R48C-417 - R Series Condensing Unit / R417A - 230V (Mechanical Control) - 48,000 BTUs

R48C-417 - R Series Condensing Unit / R417A - 230V (Mechanical Control) - 48,000 BTUs

R48C-417 - R Series Condensing Unit / R417A - 230V (Mechanical Control) - 48,000 BTUs

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NEW R Series Condensing Units with mechanical controls (Not Included). Seawater-cooled 48,000BTUs, 230V, 60HZ, R417A. Available with SMXII Control (contact us)

MFG# 701148201

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This system requires your installer's EPA certification before we can ship your unit.* Please email certificate to info@citimarine.com.



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Seawater-Cooled Condensers With Reverse-Cycle Heating

R type remote condensing units are seawater-cooled, reverse-cycle heat pumps for cooling and heating in marine applications. Large R type units are available in capacities from 20,000 to 48,000 BTU/hr.

These condensing units can be installed with up to two Cruisair evaporating units, where the total capacity of the evaporators is equal to R type unit capacity. In cooling mode, full performance is available in seawater up to 90°F (32°C). In reverse-cycle heat mode, they will perform in seawater temperatures as low as 40°F (4.4°C)

R type units have a one-piece chassis/pan with a smaller footprint and two 1/2 in. (13 mm) drain connections. Hold-down brackets secure all four corners and allow for easier installation and removal. The one-piece electrical box with 3 ft. (0.9 m) harness can be remotely mounted. Additional service ports provide convenient charging and servicing.

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Capacity (BTU/h)
Voltage (V)
Cycle (Hz)
Phase (Ph)
Full Load Amps (FLA) Cool (A)
Full Load Amps (FLA) Heat (A)
Locked Rotor Amps (LRA) (A)
Refrigerant Type
Sound Level
Component Type
Condensing Units

*The United States Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) has required that all persons handling refrigerants should be certified. Before shipping you the unit, we are required to verify your installer's certification, or you own, should you have certification.