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2.5 ton 16 seer heat pump needed

Does anyone else besides Goodman make a 16 seer 2.5 ton heat pump that can be paired with a 17.5” wide AHU to get 16 seer. Any suggestions would be much appreciated. Thanks to all

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  • HVACNUTHVACNUT Posts: 2,254Member
    edited June 4
    Trane XR15 offers a 2.5 ton that will get up to 16 SEER depending on the A/H coil. If this is related to your other thread with the TXV, I dont believe you'll achieve that rating with a 17.5" cabinet and (converted) R22 evap.
    I would tell your client you can do anything if they have the $$. Its the round hole square peg syndrome.
  • zepfanzepfan Posts: 265Member
    thanks for the response, this is a different job then the one that needs the r22 valve
  • HVACNUTHVACNUT Posts: 2,254Member
    > @zepfan said:
    > thanks for the response, this is a different job then the one that needs the r22 valve

    Ok then check out the Trane. Of the major brands, I find the higher SEER ratings mostly only offer 24,36,48, etc.
  • unclejohnunclejohn Posts: 1,374Member
    Carrier.
  • pecmsgpecmsg Posts: 798Member
    Individual components do not have SEER ratings!

    To get 16 SEER it has to be matched with there coil, air handler and have an AHRI #.
  • GWGW Posts: 3,417Member
    Look at BOSCH, super crazy numbers with just a coil and outdoor, furnace doesn’t matter. They have a 17” coil.

    You need 16 seer———-rebate job? Massachusetts?
    Gary Wilson
    Wilson Services, Inc
    Northampton, MA
    www.wilsonph.com
    [email protected]
  • ratioratio Posts: 2,034Member
    ComfortStar makes an adapter to use one of their mini split condensers or heat pumps with any indoor coil. It's in their catalog, but I can't seem to find it on their website for some reason.

    Johnstone hawks them around here, and can get information about them; but they've been non-responsive to my emails. FWIW.

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