These units are perfect for cooling industrial sites, repair shops, server rooms, outdoor venues and more.
Learn How to Use The HSC-60 & HSC-70
Watch the video below for a brief overview:
So we’re going to install a five-ton HSC-60 and the HSEC-70, which is also the same footprint but it’s just different power and tonnage.
A basic install when this unit comes to you, it’s gonna come with piece of duct, it’s either gonna be a tile kit or 25-foot length of duct – depending on where you have to run your exhaust there.
So it’s going to come with a condensation line that you’re going to be able to run to a drain, to a sink, or out the door. And then you’re also going to have cable coming off of the unit and your electrician is gonna have to wire directly to the unit. Basically the electrician is going to have to come through the back of the unit and fish it through and it’s going to terminate at your terminal strips inside the unit.
So basic functions of how to work the thermostat: you have your power button and your cool button. If this light is on, it’s telling you that your cooling is working. You also want to verify your compressor lights gonna be on and your room light.
So I’m going to turn on the unit and show you how to adjust the temperature. Up or down the thermostat depending on what temperature you are trying to achieve. In this example, we have a 25-foot duct running off the top of this unit. I don’t have it going out a doorway, but that’s where you want to terminate it – out of a doorway, out of a window, or in an adjacent room where you’re trying to cool.
When you power down the unit it goes through a 60-second countdown before fully shutting down.
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