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Air conditioners: MovinCool

December 5, 2011
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MovinCool®announced publication of a new four-page brochure that covers the complete features and specifications of its CM-Series self-contained, ceiling-mount air conditioners. The CM Series includes the CM12 and CM25 air-cooled models, as well as the company’s latest CMW30 water-cooled unit. The brochure can be downloaded as a PDF from the MovinCool website at http://www.movincool.com/CMbrochure (1.2 MB).

The CM-Series air conditioners, which feature a compact size yet high sensible cooling capacities, are specifically designed to fit into the drop-ceiling space above server rooms, IT equipment closets, small offices and other applications with high heat loads and limited floor space. Built-in flanges and mounting brackets allow quick, low-cost installation using standard, off-the-shelf hardware. The air conditioners’ self-contained design eliminates the need for refrigerant connections or outside condensing units, reducing installation and maintenance costs.

“Small, heat-dense areas such as server rooms and telecom closets can be expensive to cool with traditional air conditioners,” said Fran Labun, vice president, Sales Groups. “Our CM-series of self-contained, ceiling-mount air conditioners offer a cost-effective solution.”

For more information about the MovinCool CM-Series self-contained, ceiling-mount air conditioners, visit 12.5.11 MovinCool body.

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