Airrex HSC-36 User`s manual
AIRREX AIR CONDITIONER
Operating Instruction &
Parts Manual
Model : HSC-18PLUS/24PLUS
Please read and save these instructions. Read carefully before attempting to assemble, install, operate or maintain the product described.
Protect yourself and others by observing all safety information. Failure to comply with instructions could result in personal injury and/or
property damage! Retain instructions for future reference.
▶ Thank you for purchasing an AIRREX AIR CONDITIONER. BEFORE operation please read this
user's manual carefully.
▶ Keep this manual readily available.
▶ It is ESSENTIAL that you read it carefully before use, and follow it at all times.
▶ The Air Conditioners are specified for use on a 115V~ 60Hz 1ph for models HSC-18PLUS, and
220V~ 60Hz 1ph for model HSC-24PLUS single phase power supply. You must check that the local electricity
supply is the same and have the appropriate plug fitted by a qualified electrici an.
▶ Please complete the warranty form now and keep in a safe place.
▶ We have a policy of continual improving to our products. The contents (features and specifications) in this
manual are therefore subject to change without notice.
Description
Airrex air conditioners operate in air temperatures from 72℉ to 113℉. These air conditioners utilize eco-friendly
R-410A refrigerant. Airrex air conditioners air conditioners may require a fresh air supply for proper operation.
Includes removable, washable air filters for easy maintenance. Thermostatically protected compressor includes
high and low pressure warnings. Moves easily on (4) swivel casters (2 locking).
Air conditioners feature (2) 5" diameter front cold air discharges and a HSC-18PLUS(12") / HSC-24PLUS(12")
diameter top warm air discharge. ETL listed. Optional condensate pump that plugs directly into the portable
air conditioner.
Unpacking
After unpacking the unit, carefully inspect the unit for any damage that may have occurred during transit,
such as any loose, missing, or damaged parts. If damaged, immediately file a claim with the carrier.
NOZZLE TYPE
LOUVER TYPE
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SPECIFICATIONS
BTU/h
kW
Cooling Capacity
HSC-18PLUS HSC-24PLUS
16,800
(4.92)
23,500
(6.89)
Power Supply
115V~ 60Hz 1Ph
220V~ 60Hz 1Ph
Dimensions
(WxDxH)
19.3 X 24 X 48 19.3 X 24 X 48
Weight
lb
165
171 1.85
2.86
Power Consumption
kW
Current Consumption
Amp. 16 13
Air Flow Evaporator
CFM
423
459
Air Flow Condenser
CFM
720
780
5-20
6-20
1.65 2.1
Nema Plug
Refrigerant(R-410A)
lb
Air Filter
▶ High Pressure Switch
▶ Fan motor protection
▶ Low Pressure Switch
▶ Tank position indicator.
▶ Auto ‘Full Tank’ shut off. ▶ 3 min. delay timer.
▶ Thermostat and relief valve for compressor
Safety Devices
Power Cable
Aluminium Mesh Cartridge
DEVICE
Plug
Length
Operating Range
9.8 ft.
72℉ DB 60% RH ~ 113℉ DB 40%
High Pressure
psi (kgf/cm2)
441 (31)
Low Pressure
psi (kgf/cm2)
185 (13)
Max. Duct Length
Cold Duct
30 ft. (Nozzle Type Only)
Hot Duct
Fuse in power box
in Machine body
40 ft.
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WIRING DIAGRAM
HSC-18PLUS
HSC-24PLUS
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GENERAL SAFETY INFORMATION
* Ensure the safety of the location in which cooler is to be used.
* Ensure you allow at least 20inch air space all around the cooler.
* Never use the cooler at more than 2。 incline.
* Ensure the floor or ground is smooth and sound.
* When in position LOCK the casters to prevent rolling.
FOR MAXIMUM EFFICIENCY
DUCT INSTALLATION
*In airtight areas use vertical exhaust into ceiling.
* If possible locate exhaust outlet through a window
or door to outside.
* Ensure correct electricity supply.
* The duct should be established before using.
(Standard Duct Size : 1ft, 5" dia.)
The following instructions are for ensuring the user's safety and to prevent any physical injury or material
damage. Please read carefully and follow all instructions. There are two sections to these instructions:
WARNING and CAUTION.
* Use a 115V~ 60Hz (HSC-18PLUS), 220V~ 60Hz (HSC-24PLUS) 1 Phase power supply only.
(Wrong supply may cause a fire and / or shock hazard)
* Securely plug into a grounded outlet. (Unless earthed, may cause electric shock)
* Do not use a damaged power cable, plug or socket. (Short, fire or shock hazard)
* Do not remove plug by pulling cable or with wet hands. (Risk of fire and electric shock)
* Before cleaning, remove plug from socket. (Otherwise risk of electric shock)
* Do not place anything on top of the machine.
(This could cause electric shock, malfunction or injury)
* Do not use an extension cord. (Risk of fire and / or electric shock)
* Do not ‘kink’ or sharply bend the power cable nor put any weight on it.
(The insulation may be damaged causing fire and/ or electric shock)
* Do not turn off by removing power plug. Always turn off at control panel first.
(Risk of electric shock and / or malfunction)
* Do not use this cooler on unstable or inclined surfaces. Always use on solid
flat floor. (Risk of falling causing injury, fire or malfunction)
* A damaged power supply cable must be replaced with a new power supply
cord obtained from the product manufacturer and not repaired.
* Do not place cooler on uneven, unstable or inclined surface.
(This could cause malfunction)
* When storing the cooler, ensure that it is kept in a dry, cool place.
(To prevent corrosion and malfunction)
* If not being used for some time or if lightening is present, always unplug
from power. (To prevent risk of electric shock, short circuit or fire)
* Do not spray water on to the cooler nor use solvents such as benzene,
thinner or alcohol for cleaning. (There is a risk of electric shock and / or short circuit)
* Designed for indoor usage.
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ASSEMBLY
FRONT and RIGHT SIDE VIEW
FLEXIBLE Duct Outlet (COLD AIR)
HANDLE
FLEXIBLE Duct Outlet (COLD AIR)
Digital Controller
evaporator filter
Condensed water Tank
To collect water
generated during cooling
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CASTERS (FRONT LOCKABLE)
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BACK and LEFT SIDE VIEW
Condenser Outlet (HOT AIR)
condenser filter
Electric Panel
(ACCESS BY AUTHORISED SERVICE
personnel only)
Power PLUG
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INSTALLATION
WARNINGS REGARDING PROPER LOCATION FOR INSTALLATION
Do not use the unit in explosive environments or in areas where flammable gas
leakage may occur.
Do not use the unit in areas where it will be exposed to rain or water.
Do not use the unit in a corrosive atmosphere.
Do not install the unit on uneven or sloping surface. The unit may roll or topple over
even if the casters are set to the locked position.
MOVING THE UNIT
Unlock the casters and push the unit to a flat, level surface and set the caster brakes to the locked position.
PLUGGING IN THE UNIT
Check the prongs and surface of the power cord plug for dust/dirt. If dust and/or dirt are present, wipe off
with a clean, dry cloth.
Check the power cord, plug and prongs for damage or excess play.
If any damage or excess play is found, contact a qualified repair technician or a qualified electrician to perform
replacement or repair of the power cord, plug or prongs
If the power cord or plug is damaged, repair should only be performed by qualified
electrical personnel.
Do not connect/disconnect the power cord or attempt to operate buttons with wet hands.
This could result in electrical shock.
REMOTE CONTROL
POWER
TIMER
COOL
UP/DOWN
FAN
■ Point remote control at machine receiver.
■ Remote control will not function where strong lights
such as 3 florescent, neon or strong sunlight interferes.
In this case use the remote control directly in front of
the receiver on the unit.
■ when the remote operates a “beep” sound
will confirm that the remote signal has been sent.
■ Remove batteries when you do not use the remote
control for long periods, as leakage can occur.
■ Ensure water and other liquids do not enter the remote control.
■ When using the remote control for the first time remove
the vinyl battery contact cover.
Vinyl
①
②
Dry cell
■ Open battery cover.
· Press ① part way in, in the direction shown by the arrow,
then pull the number ② part towards the direction shown by
the arrow.
■ Exchange Battery.
· Place as indicated +, ■ Close cover
· push until cover “click”.
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OPERATION
⑫
CONTROL PANEL
⑦
⑥
⑧
⑨
⑩
⑪
①
⑤
②
③
④
① Power : Use to power On / Off.
②
: Raises or lowers setting temperature and/ or sleep (off) time.
③ Cool : Use to select cooling mode.
④ Fan Speed : Controls fan low / high speed.
⑤ Off Timer : To set the length of operating time, once turned on, that you wish the
cooler to run for. You can set 0~24 hours. Time intervals are
30mins. up to 10 hours and then 1 hour between 10 and 24 hours.
⑥ Remote : From the long distance (10~20m), you can control the machine by wired remote control.
⑦ Room : If the LED is On, the displayed temperature is for Room temp. If the LED is Off,
the displayed temperature is for spot temp.
⑧ Comp. : When the compressor is operating, the LED is On.
⑨ Error : Error signal ( E1 : High Pressure, E2 : Low Pressure, E3 : Sensor, AF: Eva Freezing)
⑩ Check : If Water full or Align Drain Tank is checking. The LED is On.
⑪ Display : Display Room/Spot temperature, the setting temp and off time in case of
setting them. When the user set the off timer, ‘hr’ will be turned on.
(Display of 'LO' : under the 32℉, Display of 'HI' : over the 99℉)
⑫ IR Remote Signal Receiver Window : Remote control signal is received by wireless remocon.
RUNNING & STOP
1. START BY PRESSING THE ‘POWER’ BUTTON.
·Cooler will start up automatically.
·To STOP the unit, press the ‘POWER’ button once again.
2.To change fan speed, press the ‘FAN’ button.
3.If you wish to operate on fan only, press the ‘COOL’ button. To resume cooling,
press the ‘COOL’ button again.
(Note : There is a 3 minute delay when switching functions to protect the compressor)
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SELECTION of AREA/ROOM or SPOT COOLING
To reduce the temperature of the entire room select 'Area/Room'. For 'targeted' cooling of machinery,
servers, or people etc. select 'Spot Cooling'.
1. If you want to display room temperature,
when air conditioner is operated, push 'cool'
and '▼' button simultaneously for three seconds.
If you want to display spot cooling
temperature,do the same to put it back.
2. If you want to change temperature unit ℉ ↔ ℃,
when air conditioner is stopped, push ▼ and ▲
button simultaneously for three seconds.
TEMPERATURE CONTROL OPERATION
1. When power is ON, the setting temperature is displayed. 2. When you push either ▼ or ▲ button, the setting
Default of setting temperature is as below.
temperature is changed.
·50℉ in Spot Mode. ·60℉ in Room Mode.
Mode
3. The display showing the set temperature will
blink 3 times.
Display range
Setting range
Room Temp
32℉~99℉
60℉~86℉
Spot Temp
32℉~99℉
50℉~86℉
Cooling operates when Room/Spot temperature is
higher than set temperature.
Cooling stops when Room/Spot temperature is
lower than set temperature.
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HOW TO SET THE 'OFF TIMER'
This function enables you to set the length of time you want the cooler to operate.
You can set the time period from 30min. to 24 hours in 30min. and 1 hour increments.
off timer lamp is on
1. When cooler is operating, press the ‘Off Timer’
2. When you have finished setting the time period, the
button and set the length of time you want by
‘Off Timer’ lamp will be on which indicates the cooler
pressing ▲ or ▼. Each time you press the button
is in sleep (Off Timer) mode.
you will increase the ‘time to off’ period by 30mins.
up to 10 hours, and 1 hour thereafter up to 24 hours.
The display will show .5 for 30min and 1 for an hour.
e.g. One and a half hours will show 1.5.
after 1hr
3. If you press the ‘Off Timer’ button during its
operation, the remaining time will be shown.
4. To CANCEL timing, press and hold‘Off Timer’ button for
ONE second. It will then switch the timer off automatically.
ECONOMIC MODE
When the compressor stops longer than 3 minutes in "Room Temp Mode", the Fan is shut off automatically.
This function is applied in "Room Temp Mode" only.
1. In "Room Temp" mode, when air conditioner is
stopped, push either the "Low fan" or "High fan"
button and hold for 3 seconds.
2. The Economic Mode is on when the Room Mode
LED blinks.
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FIRE ALARM SIGNAL CONNECTION
Input Terminal FA1 and FA2
When the signal from the fire alarm system is received,
the air conditioner turns off and does not operate until
the unit has been RESET.
Connecting the fire alarm wire from fire alarm system
1. Remove 'Cap' and the 'Fire Alarm cover'.
2. Use recommended fire alarm wire size from 16 AWG to 26
AWG for a solid wire, or 16 AWG to 22 AWG for a stranded
wire with ring terminal for #5 stud size.
3. Connect fire alarm to terminal FA1 and FA2.
ERROR SIGNAL CONNECTION
Output Terminal ER1 and ER2
The air conditioner will output an Error signal (normal open dry
contact) when an "Error" has occurred, to show what the failure is
on the air conditioner.
Connecting Error Signal with warning device
1. Remove 'Cap' and the 'Fire Alarm cover'.
2. Use recommended error signal wire size from 16 AWG to 26
AWG for a solid wire, or 16 AWG to 22 AWG for a stranded
wire with ring terminal for #5 stud size.
3. Connect the end of the error signal wire to ER1 and ER2,
and the other end to the compatible with varoius warning
devices such as alarm speaker, light indicators, and etc.
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FIRE ALARM SIGNAL RESET
To reset the fire alarm, push and hold "OFF TIMER" key for 5 seconds.
※ ERROR DISPLAY CONDITIONS
NO
Error Display
Error condition
Error LAMP
Error Signal Output
1
E1
High pressure
Error
ON
2
E2
Low pressure
Error
ON
3
E3
Sensor Problem
Error
ON
4
FU
Water Full
Check
ON
5
AF
Anti Freezing
Error
ON
6
TP
Align Water Tank
Check
ON
7
AL
Fire Alarm
Error
ON
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SELF DIAGNOSTIC CODES
The alarm light is activated if abnormal operation occurs, and an error code is displayed on the control panel.
In this case, the compressor will stop operating.
Error Code
Problem
High pressure
Cause
Blocked air filter
Blocked / kinked exhaust duct
Ambient temperature is too high
Corrective Action
Ensure exhaust duct is not
blocked / kinked
Do not use the air conditioner
if ambient temperature is
higher than 113℉
Clean Filters and Coils
Verify Power (Voltage/Amps)
Check Filters Evaporator/Condenser
Check Evaporator/Condenser Coils
Check refrigerant level and/or
refrigerant leak.
Low pressure
Verify Electrical
Refrigerant may be low
AF sensor
If the AF sensor is short
circuited or cut 'E3&1'
displayed and the 'Error'
LED will be on.
RT sensor
If the RT snesor is short
circuited or cut 'E3&2'
displayed and the 'Error'
LED will be on.
Exchange temperature sensor
(Contact Airrex U.S.A. at 1-888535-8841)
OT sensor
If the OT snesor is short
circuited or cut 'E3&3'
displayed and the 'Error'
LED will be on.
Exchange temperature sensor
(Contact Airrex U.S.A. at 1-888535-8841)
Water tank is full
Empty the water tank
Water full
Anti-Freezing
alarm
Evaporator is below 25 ℉
(-4 ℃) due to being used in a
low ambient temperature area.
Exchange temperature sensor
(Contact Airrex U.S.A. at 1-888535-8841)
Do not use the unit in an ambient
temperature less than 72℉ (22℃).
Check refrigerant level.
Align water tank Water tank is not
positioned correctly
Place the water tank
in right position
Fire alarm signal
Fire alarm signal is received
from Fire alarm system.
Reset unit by pushing and
holding the "OFF TIMER" button
for 5 seconds.
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TROUBLESHOOTING CHART
TROUBLE CHECK
REMEDY
NOT
● Power plug incorrectly connected ● Connect plug correctly
● POWER button “OFF” ● Press POWER button to “ON”
● Fuse (supply) blown
● Replace fuse
● Breaker on switch board tripped
● Check load capacity and reset
● Ambient temp. too high (over 113℉,45℃)
● Use only below 113℉,45℃
POOR
● Filter blocked with dust ● Clean Filter
● Dust in heat exchanger
● Clean heat exchanger
● Obstacle against inlet side ● Remove and allow 20" (51 cm) clearance
● Ambient temp. too high (over 113℉,45℃) ● Use only below 113℉,45℃
WORKING
COOLING
MAINTENANCE
CLEANING THE AIR FILTERS
1. To remove filters, slide up a little ① and pull
towards you ②.
2. Clean the filters with water or compressed air.
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3. Clean evaporator and condenser units with a
vacuum cleaner or compressed air.
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1. After cleaning, completely dry
the inside of the unit by
operating on ‘Fan Mode’
for 3 to 4 hours.
2. Turn “OFF” at control panel,
remove plug from socket. Coil
and store cable neatly.
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3. Keep machine suitably covered to
prevent damage by damp,
humidity and dust.
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* For repair parts or service, contact Airrex U.S.A. at 1-888-535-8841
ASSEMBLY DRAWING & PART LIST
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24
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17
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18
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51 53
50
25
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33
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20
6
52
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34
39
21
35
16
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48
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12
40
15
36
38
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13
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47
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37
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45
46
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LOUVER GRILL
48
DUCT 300mm
2
GRILL GUIDE
49
DUCT 300mm
25
26
FAN SIROCCO 9”
PLASTIC FAN BACK
3
FRONT BEZEL
50
FAN PANEL 2
27
CABI TOP ANGLE
4
5
PANEL FRONT
PCB COVER
51
52
DUCT LOWER
DUCT LOWER
28
29
PLASTIC TOP CASE
CABI PANEL BACK
6
FRONT PCB
53
DUCT BASE
7
CONTROL PCB COVER
54
FRONT COVER BRK
30
31
CABI POST REAR LF
8
FAN UPPER
32
HANDLE
9
PROXIMITY SENSOR
33
HANDLE
10
11
LIMIT S/W ZCN-R504C
CABI TP BRACKET
34
35
CABI PANEL RIGHT
CABI FRONT BAR
12
CABI CONDENSER
36
FILTER EVA
13
14
CABI DRAIN PANEL
CABI WATER BOX GUARD
37
38
CABI POST FRONT RN
EVAPORATOR
15
16
CABI LIM
FAN SIROCCO Ø205x110mm
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40
CABI AIR GUARD
COMPRESSOR
17
CABI SIDE SUB CF
41
FILTER COND
18
CABI SIDE SUB RN
42
CASTER 4”NO LOCKER
19
CABI LF
43
CASTER 4”NO LOCKER
20
CABI PANEL PARTITION
44
PLASTIC WATER BOX
21
CABI INDOOR MOTOR BKT
45
CASTER 4” LOCKER
22
MOTOR BLDC
46
CASTER 4” LOCKER
23
CONDENSER
47
CABI PANEL BOTTOM
24
PLASTIC FAN FRONT
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* For repair parts or service, contact Airrex U.S.A. at 1-888-535-8841
HOW to ASSEMBLE of DUCT
1. Insert a 'Base Plate'
by screwing of 12 bolts.
실내온도
2. Insert a 'Duct Base'
by screwing of 4 bolts.
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3. Insert a 'Duct Middle
Base', and fit it by
turning to clockwise.
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4. Fix the Duct Base
by one bolt screwing
from beneath of
Duct Base.
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HOW to ASSEMBLE of LOUVER
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1. Insert a 'Louver Grill',
and fix by 'plastic tilt
guide' with 4 bolts.
2. Insert a 'Grill Guide'.
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Warranty
(Applicable to first retail purchaser only)
AIRREX AIR CONDITIONERS give more reliable performance, comfort and durability
the more they are used. They are built under a strict quality assurance regime
which includes inspection both during and after production and exhaustive
reliability testing.
In the unlikely event you have any problems, please contact Airrex U.S.A at 1-888-535-8841 or
distributor. If the problem is as a result of a production fault or failure, repairs will
be undertaken free of charge during the period of warranty subject to the
following warranty conditions:
1. The warranty period is 12 months from the date of first purchase.
2. If the problem has been caused by customer error or misuse, abuse or
damage, then all repairs will be charged for.
3. This warranty applies to your country.
4. Proof and date of purchase must be supplied.
5. Please complete the details below and keep this warranty in a safe place.
6. All transport charges back to the dealer are at the customers cost. Keep all
original packaging to facilitate return. Return to customer will be at dealers cost
(if genuine warranty claim).
DESCRIPTION
MODEL
AIRREX AIR CONDITIONER
HSC-18PLUS/24PLUS
­Product
Serial No:
DATE OF PURCHASE
Warranty Period
DISTRIBUTOR
(
) Months
Name of Company
Telephone No.
Name :
CUSTOMER
DETAILS
Address :
Telephone :
Manufactured by :
HEPHZIBAH CO.,LTD.
1385-15 JUAN-DONG, NAM-GU
INCHEON, KOREA
TEL : +82-32-509-5834
FAX : +82-32-502-5519
E-mail : [email protected]
Website : www.airrex.biz
Distributed by :
Airrex USA - Corporate Office
5369 N. State Hwy 6
Waco, TX 76712
TEL : 888-535-8841
FAX : 469-574-7924
E-mail : [email protected]
Website : www.airrexusa.com
Mailing Address:
P.O.Box 340
Hewitt, Texas 76643
● Designs and specifications of products are subject to change without prior notice for the improvement of products.
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