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mini splits

anyone have one?
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Re: mini splits

Apparently not...what the hell is it?



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"mini splits"? Is that like Bacchus doing a split?

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Re: mini splits

sorry ... it is an airconditioner/heat pump that works with no duct work. there is an outside unit and the one that mounts on the wall/ceiling.

some of you may have seen commercials for the mitsubishi model
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Re: mini splits

Huh, pretty cool looking deal. No fundamental science reason it couldn't work.

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Re: mini splits

dude its either an AC or HP, but it can't be both

what do you want to know about em Bub? I have dealt a fair amount with the Sanyo's mostly for server rooms and the like, they seem to be pretty reliable and cheaply as well. Mind you I'm not a fitter, but I play one on TV.

The mitsu's are cool (har har) but are more pricey (then the Sanyo's etc.) I think, but also offer a little more options-wise. York/Carrier/Trane also good, but that goes without $aying.
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Re: mini splits

btw I thought this thread was gonna be about mini-thins
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dude its either an AC or HP, but it can't be both

what do you want to know about em Bub? I have dealt a fair amount with the Sanyo's mostly for server rooms and the like, they seem to be pretty reliable and cheaply as well. Mind you I'm not a fitter, but I play one on TV.

The mitsu's are cool (har har) but are more pricey (then the Sanyo's etc.) I think, but also offer a little more options-wise. York/Carrier/Trane also good, but that goes without $aying.

something i keep seeing is that they will not work if the outside temp is less than 32F. can you confirm/deny that!

do they keep a server room cool?
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Re: mini splits

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something i keep seeing is that they will not work if the outside temp is less than 32F. can you confirm/deny that!
Ill ask. Most of the use I see with them for cooling core spaces etc.

[/quote]do they keep a server room cool?[/QUOTE]
Yeah, when sized appropriately

I do think something like this (for the right price) would be a cool solution for home usage. If you had asked a few months ago I could have gotten you a few 'used' ones before the wrecking ball came.
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