Atlas' MACH 1811 portable heat pump delivers high-performance heating and cooling

Atlas Sales and Rentals Inc. introduces the MACH 1811 heat pump. Manufactured by NorthWind, Inc., the MACH 1811 1.5-ton heat pump is rated at 21,000+ BTU heating capacity and approximately 17,000 BTU cooling capacity.

Compact in design, the MACH 1811 uses an efficient, true heat pump and a refrigeration system with large coils that deliver high performance heating and cooling. An exclusive blower and motor ensure smooth, vibration-free operation at all settings. Unlike space heaters with glowing coils, the MACH 1811 delivers ample heat at temperatures below the combustion point for enhanced safety and comfort. It is also the only unit of its type to clean the air with an electrostatic filter that captures dust and other particulates to protect equipment and furnishings.

For ease of use, the portable unit features electromechanical controls in place of complicated electronics. A remote thermostat is available for use where tight temperature tolerances are needed. Another feature of the MACH 1811 is its condensate removal system that allows the user to choose between collecting condensate in a tank or pumping it out. Both capabilities are built into the unit.

The MACH 1811 heat pump is available from Atlas for rental or purchase and is suitable for primary, supplemental or emergency heating and cooling. Applications include offices, industrial plants, nursing homes and multistory buildings that need supplemental heating to accommodate temperature setbacks and seasonal changes. The MACH 1811 heat pump offers heating from 50°F and higher, high ambient cooling to 115°F and low ambient cooling to 55°F.

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