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- Constructed of aluminum fins bonded to internally grooved aluminum tubing
- Tested at the factory with an extensive refrigerant leak check
- Coils have copper sweat refrigerant connections
- Condensate drain pan is constructed of high grade, heat resistant, corrosion free thermal-set material
- Unique drain pan design maximizes application flexibility and condensate removal
- Unique drain pan design maximizes performance and minimizes height required at installation
- Application: Residential
- CFM: 1800 ft3/min
- Coil Type: Cased
- Color/Finish Name: Iron Ore Grey
- Communicating: Non-Communicating
- Height: 32-1/2 in
- Length: 21-69/100 in
- Liquid Line (OD): 3/8 in
- Material: Steel
- Phase: Single Phase
- Power Source: Gas
- Refrigerant: R-410A
- Refrigerant Control: TEV
- Specifications - ETL Listed: No
- Specifications - UL Listed: Yes
- Suction Line (OD): 3/4 in
- Tonnage: 4 Tons
- Vent or Ducted or Ductless: Ducted
- Weight: 83 lb
- Width: 24-1/2 in
Frequently Asked questions
What is an HVAC evaporator coil?
Evaporator coils are located inside your home and work with your air conditioner and furnace. Depending on whether you are heating or cooling a space, the coils pull in existing air to cool it or they add heat to warm it up. In essence, coils are one of the most important pieces to your HVAC system and are responsible for the heat exchange.
What is the benefit of an all-aluminum coil?
Unlike copper which may rust over time, all-aluminum coils do not. In addition, they are more resistant to micro-leaks which increases the longevity and efficiency of your unit.
What is the difference between an 'A' coil and 'N' coil?
‘A’ coils are formed using two slabs of fins – these types of coils have a surface area similar to a slab coil, however, they are installed without transition ducting. Alternatively, ‘N’ coils use three fin slabs. This arrangement increases the coil’s surface area and, therefore, accommodates more refrigerant. As a result, it operates more efficiently and generates more heat.
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