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Evaporator Coils

An evaporator coil is the part of an air conditioning or heat pump system that becomes cold when the unit operates (or warm for a heat pump in winter). It is mounted in (or connected inline with) the ductwork of the home. When the system is on, air flows through the coil and the cold air (or warm air for a heat pump in winter) is distributed throughout the home. Coils sold here are rated in sizes from 1.5 to 5 tons. What tonnage coil should you choose for your air conditioning or heat pump system? While it would make sense that a coil would be selected that has the same tonnage as the condenser or heat pump, it doesn't always work that way. Besides selecting based on tonnage, the efficiency rating (listed as "SEER") of the heat pump or condenser also effects which coil is used. So, to find the coil size that is recommended for any specific air conditioner or heat pump, we make it easy for you by listing the correct coils that work with that heat pump or condenser under the "Accessories" tab found on the top of the product page for that equipment. Or, simply call us and we will be glad to assist you. Note: These coils are not recommended for use with oil furnaces, unless the coil's plastic drain pan is replaced with a field-fabricated metal one, or a Goodman high-temp pan specifically designed for such. The standard coil drain pan is rated for up to 300 F degrees. Oil furnaces may exceed that temperature.
  • Evaporator Coils, Vertical Cased
    Select if:
    • A cased vertical evaporator coil is used with furnaces in the upflow or downflow position. The coils have physical dimensions to correspond to the various widths of furnaces available on our website, and are designed to fit correctly with the furnace. Typically a cased coil would be selected when installing a new furnace at the same time. If you are adding air conditioning (or a heat pump) to an existing furnace, then an uncased coil is best.
  • Evaporator Coils, Vertical Uncased
    Select if:
    • An uncased vertical evaporator coil is used with furnaces in the vertical position (upflow or downflow). Typically an uncased coil would be selected when adding air conditioning or a heat pump system to an existing furnace. If you are purchasing and installing a new furnace at the same time as the air conditioning or heat pump system, then a cased evaporator coil would be best.
  • Evaporator Coils, Horizontal Cased
    • A horizontal evaporator coil is used for furnaces in the horizontal position (lying on its side). The physical dimensions of the horizontal cased coils here correspond to the various widths of furnaces available on our website, and are designed to fit correctly with the furnace.
  • Aspen - Multi-Brand Compatible, Multi-Positional Cased Evaporator Coils
    • A cased multi-position evaporator coil is used with furnaces in the upflow, downflow, or horizontal position. The coils have physical dimensions to correspond to the various widths of furnaces available on our website, and are designed to fit correctly with the furnace. Typically a cased coil would be selected when installing a new furnace at the same time. If you are adding air conditioning or a heat pump to an existing furnace, an uncased coil is best.
  • Mobile Home Uncased Evaporator Coils
    • These coils are specifically designed to be installed in any standard mobile home furnace.

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.