National Geographic : 1973 May
GE builds three distinct lines of Central Air Conditioners. General Electric has three lines of We start with the Standard. A good central air conditioners. Regardless of the honest unit at a modest price. We make size of your pocketbook, or the size of your them in seven sizes from 12,500 and house, there's a General Electric central 47,000 btu/h to suit most homes. It has a air conditioner just right for you. compact cabinet, simple styling, a one speed fan and operating economy equal to the industry average. luxe ,36 R1C Standard TA 736 BIA Next up is our Deluxe. This model comes in six sizes from 24,000 to 60,000 btu/h. We charge a little more for the Deluxe because it has a larger condensing coil (which helps make it more economical) and an automatic two-speed fan which lets it run at a quieter low speed. Finally, we have our top-of-the-line Executive. In the Executive, we use an even larger condensing coil than we use in the Deluxe, and an automatic two speed fan, in a large, attractive, champagne colored cabinet. This model comes in three sizes, 37,000, 49,000 and 60,000 btu/h. In these capacities, the Executive's large condensing surface, together with the efficiency of the Spine Fin condenser coils, make this the most economical operating CAC, and quietest outside, too, listed in the January 1,1973 Air Conditioning and Refrigera tion Institute Directory. This Executive data is for electric split system, TA 936E air-cooled condensing units with coil alone (type RCU-A-C).