POWERFUL AC SYSTEM HAS INCREDIBLY LOW PROFILE

Mar 4, 2013, 20:52 PM by User Not Found
Featuring the lowest profile in the RV industry, Coleman-Mach's new Mach 8 Rooftop Air Conditioners and Heat Pumps stand only 8" tall. This ultra-low profile means less drag and improved fuel efficiency.

Featuring the lowest profile in the RV industry, Coleman-Mach's new Mach 8 Rooftop Air Conditioners and Heat Pumps stand only 8" tall.  This ultra-low profile means less drag and improved fuel efficiency.
 

With two motors, the Mach 8 delivers the same high BTUs of cooling on both high and low speed operation.  It supplies ultra-quiet airflow on low speed for nighttime comfort.  Its one-piece molded fiberglass base pan, an RV industry exclusive, provides excellent durability with reduced weight.
 

Weighing around 90 lbs., the Mach 8 is the lightest ultra-low profile unit on the market.  Retroactively compatible with any Coleman-Mach air conditioning systems, it can be installed easily from the roof for top-down, dual-ducted mounted systems. The Mach 8 is designed to operate even at desert conditions of 125°F.  Rated at 6,000 BTUs, it also has the largest BTU resistance heater of any RV air conditioner.

 
It is offered in 9,000, 13,500 and 15,000 BTU models in either standard air conditioner or heat pump configurations. The Mach 8 is available with black or white shrouds. Since 1967, all Coleman-Mach air conditioners and heat pumps are built in its Wichita, Kansas factory.  Over 5,000,000 units have been built.

Contact RV Products, PO Box 4020, Wichita, KS 67204.  316-832-3400; Fax: 316-832-3493.  rvpsales@airxcel.com; www.airxcel.com.

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