The Model 7060 features a low overall height of approximately 8 in. (20 cm) and a rated output of 25,000 BTU/hr.
Visionaire Inc., an OEM provider of air conditioning products, has announced the Model 7060 roof or wall mounted air conditioning system for heavy duty off-highway equipment. This air conditioner features a low overall height of approximately 8” (205mm), has a powder coated steel chassis, and a rated output of 25,000 BTU/hr.
“We were very pleased with the results from our tests of the 7060”, said Bill Kerr, Visionaire, Inc. VP of product development. “It exceeded our design goals for performance with the least possible impact on overall cabin dimensions.”
The 7060’s unique design allows for horizontal or vertical installation, with very little space required for mounting, according to the manufacturer. The use of a multi flow condenser reduces the overall height, while still being able to withstand the abuse in the harshest conditions. The 7060 adds to Visionaire’s growing family of climate control products. It fills a gap between their compact 7000/7100 units and the larger 7070 systems often found on railway equipment.
“When planning for the 7060 we focused on creating an affordable product that would be as compact as possible without sacrificing the performance and reliability we are known for.” said Frank Pechacek, Visionaire, Inc. President. “We wanted an OEM quality product that would be within reach of an end user or independent A/C shop.”
Forced air cab pressurization and hydraulic compressor drive are some of the options available.
Visionaire Inc., founded in 1994 and headquartered in Grand Prairie, TX, designs and markets many cabin ventilation products for the off-highway equipment market. All of their systems are made of powder coated steel and are designed to withstand use in the off-highway environment.
For details on this product, or to see what else Visionaire Inc. has to offer, contact their sales department at 972-647-1056 or email firstname.lastname@example.org or email@example.com, or visit their website – www.visionaire-inc.com.
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