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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
  • Cooling Capacity

    Not sure what size you need? Feel free to use our easy sizing calculator.

    Cooling Capacity
  • Cooling Capacity

    Not sure what size you need? Feel free to watch an informational video and use our easy sizing calculator.

    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
  • Maximum Heating Output BTU

    The amount of heat, rated in British Thermal Units (BTUs), that the unit can deliver into the space. Not sure how many BTUs you need? Try our easy Equipment Sizing Estimator.

    Maximum Heating Output BTU
  • Electric Heat Capabilities (Optional)

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

    Electric Heat Capabilities (Optional)
  • SEER

    Seasonal Energy Efficiency Ratio (SEER) is a measure of cooling over an entire season. It is determined by comparing the amount of cooling produced in BTUs in relation to the amount of electricity used. A higher SEER means a system is more energy efficient and would provide comfort at a lower utility cost than a lower SEER system.

    SEER
  • Nominal CFM

    The amount of air that can be moved by the fan, measured in cubic feet per minute (cfm).

    Nominal CFM
  • 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
  • Efficiency (% AFUE)

    The percentage of energy converted into output by the unit. The remaining percentage is lost during the conversion process. The higher the efficiency, the lower the operational cost.

    Efficiency (% AFUE)
  • 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)
  • Fuel Type
  • Compressor Type

    Reciprocating compressors use a piston to compress the refrigerant.

    Rotary compressors utilize a roller rotating eccentrically inside a cylinder and a spring mounted blade always rubbing against the roller. As the eccentric rotates towards the blade, the space is decreased and the refrigerant is compressed. Rotary compressors are very efficient.

    Scroll compressors consists of 2 scrolls to pressurize refrigerant. Often 1 scroll is fixed and the other orbits eccentrically compressing the gas between the scrolls. Scroll compressors are quiet, smooth and offer highest efficiency ratio of all compressor types.

    Scroll Ultratechâ„¢ compressors are advanced scroll compressors which offer more features and better diagnostics.

    Compressor Type
  • Depth
  • Height
  • Width
  • Product Weight
  • Compressor Warranty
  • Heat Exchanger Warranty
  • Parts Warranty
  • Meets CSA Standards

    Canadian Standards Association

    Meets CSA Standards
  • California Approved

    LoNox feature meets State of California emissions requirements.

    California Approved
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  • Horizontal
  • 24,600 BTU
  • 2 Tons
  • -
  • -
  • 10 / 5 / 8 Kilowatts
  • 14.5 SEER
  • 850
  • R-410A
  • -
  • 208 / 230 Volts
  • 60 Hz
  • 1
  • 20 Amps
  • -
  • Scroll
  • 34 Inches
  • 30 Inches
  • 66 1/4 Inches
  • 310 lbs
  • 10 Years With Online Registration
  • -
  • 10 Years
  • -
  • -
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  • Downflow / Horizontal
  • 23,200 BTU
  • 2 Tons
  • 69,000 BTU
  • 55,000 BTU
  • -
  • 15 SEER
  • 800
  • R-410A
  • 80 %
  • 208 / 230 Volts
  • -
  • 1
  • 30 Amps
  • Liquid Propane Convertible / Natural Gas
  • -
  • 51 Inches
  • 32 Inches
  • 47 Inches
  • 439 lbs
  • 10 Years With Online Registration
  • 20 Years
  • 10 Years
  • Yes
  • Yes

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