Anybody seen one of these? Clicky
I am considering a second A/C and wondering if anyone on the forum has one.
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Gree is a fairly large company building all types of AC systems from little RV units to huge commercial AC's & chillers.. I'd sure wouldn't hesitate to try them.
Here's a little blurb from their homepage.
As a specialized air conditioning manufacturer, Gree is presenting advanced and high quality airconditioning products to global consumers. With six (6) manufacturing plants based respectively in Zhuhai (headquarters), Chongqing, Hefei, Brazil, Pakistan and Vietnam, Gree employs more than 40,000 employees, working on both residential and commercial air conditioners of 20 varieties, 400 series, 7000 models and nearly 3000 technical patents; all to satisfy different demands by different consumers. The GMV digital VRF system, centrifugal type water chiller and sine wave D.C. inverter driven air conditioner filled the absence in production of high-tech products among Chinese enterprises. Being the model that developed from a "made-in-China" enterprise to "created-in-China" enterprise, Gree has gained wide reputation in the international industry.
Just a bit off subject but I always thought about using a swamp cooler type air conditoning which are available for RV's as the second a/c. That might work out for some camping off the power grid situations. You certainly couldnt use the two different type of air conditoners together however with one putting in wet air and the other one pulling out wet air haha...
The only thing I dont think I could live with would be the 2nd air conditioner mounted directly over the sleeping bed setup. Seems like that would be rather close. IN my setup I can reach up and almost touch the ceiling when laying in bed.
Alot of folks have them however so must not be too bad...
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The only thing that would concern me a bit about the Gree...the height. If, as on my Cougar, the second A/C mounting point is at the highest point of the trailer (front bedroom vent), then their height, at 14.7" could be an issue and would most likely put you over 13'... I went with a Briskair to stay under that 13' mark.
Just a thought...
My 2 cents, your mileage may vary...
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