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n1redrum
14-12-2014, 10:09 PM
Hi guys

just after abit of advice, I am looking at installing a few floor standing indoor daikin units (FXLQ-P for a VRV3) into cellular offices.

You only seem to be able to come in with the pipes at the bottom of the unit from below or at the back, no side entry.

Because of the type of building (listed) i cannot come through from below because of the floors material. The unit will be against a partition wall so my idea is to run down the other side of the partition (in the office next door) from the ceiling void in trunking and then through the wall into the back of the unit.

will this be reasonable? and will i be ok using a condensate pump in this situation?

any help will be appreciated.

skilts
21-12-2014, 03:30 PM
Unless you can run a gravity drain away from the unit you have no option other than use a pump

install monkey
21-12-2014, 03:57 PM
you can fit a mini orange,mini blue- mini lime would be awkward as you need to keep the sump level with the weight of the the pump too in the gap for the pipe connections or a universal perisaltic