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Old 28-05-2015, 05:07 PM   #5851
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To zippy79,

Cannot tell from the picture on the quality.

To derrickgoh,

Toshiba is under Carrier, so it's not affected, will still be in Singapore.
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Old 28-05-2015, 06:32 PM   #5852
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Need advice, did anyone do 20 or 25mm drainage pipe for their aircon in their hdb?
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Old 29-05-2015, 07:25 AM   #5853
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Need advice, did anyone do 20 or 25mm drainage pipe for their aircon in their hdb?
Get the 25mm for more smooth runing.
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Old 29-05-2015, 01:36 PM   #5854
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I managed well with 20mm but of cos 25mm will be better. Most dealer offer 16mm, too small imho
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Old 29-05-2015, 03:59 PM   #5855
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I managed well with 20mm but of cos 25mm will be better. Most dealer offer 16mm, too small imho
Aircon will keep draining water like running tap..?
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Old 29-05-2015, 09:13 PM   #5856
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Aircon will keep draining water like running tap..?
Not really..
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Old 30-05-2015, 02:02 PM   #5857
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Hello all,

Going to get change aircon for my father's landed property.. .master bedroom... 5m by 4m.. 1st room.. 3.1m by 2.5m and 2nd room..5m by 3m..Rough measurements

The electrician doing the rewiring recommended MIT heavy under 3k and my sister say 28k btu?

Going to coolserve later to check it out.. Any advise. Thanks
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Hello all,

Going to get change aircon for my father's landed property.. .master bedroom... 5m by 4m.. 1st room.. 3.1m by 2.5m and 2nd room..5m by 3m..Rough measurements

The electrician doing the rewiring recommended MIT heavy under 3k and my sister say 28k btu?

Going to coolserve later to check it out.. Any advise. Thanks
landed house should go for single split for more optimum power and saving at all.

5x4 for 1.5hp and 3x2.5 for 1hp and 5x3 for 1.5hp should be quite sufficient

if you got research and reviews should go with ME starmex and not MHI
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Old 30-05-2015, 02:24 PM   #5859
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landed house should go for single split for more optimum power and saving at all.

5x4 for 1.5hp and 3x2.5 for 1hp and 5x3 for 1.5hp should be quite sufficient

if you got research and reviews should go with ME starmex and not MHI
Single split for the 3 rooms? Never thought of that.. Will look into it.. Thanks
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Old 30-05-2015, 02:48 PM   #5860
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Single split for the 3 rooms? Never thought of that.. Will look into it.. Thanks
Cause i was found it in JB landed house were installed single split for all rooms, ever set to 25 or 26C temp. and slower fan speed or quiet mode can be easily getting cooler than Sg multi split, maybe is due to current limitation
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Old 30-05-2015, 03:42 PM   #5861
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HDB 4 Room Resale Layout Advice

Dear fellow forum buddies,

I've chosen the following and will like to seek your advice.

Mit SM Inverter Aircon with

1) MXY-3G28VA or MXY-4G38VA (will need to check which more suitable)
2) 22 swg copper pipe
3) 1/2" Armaflex class "0" insulation
4) 25mm PVC water drainage pipe


My floor plan



Is there anything i should take note of?

Thanks & Regards,

Jeremy

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Old 30-05-2015, 03:47 PM   #5862
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Dear fellow forum buddies,

I've chosen the following and will like to seek your advice.

Mit SM Inverter Aircon with

1) MXY-3G28VA or MXY-4G38VA (will need to check which more suitable)
2) 22 swg copper pipe
3) 1/2" Armaflex class "0" insulation
4) 25mm PVC water drainage pipe


Is there anything i should take note of?

Thanks & Regards,

Jeremy
28K btu will be suffice
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Old 30-05-2015, 03:55 PM   #5863
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28K btu will be suffice
Hi Gentoro,

Will MXY-3G28VA be sufficient for system 3 assuming 9K fancoils for all 3 rooms (or is there a better fancoil sizing i should take?)

Sorry for the noob questions.

Thanks & Regards,

Jeremy
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Old 30-05-2015, 04:57 PM   #5864
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hi all,

I will be shifting into a 3 room flat and need to aircon the 2 bedrooms. I know nuts abt aircon so would appreciate advice on which brand and model to buy Preferably power saving type.

Dun need a high end model as we will be shifting out in 4-5 years' time due to enbloc. Thanks.
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Old 30-05-2015, 06:02 PM   #5865
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Hi Gentoro,

Will MXY-3G28VA be sufficient for system 3 assuming 9K fancoils for all 3 rooms (or is there a better fancoil sizing i should take?)

Sorry for the noob questions.

Thanks & Regards,

Jeremy
28k btu is suffice for 4 FC.

if cost is not ur concern n comfort is what u care. Get a single system for ur living rm.

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