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Goodman HKR-08C

7 Kilowatt Heater Coil (23,800 BTUs of Heat)

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This 240 volt heater coil can be added to a Goodman air handler, packaged air conditioner or packaged heat pump to provide winter-time heating capabilities.

Produces 23,800 BTUs of heat.

Controlled by sequencers for optimum temperature balance. Completely assembled and tested. Built-in overcurrent protection on all units as indicated in electrical data chart (see spec sheet). Multiple branch circuit capability. High temperature limit controls for safe operation. Plug-in wiring harness for easy installation into air handlers. Rust-resistant nickel chromium heat elements.

If you are installing a heater coil in an air handler, line voltage is to be connected directly to the heater coil which will operate both the heater coil and air handler. A separate circuit for the air handler is not needed. If you are installing the heater coil in a packaged air conditioner or heat pump, another circuit in addition to the heater coil circuit(s) is still required to operate the packaged unit

Depending on the heater coil size being installed, one or two circuits to the heater coil will be necessary (see "PRODUCT SPECIFICATIONS" below for quantity and amperage of circuits required for this heater coil.) At your home's circuit panel, individual 220 volt double-pole circuit breakers are required for each circuit.



The capacity, measured in kilowatts, of the heater coil. On average every 1kw of heater coil translates to 3,412 BTUs of heat.

Amperage Requirement (Circuit 1 / Circuit 2)

This is the amperage requirement for the electrical circuits. This will determine the size wire, the number of circuits to run, and the electrical panel breaker size required.

Amperage Requirement (Circuit 1 / Circuit 2)
40 / 0 amps
208 / 230 / 240 Volts
Voltage Phase