Coming in as one of the first brands to offer a multi zone DIY mini split, MRCOOL offers the DIY-18-HP-230B25 wall mounted air handler for use in almost any installation need while providing a simple installation process. When paired with the proper installation materials, installation is fast, convenient, and cost-effective with MRCOOL’s DIY-18-HP-230B25.
- 18,000 BTU multi zone DIY wall mounted air handler
- Generally suitable to cover an average room in ideal climates
- Direct-from-manufacturer customer technical support available for all MRCOOL DIY units
- 100% sealed and pre-charged system when installed with the right accessories
- Energy Star certified
With a rated output of 18,000 BTU, the MRCOOL DIY-18-HP-230B25 wall mounted air handler can generally heat and cool an average room in ideal climates. Please note that in order to function, this air handler must be installed with a compatible condenser, controllers, and other installation equipment, available at an additional cost. If you have any questions, please do not hesitate to contact us for details.
MRCOOL offers a 5 year parts and 7 year compressor warranty on their multi zone DIY units when installed following the installation instructions and registered online through the manufacturer.
Intelligent Comfort Whenever You Need It
With MRCOOL's WiFi compatibility built-in to each DIY air handler, you can control your home's comfort from anywhere in the world that you have Internet—across town or across the world. This WiFi is easily set up, further improving the ease of this unit's installation.
A DIY Installation Built to Last
When paired with MRCOOL's easy-install precharged line sets and air handlers, the DIY-18-HP-230B25 is installation ready for almost any wall-mounted application. With no need to evacuate the line sets or add refrigerant, this unit can support multi-room heating and cooling without the expensive labor cost of a regular mini split. With this major obstacle out of the way, you will only need to follow the instructions for the unit and hard wire the condenser to power.