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Thread: Waterview (D18, 99-year Leasehold, Sim Lian Group)

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    [QUOTE=acidic.straw][FONT=GillSans][SIZE=4][COLOR=#231f20][FONT=GillSans][SIZE=4][COLOR=#231f20][FONT=GillSans][SIZE=4][COLOR=#231f20]
    Wonder what's the Sound Transmission Class (STC) for WV? Anyway can find out?

    From what I gather, should be around 40 to 50 with two gypsum boards and steel struts, the higher range if insulation is also used. So if your long range camera can pick up insulation being installed and many thks for the beautiful pics and also to leesg123

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    Hmm SL for once more generous instead of going for cheaper options? haha

    Quote Originally Posted by NorthernStar
    Fig #21 clearer.. should be MXY and is a ceiling concealed inverter.


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    Quote Originally Posted by joycewangwen
    who can read the model no? first 3 alphabet is "MXY" or "MUX"? the former is for inverter, the later is for conventional.
    Aircon specialist also hv!!!! Hahahahahah!!!
    The people at WV can really turn the world upside down!!!
    Yes, it's MXY!!!

    We have been inverted!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by chestnut
    Can I ask the early birds... Did u all get it at about 850 psf?
    Mine is stack 5, 7th floor, 3bedder, bought it at 867psf on 16th nov 2010..... Good??

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    In the photo Waterview Nov 12-95 (where you find brand of aircon) zoom into the bedroom window - you'll find the internal timber door.

    Check it out.

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    Confirm aircon model. Sharpened and enlarged the photo so you can see it very clearly here

    Attachment 4909
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    Quote Originally Posted by Kengar
    Hmm SL for once more generous instead of going for cheaper options? haha
    Hmnn, so they are using the Starmex MSY Series Wall Mounted Type. We see only 2x MXY 4A38VA for the outdoor units (ie condensers), should there be 1 more ? For 3 bedders, I see 3 electrical isolators in the contract. But 3 is rather extravagant. More likely its 1 condenser to 2or3 fan coils (living and dining plus study if you have one) and the other condenser to the 3 bedroom fancoils for the 3 bedder. Then why two air con ledges 9each can take 2 condensers). AQBP has only 1 aircon ledge with 2 condensers and 2 isolators to 5 fan coils for the 3 bedder.

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    Quote Originally Posted by acidic.straw
    Confirm aircon model. Sharpened and enlarged the photo so you can see it very clearly here

    Attachment 4909
    Maybe it's a trick. Different compressor in an impressive packaging. Hahahah!!

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    In case you want to get an idea on how big the window is, the middle window for the bedroom (stack 14 is 1007x1213mm)....apologies for the lousy photoshopping

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    Quote Originally Posted by jbtay
    Hmnn, so they are using the Starmex MSY Series Wall Mounted Type. We see only 2x MXY 4A38VA for the outdoor units (ie condensers), should there be 1 more ? For 3 bedders, I see 3 electrical isolators in the contract. But 3 is rather extravagant. More likely its 1 condenser to 2or3 fan coils (living and dining plus study if you have one) and the other condenser to the 3 bedroom fancoils for the 3 bedder. Then why two air con ledges 9each can take 2 condensers). AQBP has only 1 aircon ledge with 2 condensers and 2 isolators to 5 fan coils for the 3 bedder.

    wow Mr.Tay, you the MAN! Expert la!
    hungry eat sleepy sleep

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