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Want to find out more about the Coleman-Mach 8 rooftop air conditioners and heat pumps?

by Kimberly Shellborn
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Informational videos are available for Coleman-Mach customers. — Photo courtesy Coleman-Mach

Located at www.rvcomfort.com/rvp/products/rooftop/mach8.php, the first of the videos explains in detail all the features and benefits of this outstanding product. Its mere eight inch profile means the Mach 8 AC unit offers less height and less drag to deliver improved fuel efficiency. Offered in 9,200, 13,500 and 15,000 BTU versions, the entire unit weighs just 87 pounds, making it the lightest ultra-low profile AC system on the market today.

This unit delivers the same degree of cooling whether used on high or low speed. The high speed is optimal for cooling and air flow during the day, with the ultra-quiet low speed ideal for nighttime cooling. The system shrugs off high temperatures, able to withstand even desert conditions up to 125 degrees F.

The website's second video outlines the system's simple installation instructions. Backwards compatible with most Coleman-Mach air conditioners and interior ceiling plenums, the Mach 8 mounts easily in a 14 to 15 inch square roof hole. In step-by-step fashion, the video describes how to position and wire the AC unit, reminding users of the importance of following all local and national electrical codes. The equipment requires trained personnel for safe installation.

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