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  • Coleman Comforteer Series
  • Source: REMODELING Magazine 10/18/2010
  • Units in the Coleman Comforteer series offer a compact design and four-way forkable full-perimeter base rails for easy installation. Side supply and return duct connections allow for easy hook-up to ducts in low crawlspaces without the need for transition pieces, and utility knockouts further reduce installation time. Available 2-, 2.5-, and 3-ton cooling units use three-speed permanent split capacitor fan motors, while 4- and 5-ton units and Comforteer packaged heat pump models operate with a constant torque motor on the indoor supply fan. A top discharge condenser fan creates upward airflow that carries operating noise up and away from the living area for quiet operation. More
  • Hybrid Heat Packaged HVAC System
  • Source: BUILDING PRODUCTS Magazine 4/10/2008
  • BryantThe Hybrid Heat system pairs a gas furnace and a heat pump, allowing homeowners to use gas or electricity depending on what is most economical for the weather and fuel cost conditions in their area, the company says. The unit combines an 18-SEER Evolution 288ANA heat pump with R410A refrigerant and an Evolution Plus 95i gas furnace with 95 percent AFUE. More

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  • Reverse Cycle Chiller Goes Green
  • Source: ebuild 1/4/2008
  • Aqua Products CompanyAqua Products Company, Inc., Prosperity, South Carolina, introduces the new GREEN Reverse Cycle Chiller (RCC) for heating your home or office with hot water or air conditioning with chilled water. The RCC is will also work in conjunction with the Aqua Solar Heat Pipe (APCHPL16) built with 16 high efficiency evacuated vaccum tubes to produce free hot water. More

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