Packaged Terminal Heat Pumps - R32

Increase efficiency and reduce environmental impacts with R32 PTHPs

Packaged Terminal Heat Pumps, also known as PTHPs, offer through-the-wall heating and cooling for increased convenience when it comes to installation, maintenance, and personalized temperature control. Often used for individualized spaces such as hotel rooms, sunrooms, condos, and offices, our R32 refrigerant models reduce environmental impacts by using a low Global Warming Potential (GWP) refrigerant. This new series of packaged terminal heat pumps includes an Auto fan setting and a Dry mode for added comfort control. For precise heating and cooling that comes with convenience, rely on Durastar’s tried-and-true equipment.

If you’re looking for superior temperature control solutions for small spaces and personalized comfort, then our selection of PTACs and mini-split units may also be of interest.




No one stands behind their brand like we do. Durastar offers durable airflow during even the harshest heating and cooling conditions. In addition, our warranty provides maximum coverage for total peace of mind.

Extended warranty options are available for both parts and labor. Talk to your contractor for more information.

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Packaged Terminal Heat Pumps - R32 Features

  • HVAC equipment products sold to licensed contractors only. Products sold in select areas only, please contact your local branch for availability in your area.


  • Refrigerant: R-32
  • Specifications - CEC Compliant: For Sale in CA
  • Type: DRPTHP07Y32351A

DRPTHP07Y32351A Documents

    Frequently Asked questions

    Can I use a PTAC in my home?

    Yes! PTACs are commonly used in homes as well as commercial spaces, like hotels. They are ideal for individualized, easy to adjust temperature control.

    Which is quieter, a PTAC or Mini-Split?

    Unlike mini-split units which require an outdoor compressor, PTACs are one complete unit. Therefore, PTACs may generate more noise than mini-splits.

    How easy is it to install or replace a PTAC or PTHP?

    One of the benefits of PTACs or PTHPs is the ease of installation or replacement, however, we do recommend teaming up with a contractor to ensure the equipment is properly placed.

    What is the difference between R32 and R410 refrigerant for PTACs/PHTPs?

    The main difference between these two refrigerants is their GWP, also known as Global Warming Potential. R-32 has a lower GWP, is easier to recycle, and may have lower maintenance costs.

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