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  • Configuration

    Configuration is the direction the conditioned air will pass through the unit.

    Upflow units will have the air come in from the bottom and blow out the top.

    Horizontal units will have the air go through the unit left to right, or right to left.

    Downflow units will have the air come in from the top of the unit, and blow out the bottom.

    Unsure of what configuration your home needs? Call us at 800-865-5931. Monday through Friday, 8:30am to 5:00pm CST

    Configuration
  • Blower Cooling Capacity

    The tonnage of air conditioning that can be moved effectively by the blower. You want to make sure that the blower is appropriately sized for the air conditioner. If it is too small the coil could ice up. If it is too large than the air coming out of the ducts won't be cold enough.

    Blower Cooling Capacity
  • Maximum Input BTU

    The maximum amount of heat that the unit can produce. The amount delivered into the space will be the input minus the efficiency loss also know as the output. For example a 100000 btu furnace at 80% efficiency will give you 80000 out btus of heat. The same size furnace at 95% will give you 95000 btus of heat.

    Maximum Input BTU
  • Electric Heat Capabilities (Optional)

    One kilowatt equals 3,400 BTU's of heat (British Thermal Units).

    Electric Heat Capabilities (Optional)
  • Minimum Input BTU

    The amount of heat produced by the unit at the lower stage of heat. Having two stages of heat will allow for more consistent operation and greater comfort in the home.

    Minimum Input BTU
  • Refrigerant

    Inside air conditioning systems are liquid/gas refrigerant. There are two types of this refrigerant available for use, R-22 (more commonly known as Freon), and a newer alternative R-410A.

    An air conditioning system does not consume refrigerant, but reuses it. As long as there are no leaks in the refrigerant circuit, there is no need to ever add more refrigerant to an air conditioning system.

    Although R-22 is an effective refrigerant, if it is released into the atmosphere it can contribute to the depletion of the Earth’s ozone layer. The EPA has mandated the phasing out the use of R-22. It is being replaced by R-410A.

    As of 2010, manufacturers are required to make all new air conditioners with R-410A. However, R-22 is still available for sale in existing pre-2010-manufactured equipment, and for use in servicing existing R-22 equipment. By 2020, R-22 will no longer be manufactured, but will still be recycled and available for sale.

    Refrigerant
  • Hot Water Capacity Range

    The gallons per minute of hot water that the unit is rated to provide. The actual amount of hot water generated can vary depending on your ground water temperature.

    Hot Water Capacity Range
  • Thermal Efficiency

    The percentage of the heat generated by combustion that goes into heating. The remaining percentage goes out the flue. The higher the efficiency rating, the lower the cost of operation.

    Thermal Efficiency
  • Blower Type

    There are three main type of blowers: Multi-Speed, High-Efficiency Multi-Speed, and Variable Speed.

    Standard Multi-Speed blowers have different speed options and you select the speed that the blower will operate at depending on the function it is performing (ex. different speeds for fan, AC, and heating functions).

    High-Efficiency Multi-Speed blowers are designed to maintain a constant torque and in doing so will maintain air-flow and use less electricity.

    Variable Speed blowers will adjust their speed during operation. The result is a blower that will run at lower speeds for longer periods of time (this improves the air flow and increases electrical efficiency).

    Blower Type
  • Voltage
  • Frequency
  • Voltage Phase
  • Maximum Overcurrent Protection (Breaker)

    The maximum capacity breaker in the building's circuit panel that can be used on the dedicated electrical line supplying the equipment.

    Maximum Overcurrent Protection (Breaker)
  • Power Source
  • Fuel Type
  • Ignition Type
  • Connection Type
  • Energy Factor
  • Temperature Range

    The minimum and maximum temperatures on the thermostat.

    Temperature Range
  • ENERGY STAR® Qualified

    Products earn the ENERGY STAR label by meeting the energy efficiency requirements set forth in ENERGY STAR specifications. The EPA establishes these specifications based on the following set of principles:

    • Product categories must contribute significant energy savings nationwide.
    • Qualified products must deliver the features and performance demanded by consumers, in addition to increased energy efficiency.
    • If the qualified product costs more than a conventional, less-efficient counterpart, purchasers will recover their investment in increased energy efficiency through utility bill savings, within a reasonable period of time.
    • Energy efficiency can be achieved through broadly available, non-proprietary technologies offered by multiple manufacturers.
    • Product energy consumption and performance can be measured and verified with testing.
    • Labeling would effectively differentiate products and be visible for purchasers.

    ENERGY STAR® Qualified
  • Requires Downflow Kit

    Kit is required when installed in a downflow application.

    Requires Downflow Kit
  • Liquid Line Connection Size

    The outside diameter of the liquid line pipe (the inside diameter of the connection on the equipment).

    Liquid Line Connection Size
  • Suction Line Connection Size

    The outside diameter of the suction line (the inside diameter of the connection on the equipment).

    Suction Line Connection Size
  • Orifice Size

    The size of refrigerant metering device that ships with the coil.

    Orifice Size
  • Piping Connections - Water
  • Depth
  • Height
  • Return Air Opening Size

    The dimensions of the opening where the air is recirculated back into the unit

    Return Air Opening Size
  • Supply Air Opening Size

    The dimensions of the opening that the air is discharged through. This is the section where you would attach the supply plenum.

    Supply Air Opening Size
  • Width
  • Product Weight
  • Shipping Weight
  • Heat Exchanger Warranty
  • Limited Warranty
  • Parts Warranty
  • Meets CSA Standards

    Canadian Standards Association

    Meets CSA Standards
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  • 150,000 BTU
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  • 15,000 BTU
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  • 0.6 - 6.3 GPM
  • 83 %
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  • 120 VAC (60Hz)
  • Natural Gas
  • Direct Ignition
  • NPT (Threaded)
  • 0.82
  • 140 - 98 °F
  • Yes
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  • 3/4 Inch(es)
  • 9 4/5 Inches
  • 25 2/5 Inches
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  • 14 Inches
  • 46 lbs
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  • 12 Years
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  • 5 Years
  • Yes
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  • Downflow / Horizontal / Upflow
  • 2.5 Tons
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  • 10 / 15 / 5 / 7.5 Kilowatts
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  • R-22 / R-410A
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  • Multi-Speed
  • 208 / 230 Volts
  • 60 Hz
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  • 15 Amps
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  • Electricity
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  • Yes
  • 3/8 Inches
  • 7/8 Inches
  • 0.065 inches
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  • 22 Inches
  • 51 Inches
  • 18 3/4 w x 20 1/4 d inches
  • 17 x 19.25 Inches
  • 21 1/4 Inches
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  • 148 lbs
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  • 10 Years
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