HW2HESAWW9 12,000 BTU (ASHRAE) Compact Portable Air Conditioner with Dehumidifier & Fan
12,000 BTU (ASHRAE) | 8,600 BTU¹ (SACC)
- COMPACT, POWERFUL, & PORTABLE—Perfect for use in areas up to 550 sq. ft., save money on electricity bills by rolling this portable unit from room to room for fast, powerful cooling
- PEACE OF MIND FROM A BRAND YOU TRUST—Thermal overload protection provides added safety while dual dust filtration extends product life and performance by keeping internal system clean
- HASSLE-FREE INSTALLATION—Easily set up your new portable air conditioner and start cooling down shortly after unboxing with the included exhaust hose and window bracket
- QUIET OPERATION—Get a good night’s rest with one of the quietest PACs in its class, producing only 50 dBA on its highest setting, comparable to a normal conversation
- DESIGNED FOR COMFORT—Elegant mirage display ensures easy readability while a convenient remote control lets you adjust settings from anywhere in the room
*In October 2017, the Department of Energy implemented a new testing procedure which takes different factors into account and generates a lower BTU rating of portable air conditioners to indicate capacity. However, the actual capacity has not changed – the difference is simply due to the different testing procedure. There have been no internal changes to these units, and the functionality remains the same. Please refer to room size guidelines to find the portable air conditioner that best meets your needs. Please also refer to the AHAM website.
**Cooling area coverage can be affected by environment conditions. E.G.: Poorly insulated windows and doors, more sunlight or more heated appliances in the room will be slower to cool down than a room shaded from sunlight or without heated appliances. Check the Cooling Guide for more tips on this.
Compared to central air conditioning, portable ACs help save energy as you can cool only the rooms you need, whereas central air conditioning is set up to cool an entire home or building. Central AC is also a much more costly investment to purchase and install compared to portable ACs.
Square Footage -> BTU Rating (ASHRAE)
250-350 -> 8,000
350-450 -> 10,000
550-700 -> 14,000
Remember to consider factors that can affect the number of BTUs required to cool your space, including number of windows, level of insulation, presence of heat-producing appliances, ceiling height, and number of people occupying the space.
*For models with heating mode function.
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