Benefits & Features

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MRCOOL PRODIRECT® Series Heat Pump A/C Condensers

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R-410A Refrigerant

Environmentally Friendly

These condensers are pre-charged at the factory with R-410A environmentally friendly refrigerant.

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Painted Galvanized Steel Cabinet

Durable & Attractive Case

The galvanized steel cabinet and thermal insulator reduce heat and cooling losses as they prevent condensed water accumulation

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Gold Fin® Corrosion Protection

Corrosion Resistant

Live on the coast? Don’t worry, our condenser is built to resist long term corrosion.

Multi position

Multi-Position Installation

4-way Configuration

This multi-directional unit can be used for any application you need.

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Removable Filter

Easy Replacing

The unit has a detachable air filter for easy cleaning or renewal.


Motor & Blower

Fan Type

The condenser has a single speed AC motor, and the air handler has a 3-speed direct drive motor with a 10” diameter fan.

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Protected Coils

Enhanced A-Coils

The "A" shape evaporator coils constructed with copper tubing are kept safe by enhanced aluminum fins.



10 Year Limited

The ProDirect comes with a standard 10 year limited warranty for the original registered owner.

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Weather Protection

The MRCOOL® Gold Fin® condenser helps to improve heating efficiency.

Water won't stick to the condenser's coils, so don't worry about rust or corrosion.

Our Gold Fin® coating is non-toxic and environmentally friendly.

The corrosion resistant coating on the galvanized steel frame protects your unit from the elements.

The galvanized panels and our Gold Fin® coating guard against rust and improve the unit's lifespan.
NOTICE: MRCOOL® products must be installed in accordance with all applicable local, state and federal codes and regulations.   Unless explicitly stated otherwise, installation must be completed by a licensed / certified HVAC technician.   ALL electrical connections to a power source must be performed by a licensed electrician and comply with local, state and federal electrical codes and regulations.