Installing a line set cover is the icing on the cake for your mini-split system. If you want your setup to look the most professional and clean with added performance benefits, a line set cover is a must-have accessory with every new and existing mini-split system.
The Line-Hide system from Mitsubishi protects your line sets from exposure to the elements, including UV rays which can break down insulation over time.
They are also designed to protect drain lines and wiring. As an added benefit, the Line-Hide system is paintable so you can match the color of your siding, preserving the décor of your home.
What is Line-Hide?
Line-Hide is a product from Mitsubishi Electric that is designed to conceal and protect your copper line set and control wiring required for a mini split system.
Can UV rays really damage my line set?
The insulation used in line sets does break down over time. Direct exposure to sunlight and the elements hastens this breakdown.
How does Line-Hide help?
Line-Hide helps protect line sets because it forms a barrier around the line set and control wiring that prevents direct exposure to sunlight and elements. Line-Hide is made of high quality PVC with UV inhibitors for outdoor service in all weather conditions.
Can I paint Line-Hide?
Yes! Line-Hide can be painted with most house paints to match exterior décor.
How do you install Line-Hide?
Installation is a breeze with the modular design and snap-on components. Where screws are required, they are included with the products.
Can I use Line-Hide indoors?
Yes! Line-hide meetes UL94v-0 for interior applications. Use it anywhere you want to conceal cabling, piping, or wiring.
A Typical Application
CD - Split Line Tube: Conceals and protects line set, drain tubing, and connecting wire from elements
NR - End Socket: Used to seal line set cover at condenser
NE - Horizontal Elbow: Used to turn on the wall of installation (avoid obstales such as windows, etc.)
NC - Vertical Elbow: Used to turn into or away from the wall of installation (Go around corners, under soffits, etc.)
NS - Socket/Coupling: Used to connect two split line tubes (CD) in a straight run
NW - Wall Cover: Used to seal around wall penetration
Choosing Your Size
Line-Hide products come in different sizes, so you'll be able to get the perfect fit. Below, you'll find a quick reference table we've created to help you easily find the correct size of line-hide for your application based on the number and size of your line sets.
# of Line Sets
1/4" x 3/8"
1/4" x 1/2"
1/4" x 5/8"
3/8" x 5/8"
Notes: 1. While size 60 line-hide may fit some application, we suggest using size 75 to allow for easier installation. 2. If you have multiple sizes of linesets, we suggest using the largest size for the cross-reference table above.
Links to Common Products
Below you'll find links to the most common line-hide products. With a combination of the pieces below, you can successfully install the line-hide system for most basic applications.