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Air Handlers and All-Electric Furnaces

  • Standard Air Handlers
    Select if:
    • You are replacing a standard air handler or electric forced-air furnace
      And / or...
    • You want a great air handler / electric furnace, but not a top-of-the-line one with the most advanced comfort features
    • Your air handler / electric furnace will be located inside the home, attic, crawlspace, basement, etc.
    • You have (or are planning on having) central air conditioning
    • You have 220 volts AC available
    • (Note – This equipment is compatible with central air conditioning. To select this equipment with a central air conditioning system, use our easy Kit Builder)
    • (Note – An equipment type called "air handler" with an optional "electric heater coil" is the equivalent of an electric furnace with an air conditioning-ready evaporator coil.)
    Goodman ARUF** 04
  • Modular Blowers (or Electric Furnaces)
    Select if:
    • You are replacing a modular blower or electric forced-air furnace
      And / or...
    • Your modular blower will be located inside the home, attic, crawlspace, basement, etc.
    • You have 220 volts AC available
    • (Note – This equipment is compatible with central air conditioning.  To select this equipment with a central air conditioning system, use our easy Kit Builder)
    • (Note – A "modular blower" with an optional "electric heater coil" is the equivalent of an electric furnace. Also, a "cased evaporator coil" can be attached to the outlet of the modular blower to make the modular blower central air conditioning (or heat pump) compatible. The difference between a modular blower and an air handler is that an air handler already has an evaporator coil pre-installed in it. Also, a modular blower with a cased evaporator coil can usually acheive a slightly higher air conditioning efficiency (SEER). See product specification sheets for details.)
    MBE2000
  • High-Velocity Air Handlers
    Select if:
    • You are adding or replacing a high-velocity air handler.
      And / or...
    • Your air handler will be located inside the home, attic, crawlspace, basement, etc.
    • You have (or are planning on having) central air conditioning.
    • You have 220 volts AC available.
  • Hydronic Air Handlers
    Select if:
    • You are adding or replacing a hydronic air handler.
      And / or...
    • Your air handler will be located inside the home, attic, crawlspace, basement, etc.
    • You will be connecting your air handler to a hot water source to provide heat.
    • Your air handler will be attatched to ductwork that distributes the air through the home.
    • You have 220 volts AC available.
  • Heater Coils
    • A heater coil can be added to an air handler or self-contained air conditioner or heat pump to provide electric heating for the home. Heater coils come preassembled, and easily install into the equipment with an electrical clip-together wire harness.

In 2002 Alpine Home Air Products became the first company to sell heating, air conditioning and indoor air-quality products online. We have proudly served hundreds of thousands of customers, helping them save time and money by buying their products direct.