchaser air conditioners are:two fan speeds and rotary control to ensure optimum airflow. It also includes a water tank that has the capacity of 2.5L and a dehumidifying capacity of 1.4 pints/hour.

7,000 BTU Portable Spot Air Conditioner (SC7DLX): Featuring a really low noise level of 40dB and R22 refrigerant, this air condition guarantees superior and quiet performance at all times. The air conditioning unit can also be easily transported and plugged in with minimal fuss. The unit comes equipped with a water tank of 2.5L.

9,000 BTU Portable Air Conditioner (PACR91): This air conditioning unit is ideal for office and home use and features a cooling capacity of 9,000 BTU/H. These Windchaser air conditioners don't require you to empty the water tank and offers 4 functions in one unit that of air conditioning, heating (optional), fan and dehumidifier. The attractive and compact design along with wheels ensures easy mobility. The unitís specially designed condensation elimination system offers increased efficiency and performance through the usage of a slinger ring to blow the unitís built-up condensation, cool down and remove heat. When this process takes place, moisture gets vaporized through the exhaust hose thereby removing most of the condensation and even dehumidifying.

12,000 BTU Portable Air Conditioner with Remote Control (PACR121): Offering a high cooling capacity of 12,000 BTU/H along with a specialized Condensation Elimination System makes this air conditioner one of the most popular models. The advanced condensation system easily allows drainage of condensation through 1 of 2 thin rubber drain hoses. The unit also comes equipped with an anti freeze protection, automatic swing vertical louvers and remote control.

Dual Hose 12,000 BTU Portable Air Conditioner (PACRW): This air conditioning unit with remote control features 3-in-1 air cooling system that is equipped with fan mode, air conditioning and dehumidifying. It comes equipped with an advanced R-22 refrigerant and a rotating adjustable thermostat. This dual hose system also includes two hose where one draws in outside air while the second one eliminates warm air.

Dual Hose 12,000 BTU Portable Air Conditioner (PACRWC-HP): This air conditioning unit from WindChaser Air Conditioners is ideal for office and home use and it can even double up as a heater. It offers a cooling power of 12,000 BTU and features dual hose, which means one hose, is meant to draw in outside air while the second removes warm air. It also includes a full function LCD remote control.


Some Other Popular Models

PACRW-HP, PAC9, PACR9.


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