18" x 38" x 3" E Lite Plastic Equipment Pad

Item: HA12037
Model: EL1838-3
Condition: New

18" x 38" x 3" E Lite Plastic Equipment Pad Zoom

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Model EL1838-3
UPC 095247093373
Material Plastic
Product Height (in) 3
Product Length (in) 18
Product Width (in) 38
Weight (lbs) 9.0000
California Residents see Prop 65 WARNING


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Is there an air filter
How much weight does this support? Enough to support the MrCool Universal 4-5 ton condensor?
We are going to purchase a 12x12 Tuff Shed with 8ft walls. Our plan is to insulate and the walls with drywall. We will be using to building as an exercise room. We plan to run a 120/240 electrical service to the building. We live in Charlotte, NC so we have high temps and high humidity during the summer. Winter temps typically don't go lower than the 20's. Would a 9k BTU mini split unit be sufficient to heat and cool the building and maintain proper humidity inside?
Question 1. Is the line set a total of 25 feet including the section attached to wall unit.?
Or is the rolled lineset 25 feet, plus the 3 plus feet from from air unit.?
Con drain line have a rise in it?
MRCOOL Universal 2-3 Ton Condenser claims in the Owners Manual, that the mounting dimensions are 37" x 20 7/8".
This pad being 18" wide; Is it wide enough for the feet to mount?