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Old 09-08-2015, 11:09   #16
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Re: Help with AC load calculations?

Hot flashes last for 6months, later we hope for a wet period back again
Sweet energy (solar) comes with sweet drain of power... not the case for AC
Consider
BETTER INSULATION, MOSTLY AROUND HULL AND UNDER ROOF

A GENNY FOR THE FIRST HOUR, OF HEAVY DUTY

ONE UNIT ONLY, THE BIGGER ONE.. FASTER COOL DOWN

BETTER VENTILATION, USING 5-11dB SERVER FANS :-)
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