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Soleus Air PH4-13R-01 13,000 BTU Evaporative Portable Air Conditioner, 13,000 BTU Heater, Dehumidifier and Fan


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  • 13,000 BTU portable air conditioner and 12,500 BTU heater
  • 60 pint dehumidifier and 3-speed fan
  • Evaporative technology reduces moisture and limits emptying a bucket
  • Programmable digital thermostat
  • Window kit and exhaust hoses included
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Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 21.5 x 22.2 x 34 inches ; 109 pounds
  • Shipping Weight: 100 pounds
  • Shipping: Currently, item can be shipped only within the U.S.
  • Shipping Advisory: This item must be shipped separately from other items in your order. Additional shipping charges will not apply.
  • ASIN: B002VUCA5U
  • Item model number: PH4-13R-01
  • Average Customer Review: 3.1 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (23 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #841,660 in Home & Kitchen (See Top 100 in Home & Kitchen)
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Product Description

All in one powerful machine, this unit includes a 13,000 BTU portable air conditioner, 12,500 BTU heater, 60 pint dehumidifier, and 3-speed fan. The evaporative technology reduces moisture and limits emptying a bucket. Features a programmable digital thermostat, easy-to-read multi-color display, a 24-hour clock timer, LCD remote control and on-board control panel to operate all functions. Also included are heavy duty casters for maximum portability and a window kit with exhaust hoses. Output 115V (60 Hz), 1100 Watts and 10 Amps, with size measurements of 19 (W) x 18.5 (D) x 32.25 (H) inches and weighs 88 pounds. A 1-year limited warranty included.

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Customer Reviews

There is also no radiators for heating.
Jamily L Gray
It appears the drain line for the unit is not placed far enough back, and so the water pan just drips out of the unit, right onto the floor.
Nicholas Karamanos
It is made of cheap plastic, and it does break when ice builds up inside.
Teri S. Hanright

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

18 of 22 people found the following review helpful By JP on December 6, 2010
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I did extensive research before purchasing my portable air conditioner. Thanks to some reviewers I learned that having a dual hose is key, as a double and contrary pressure inside one hose could create problems in the future (the AC pulls air from outside and releases air from the room, it's a double process - get a dual hose). So I searched for a dual hose as a pre-requisite and the only one I found on Amazon was this 13,000 btu Soleus. Even though the room I needed it for was a relatively small bedroom, I went for this item. And I'm so happy I did!

The machine is really big, really huge, and extremely heavy. But pretty good looking, with a great design. Packaging was large and bulk, and it traveled a long way to where I am. The side panels were a bit damaged from shipping and handling and I hoped it wouldn't be a problem, so far not a problem.

There is nothing portable about it. Besides its heavy weight, once you install the window kit, the last thing you want is to keep moving it around and compromise a good installation.

I did not receive one of the accessories, the sliding panel, and the instructional dvd and manual showed that this was necessary for installing the AC on my window, but we figured it out in the end with what we had. My window is a horizontal sliding window. I adapted two of the panels I had (one with two exhaust hose openings and one with no openings) to one end of the window, mending the two to cover the entire vertical length. Attaching the exhaust hoses was really easy, all I had to do was make sure that the window kit was well screwed in my window, to hold, and then stretch the hoses and attach them to the AC unit.

When I plugged it in and turned it on it sounded like I had a plane's engine right inside my room. It was so loud!
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18 of 22 people found the following review helpful By Nicholas Karamanos on August 5, 2010
I purchased this unit in July 2008 and I have had nothing but problems with it. The Soleus support line is always busy, and when you do get someone, they look for an answer and never call back. My front panel to control the unit does not work, and I have tried to get Soleus to replace the panel, with no luck. I have to use the remote control to use the A/C. Around 2 years of service, and the unit started leaking water. It appears the drain line for the unit is not placed far enough back, and so the water pan just drips out of the unit, right onto the floor. You can pay to have the unit shipped back and repaired they said, but the minimum charge is $150 plus shipping charges. Don't waste your money!
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11 of 13 people found the following review helpful By Tech Guy on December 22, 2010
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This thing does not evaporate well, still have to empty the tray every other day. But it does not flood your floor - it shuts off when full.
As for heating - this unit is completely useless. A $50 ceramic unit will heat better than this heat pump.
Don't bother buying if your temp outside goes below 40 - this unit will not heat to keep even 65. (This was heating a room around 250 sq ft)
Overpriced air conditioner.
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5 of 5 people found the following review helpful By Dr. M. A. Dixon TOP 100 REVIEWER on August 19, 2012
I actually purchased Soleus Air PH4-13R-01 13,000 BTU Evaporative Portable Air Conditioner, 13,000 BTU Heater, Dehumidifier and Fan locally as the ones sold on Amazon are getting poor reviews, but mine shoots out 61°F cold air 24/7 and never leaks or needs to be drained although we are having the most humid summer I can ever remember. A favorite 2012 purchase which I would have purchased on Amazon were it not for all the bad reviews there.

UPDATE OCT 21, 2012 - This A/C ran 24/7 up until about a week ago when it finally cooled off and never once did it leak or need to be drained. I am extremely happy with my Soleus Air PH4-13R-01!

UPDATE JUNE 30, 2013 - It was very humid here and I ran this 24hours straight more for the humidity than for the heat at 61°F and it did not leak once. I have it set up to exhaust to the outside and intake inside air as my home is loose. Also I like having it set up next to the entry way window as that way I can use floor fans to direct the air up to 30feet into the room(s) I want. This weighs 80lbs so you really don't want to be moving it all the time. I am very thrilled with this portable A/C, dehumidifier, heater, and fan. I have used it as a heater during the winter too and that was great.
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By Chris Fisher on August 7, 2012
The heat pump for our house is probably a bit too old and under-sized for our house. For the last seven years or so I have placed a very small window AC unit in our (2nd story) master bedroom to help cool the house in the summer. Thinking that the window unit was making the house look a bit trashy we decided to replace it with this unit.

Overall, we are quite pleased with the unit, but it takes up quite a bit of space in the bedroom. Sometimes I think the window unit was easier in that sense - certainly cheaper / took less indoor space.

A word about capacity - the previous unit was only 8000 BTU - this unit claims to be larger in capacity - and it may very well be - but it certainly seems to take a bit longer to cool the room / upper floor of the house. (this seems typical of this type - read up online) BUT - it isn't nearly as noisy as the old unit was. There is a small rattle that is solved by placing a small pillow on the left side of the unit - annoying, but workable.

The remote is probably a cool feature, but we simply set to temp and move on. We never touch it. I'm curious how the heater will work in the winter.

Relatively easy to install - took about an hour - the unit is quite heavy - over 100 lbs easily - takes some effort to move.

Don't turn on for 24 hours after you've moved the unit - especially if turned on it's side. I let the unit sit in our bedroom for a few days as we had to set it at an angle to transport.

CONS - this unit is expensive, takes up a lot of room INSIDE of the house, might take a bit longer to cool than a window unit.
PROS - easy to install, remote nice feature, works pretty well.
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