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Old 07-03-2014, 11:34 AM   #4216
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Got my first quote based on my requirements. $44xx nett. Any guru care to comment whether it's cheap or expensive?

Looking for lobang price for Toshiba system 4. Will be for my new place in Q2. Please PM me.

Looking at 4M26SACV, 1 unit M22SKCV, 1 unit M13SKCV and 2 units M10SKCV.
- 16mm OD x 13mm ID drainage pipe
- Armaflex Class 1 1/2" thk insulation
- 23 SWG (0.61mm thk) copper piping
- Standard HDB installation up to 15M for piping length
- Singapore brand wiring only (please specify brand)
- 3C70 wiring from isolator to condenser
- 3C40 wiring from condenser to FCU
- 2 trip installation
- Please specify warranty terms
- All prices must include GST
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Old 07-03-2014, 10:19 PM   #4217
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My sis went to check out the Panasonic sys 3.

They offer to upgrade the copper piping and insulation for another $180 - is that really necessary?

An experts can give advice?

Then we currently have a steel bracket for the existing Daikin condenser, so can retain it for the Panasonic one?

On a budget, so must save whatever can save

The sales guy also tried to push for Fujitsu - he say it's DC inverter so can save even more energy than non-DC ones e.g. Mitsubishi Starmex energy thingey is 1.4 vs Fujitsu's 0.7. That like quite a lot!

What do you guys think?
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Old 07-03-2014, 10:30 PM   #4218
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Got my first quote based on my requirements. $44xx nett. Any guru care to comment whether it's cheap or expensive?
quite standard pricing. Gain City also this price coz i'm looking at this configuration too. The lowest I can find is ard 4.3k from Tim in Renotalk butI cant seems to find reviews on him anywhere even though he is not a newbie.
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Old 08-03-2014, 10:24 PM   #4219
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replacement of existing aircon system

hi,

i am considering to replace my existing daikin aircon system for my condo unit.
currently my aircon system configuration is as following;
For Living Room - System 1 (5.5kw, approx. 18090btu/hr)
For Master bedroom - System 1 (1.03kw, approx. 9924btu/hr)
For other bedroom - System 3 (1.03kw, approx. 9924btu/hr each)

would like a quote for mitsubishi inverter air-con with similar configuration. also i want to use back the existing pipes.

can any good supplier quote me your best price.
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Old 09-03-2014, 01:37 PM   #4220
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To plasticpistola,

Upgrade of materials will depends on ur piping routing & usage rate.
Panasonic now having promo, so prices should be quite attractive...
I will prefer Pana over Fujitsu.
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Old 11-03-2014, 09:40 AM   #4221
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Charges to change pipes

Anyone know what is the estimated charges to change the piping in a condo?? My existing piping is close to 10 years and i did think of changing the pipes together with changing my existing system 3. The blower in my master bedroom is always not cold.

I got 2 quotes for the pipes. 1 quote me for ~$450 per room (x3) while the other quote me flat pricing of $1500.

Is the charges about right??
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Old 15-03-2014, 08:37 AM   #4222
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Need some advice.

Gonna get MSY-GJ10VA (Mitsubishi inverter)

I want to have it installed optimally.

What "better parts" go with it?

So I've been informed to get Inaba Denko paircoil (6.35*0.81 + 9.52*0.81). Are there any other parts that require 'special order' that regular aircon installers do not often include?

Also, to install this pair coil, there some special tools needed? Or will any air con installer know what to do?


Also is 0.71 thickness sufficient for R410A?
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Old 15-03-2014, 11:12 AM   #4223
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Looking for new Air Con.

5 Room Hdb. Looking for a System 4 unit. Any Recommendation ? Need a new unit for my baby. Either Panasonic or Starmex, but told that panasonic only have smaller btu condenser.

What is market price now? Which company or air con supplier is better? Can any one pm me ur quotation or recommendation .

Thanks.

Try to reading few pages of the forum thread. There is alot of item n condition to be take note. Lucky to found this forum.

Thanks in advance.
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Old 16-03-2014, 01:12 PM   #4224
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Dear all

Need some advice please

Im thinking of changing my masteroom ac (12years national Non inverter) cos its abit noisy serviceman say rubber loosen) but my other 2rooms ac still gd cos nobody stay never use. But its better to change all 3 than 1 right?

Actually will b renting out my flat next year so changing to inverter or non inverter more sense?

Pls help me evaluate midea or europace better?both abt $2300 sys 3 inverter

If i change to inverter is it better to change piping or leave it? Gain city will offer rebate for not changie piping?
Salesman keep recommending midea. My piping all trunkg not conceal need to upgrade or can use whats offered standard by gain city?

Thanks so much!
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Old 16-03-2014, 10:42 PM   #4225
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To Teach_Me,

For condo, usually have to get them to come down to see for a accurate quote.

To biatche,
I think normal g23/22 piping with Armaflex insulation will be good enough.

To initial_2004,
Will u be using all 4 units together most of the time?
If not a 27k btu compressor will be good enough, which Panasonic have for 27k btu.
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Old 17-03-2014, 11:20 AM   #4226
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For insulation generally ppl use armaflex, how is yamato or k-flex quality compare to armaflex
Any advice
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Old 17-03-2014, 02:18 PM   #4227
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Inverter System 4 - 9k BTU x 2 + 12k BTU x 1+ 18k BTU x 1

Hi all,

Looking at Inverter System 4 and shortlisted the following options:

1) MHI SCM80 (32k) with SRK25 (9k) x 2 + SRK35 (12k) x 1 + SRK50 (18k) x 1 ($39xx)
2) Daikin 4MKS80 (34k) with FTKS25 (9k) x 2 + FTKS35 (12k) x 1 + FTKS50 (18k) x 1 ($4,6xx)
3) ME 4A28VA (28k) with GE10VA (9k) x 2 + GE13VA (12k) x 1 + GE18VA (18k) x 1 ($3,9xx)

Includes 1/2" armaflex, G23 copper, 16mm water pipe, keystone/tai sin cabling, and standard HDB installation (up to 15 metres).

Two questions to seek your recommendations:
1) Are the pricing reasonable?
2) Which of the brand options would be better (and why) in terms of:
(a) reliability/durability
(b) ease of maintenance/self-clean
(c) service and support

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Old 18-03-2014, 03:03 PM   #4228
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MHI should be cheaper then Mit Electric.
Among the 3, i will choose Mit Electric as its the most value for money.
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Old 20-03-2014, 11:41 AM   #4229
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Is workmanship an issue if reusing piping?

Hi All,

Due to conceal piping, changing them would be a hassel, as such I intend to use back my current piping and just replace my system 3.

I got three quotations for the system 3 which i intended to have but there seems to be a huge price difference

1) Gain City = $2XXX
2) Contractor A = Gain City + $150
3) Contractor B = Gain City - $350

Contractor A is highly recommended for his workmanship, but it seems that he is charging a lot. Was thinking if i should engage him or get the one that offers the lowest price as i am not going to replace my piping.

Thanks in advance for any thoughts and suggestions.
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Old 20-03-2014, 05:44 PM   #4230
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Maybe u can tell us what brand of sys 3 u are replacing?
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