The CLQ split system air conditioner features an attractive louvered metal guard that protects the coil from damage. Designed for ground-level or rooftop mount, the raised base pan elevates the unit above the slab for excellent water drainage.
A condenser is paired with an indoor air handler or evaporator coil to make a complete cooling system. What tonnage coil or air handler should you choose? It depends on two factors about the air conditioner: 1) the tonnage, and 2) the efficiency rating (listed as "SEER"). Often, high efficiency condensers are required to use a larger tonnage coil than the tonnage of the condenser. To find the coils or air handlers that are recommended for any specific air conditioner, click on the "Accessories" tab above. Or, you can view the manufacturer's specifications sheets at the Documents tabs above which indicate such.
When installing a coil with an air conditioner condenser, the orifice (or "flow rater") included with the equipment will need to be installed in the Goodman coil at time of installation for compatibility. See this step-by-step guide to learn how to easily do so.
- High-efficiency Copeland® scroll compressor
- Louvered guard protects coil from damage and adds strength to the unit
- Bottom pan rails elevate the unit above slab
- Quiet-operating top discharge
- Totally enclosed and permanently lubricated 8-pole, 850-RPM PSC condenser motor
- Copper tube/aluminum fin coil
- Brass suction and liquid service valvewith sweat connections
- Fully charged for 15’ of tubing length
- Factory-installed liquid line filter dryer
- Compressor sound blanket
- Contactor with lug connection
- Ground lug connection
- Polyester powder paint provides premium durability and improved UV protection
- Heavy-gauge, zinc-clad, G90 galvanized steel
- When properly anchored, meets the 2001 Florida Building Code unit integrity requirements for hurricane-type winds