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Find the right unit for your space

Answer a few questions to get a personalized product recommendation. These model recommendations are based on general rules of thumb. Please contact your local Technical Field Representative to discuss your unique application to ensure the unit you choose works best for your specific site usage situation.

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Is there a way to exhaust the air?

Examples of ways to get rid of hot condenser air created by the portable cooling unit would be to add ducting from the unit through a ceiling tile or through a window. Need help deciding?

How to decide if you are able to properly exhaust air

The main purpose of an air conditioner is to provide cooling to a space. The compressor component of an air conditioner generates heat in the process of converting liquid refrigerant into gas. Therefore, the heat generated by the compressor needs to be removed to allow for effective space cooling. Examples of methods to exhaust heated air created by the portable cooling process would be to connect duct to the air conditioner and position the other end of the ductwork out through a ceiling tile or a window.

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Do you need your unit to be able to dehumidify or heat?

Choose the additional climate control feature that best suits your needs. Need help deciding?

Do you need a product that can also provide dehumidifying or heating?

Our portable air conditioners come equipped with multiple built-in temperature control modes. Opting for an air conditioner that also provides dehumidification in a space works well in industrial applications where moisture control is vital. Examples of areas where a dehumidifying mode would be beneficial include: data centers, greenhouses, and processing facilities. Opting for a unit that contains a heating option works well for areas that require supplemental temperature control year-round.

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What is the square footage of the space you need to cool?

The size of your space determines the cooling tons required to effectively cool the space. Need help deciding?

How to calculate the square footage of your space.

To calculate the square footage of your space, multiply the length of the room by the width of the room (in feet). Please Note: Our equipment recommendation is based on the assumption you are cooling a standard one-story, insulated area. If this is not the case, please reach out to one of our experienced Technical Field Representatives at (800) 836-7432 to receive a product recommendation for your unique cooling situation.

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What type of power do you have available to run the unit?

Our air conditioner options include 115V, 208-20V, and 460V types with varying phases depending on the power source present at your facility. Need help deciding?

What type of power is available at your facility to power the air conditioner?

Large industrial, portable air conditioners require high power to run the unit. As a reference, individual residential homes usually have 115 Volts / 1 Phase power; small commercial facilities commonly have 208-230 Volts / 1 Phase power; large commercial buildings usually have 208-230 Volts / 3 Phase power or 460 Volts / 3 Phase power. Check with your facility manager to verify the power you have available at the building you will be cooling.

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What type of power do you have available to run the unit?

Our air conditioner options include 115V, 208-230V, and 460V types with varying phases depending on the power source present at your facility. Need help deciding?

What type of power is available at your facility to power the air conditioner?

Large industrial, portable air conditioners require high power to run the unit. As a reference, individual residential homes usually have 115 Volts / 1 Phase power; small commercial facilities commonly have 208-230 Volts / 1 Phase power; large commercial buildings usually have 208-230 Volts / 3 Phase power or 460 Volts / 3 Phase power. Check with your facility manager to verify the power you have available at the building you will be cooling.

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What is the square footage of the space you wish to cool?

The size of your space determines the cooling tons required to effectively cool the space. Need help deciding?

How to calculate the square footage of your space.

To calculate the square footage of your space, multiply the length of the room by the width of the room (in feet). Please Note: Our equipment recommendation is based on the assumption you are cooling a standard one-story, insulated area. If this is not the case, please reach out to one of our experienced Technical Field Representatives at (800) 836-7432 to receive a product recommendation for your unique cooling situation.

Power Icon

What type of power do you have available to run the unit?

Our air conditioner options include 115V, 208-230V, and 460V types with varying phases depending on the power source present at your facility. Need help deciding?

What type of power is available at your facility to power the air conditioner?

Large industrial, portable air conditioners require high power to run the unit. As a reference, individual residential homes usually have 115 Volts / 1 Phase power; small commercial facilities commonly have 208-230 Volts / 1 Phase power; large commercial buildings usually have 208-230 Volts / 3 Phase power or 460 Volts / 3 Phase power. Check with your facility manager to verify the power you have available at the building you will be cooling.

Power Icon

What type of power do you have available to run the unit?

Our air conditioner options include 115V, 208-230V, and 460V types with varying phases depending on the power source present at your facility. Need help deciding?

What type of power is available at your facility to power the air conditioner?

Large industrial, portable air conditioners require high power to run the unit. As a reference, individual residential homes usually have 115 Volts / 1 Phase power; small commercial facilities commonly have 208-230 Volts / 1 Phase power; large commercial buildings usually have 208-230 Volts / 3 Phase power or 460 Volts / 3 Phase power. Check with your facility manager to verify the power you have available at the building you will be cooling.

Square Foot Icon

What is the square footage of the space you wish to cool?

The size of your space determines the cooling tons required to effectively cool the space. Need help deciding?

How to calculate the square footage of your space.

To calculate the square footage of your space, multiply the length of the room by the width of the room (in feet). Please Note: Our equipment recommendation is based on the assumption you are cooling a standard one-story, insulated area. If this is not the case, please reach out to one of our experienced Technical Field Representatives at (800) 836-7432 to receive a product recommendation for your unique cooling situation.

Power Icon

What type of power do you have available to run the unit?

Our air conditioner options include 115V, 208-230V, and 460V types with varying phases depending on the power source present at your facility. Need help deciding?

What type of power is available at your facility to power the air conditioner?

Large industrial, portable air conditioners require high power to run the unit. As a reference, individual residential homes usually have 115 Volts / 1 Phase power; small commercial facilities commonly have 208-230 Volts / 1 Phase power; large commercial buildings usually have 208-230 Volts / 3 Phase power or 460 Volts / 3 Phase power. Check with your facility manager to verify the power you have available at the building you will be cooling.

Power Icon

What type of power do you have available to run the unit?

Our air conditioner options include 115V, 208-230V, and 460V types with varying phases depending on the power source present at your facility. Need help deciding?

What type of power is available at your facility to power the air conditioner?

Large industrial, portable air conditioners require high power to run the unit. As a reference, individual residential homes usually have 115 Volts / 1 Phase power; small commercial facilities commonly have 208-230 Volts / 1 Phase power; large commercial buildings usually have 208-230 Volts / 3 Phase power or 460 Volts / 3 Phase power. Check with your facility manager to verify the power you have available at the building you will be cooling.

Our Recommendation TC-18B

We recommend the model TC-18B. Please note this unit requires a 115 Volt power supply.

Our Recommendation TC-24B

We recommend the model TC-24B. Please note this unit requires a 208-230 Volt power supply.

Our Recommendation TC-36B

We recommend the model TC-36B. Please note this unit requires a 208-230 Volt power supply.

Our Recommendation TC-60B

We recommend the model TC-60B.

Our Recommendation TC-60B3

We recommend the model TC-60B3.

Our Recommendation TC-60B4

We recommend the model TC-60B4.

Our Recommendation TC-120B3

We recommend the model TC-120B3.

Our Recommendation TC-120B4

We recommend the model TC-120B4.

Our Recommendation TC-12HP

We recommend the model TC-12HP. Please note this unit requires a 115 Volt power supply.

Our Recommendation TC-18HP

We recommend the model TC-18HP. Please note this unit requires a 115 Volt power supply.

Our Recommendation TC-24HP

We recommend the model TC-24HP. Please note this unit requires a 208-230 Volt power supply.

Our Recommendation TC-3612HP

We recommend the model TC-3612HP.

Our Recommendation TC-3623HP

We recommend the model TC-3623HP.

Our Recommendation TC-3643HP

We recommend the model TC-3643HP.

Our Recommendation TC-6021HP

We recommend the model TC-6021HP.

Our Recommendation TC-6023HP

We recommend the model TC-6023HP.

Our Recommendation TC-6043HP

We recommend the model TC-6043HP.

Our Recommendation TC-12W

We recommend the model TC-12W. Please note this unit requires a 115 Volt power supply.

Our Recommendation TC-18W

We recommend the model TC-18W. Please note this unit requires a 115 Volt power supply.

Our Recommendation TC-24W21

We recommend the model TC-24W21. Please note this unit requires a 208-230 Volt power supply.

Our Recommendation TC-36W21

We recommend the model TC-36W21.

Our Recommendation TC-36W23

We recommend the model TC-36W23.

Our Recommendation TC-36W43

We recommend the model TC-36W43.

Our Recommendation TC-60W21

We recommend the model TC-60W21.

Our Recommendation TC-60W23

We recommend the model TC-60W23.

Our Recommendation TC-60W43

We recommend the model TC-60W43.

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