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    Existing home, full system replacement. Do I signoff on this equipment?

    Greetings all. Thanks, in advance, for your help.

    Been following for a while and will try to post all relevant info but i'm sure I'll miss something so ask away.

    I'm the homeowner and getting ready to contract a full system replacement of several 15-year old rheem systems. Home is in Texas, built in late nineties. We've done a load calc and feel good about the tonnage, SEER, AFUE, etc. The ducts from the plenum to the vents will be checked and replaced as necessary. We're plugging in a few additional returns and reassigning a few supplies. So, the guts are good.

    Furnaces are in the attic and horizontal.

    What I need is to confirm or poke holes in the equipment it is:

    5 ton
    TUD2C100ACV52A furnace
    4TXFH063C23 coil
    4TTZ0060 condenser
    TCONT900 stat
    Aprilaire 5000 filtration

    4 ton
    TUD2C08CC3 furnace
    4TXCC008CC3 coil
    4TTZ0048 condenser
    TCONT900 stat
    Aprilaire 5000 filtration

    1. Why didn't the contractor select the TUD2C080ACV42A for the 4 ton furnace?
    2. Is the TCONT900 a good choice or should we consider one of the Honeywell IAQ units?

    Thanks again.

  2. #2
    Join Date
    May 2000
    Indianapolis, IN, USA
    That furnace model # isn't right. Is it an 080 furnace? If so you would need the 4 ton drive: AUD2C080ACV42A. Don't let him use the 3 ton. Hopefully a typo. Otherwise some very nice equipment. I'd much prefer the 5000 over the Accuclean.

    The 900 series communicates with the XC80 so it would be better to use than an IAQ.

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    Thanks Loonie,

    I assume the AUD and TUD models are just American Standard vs. Trane, is that right? So the TUD2C080ACV42A is what I need for the 4 ton system. And which coil should be matched with that?

    Sure appreciate your input.

  4. #4
    Join Date
    May 2000
    Indianapolis, IN, USA
    Sorry, old habit! We're a long time American Standard dealer.

    Yes, the 008 coil will give 17.25. Only way to do better is a horizontal 63 coil at 17.75. That's the horizontal coil proposed for the 5 ton.

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