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Fujitsu High Static Three Phase ARTC90LATU (25.0kW / 28.0kW)

Fujitsu High Static Three Phase ARTC90LATU (25.0kW / 28.0kW)

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    Very impressive performance.

    Date PurchasedApr 2017
    Fujitsu A.Fujitsu

    We are glad to hear that you are enjoying your Fujitsu Air Conditioner and took the time to provide feedback of your experience. Thankyou

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    Kris N.
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    High Static Three Phase ARTC90LATU (25.0kW / 28.0kW)

    Does the ARTC90LATU air conditioner meet AS1668.2-2002 regulations?

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    Fujitsu A.Fujitsu

    Hi Kris, Thank you for your question, please be advised this Standard specifies design requirements for natural ventilation systems and mechanical air-handling systems that ventilate enclosures, and sets minimum requirements for the ventilation of enclosures. This standard does not apply to just the air conditioner and the ventilation system needs to be looked at. For any further questions please don't hesitate to contact Fujitsu Technical support Tel: 1300 364 484 and they will do their best to assist you.

    High Static Three Phase ARTC90LATU (25.0kW / 28.0kW)

    Hi , i would like to know why one of the two blower fan motor blow less air than the other blower in the roof internal unit on cooling auto mode.i have also notice the fan blowing less air is more likely running on low speed when the other blower fan motor blowing air on higher speed. Is it suppose to run the same speed on both blower fan motors at the same time? You help to this answer would be highly appreciated .Thanks Salim

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    Fujitsu A.Fujitsu

    Hi Salim, in regards to your question, The indoor unit has two fan motors and two fan blades. If there is a problem with either of these, the fan will produce less air on one side. If you are referring to the actual outlets in your rooms, depending on how the system is designed will dictate how much air comes out of each outlet. For example, if there are 5 outlets on one side of the ducted unit and 7 on the other, the amount of air coming out of the outlets where there are 5 outlets will be more compared to the side that has 7.
    If you would like to discuss this further please don't hesitate to contact our technical support team who will be happy to chat through your questions Tel: 1300 364 484.


    Hi ,actually both outlets were removed from the ducted unit and i notice the difference of air blowing out from the ducted unit itself ,facing the ducted unit the left hand fan blower vlow less air and run slower compare to the right side one. Waiting your respond.Thanks

    Fujitsu A.Fujitsu

    Hi Salim, please can you call technical support Tel: 1300 364 484 whilst you are in front of the unit so the boards and fan motor and tech support can advise how to test these. Also before you call please can you check the fan blades are not damaged.

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    Fujitsu High Static Three Phase ARTC90LATU (25.0kW / 28.0kW)


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    CategoryDucted Air Conditioners
    Price (RRP) $7,399.00
    Features Inverter and On/Off Timer
    Cooling Power25 kW
    Heating Power28 kW
    Auto Cleaning (Self Cleaning)No
    Auto Restart FunctionYes
    Weekly TimerYes
    Indoor Unit Dimensions 550 x 1587 x 700 mm
    Outdoor Unit Dimensions 1,690 x 930 x 765 mm
    Max Indoor Sound Pressure Level49 dB
    Max Outdoor Sound Pressure Level59 dB
    Operating Temperature for Cooling-5 to +46
    Operating Temperature for Heating-15 to +24
    Manufacturer Warranty5 year(s)
    ManualDownload manual
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