Filtered outdoor air....Check.
Better get the maintenance contract and include new flex every fall. :) You just can't make this stuff up.
Man, that is a deluxe install there, has a filtered fresh air intake and all, what are you complaining about?:D
Looks like the kind of crap I found on some K-Clinics in the DFW area, only the contractor they were using dressed it up with a protective enclosure around the flex duct......made of ductboard....
hotandtired YOU'RE FIRED ! ... :D
I love the red-neck economizer. :)
Ill be, I have a radio tower site set up similar to that, except flex goes in
the side of the building where a small window used to be. The flex had
completely shreded (took about 12 years though). They did not want
metal duct, so I had to put new flex up with aluminized exterior.
damn .. absolute crust
Atleast they splurged on the good flex.
But it's plastic, that makes it weatherproof doesn't it?:D
thats a beauty! never seen anything like that before! might have a hard time adjusting the fresh air though...
I seen the same deal with a residential unit. Someone put a self contained trailer unit on a house via flex ran through a basement window. At least the put a damper to shut of any air flowing outside in the winter. We removed the unit and put in a split system
At least they used a top of the line RTU... NOT!
Maybe that was one of those "DIY kits" from the internet?
The zip ties are per code though.