Bought a new home. Question about Lennox Unit
We just bought a new home and it has a Lennox unit installed. Here is the information that was given to me. Could someone tell me about it? Good, bad, or indifferent. Thanks for everyone's time.
Product: Split System: Air-Cooled Condensing Unit, Coil with Blower
Outdoor Unit Model Number: 14ACX-036-230-14
Indoor Unit Model Number: CH33-36B+ TOR+ TXV
Furnace Model Number: ML 180UH070E36B*
Manufacturer: LENNOX INDUSTRIES, INC.
Trade/Brand name: 14ACX SERIES
Cooling Capacity (Btuh):33600
EER Rating (Cooling):12.70
SEER Rating (Cooling):15.50
other than being builder grade it is a good unit, if the duct system is properly sized and unit maintained should live a long happy life a picture would be nice
Originally Posted by catmanacman
not a bad unit, nothing special about it. keep it clean and happy it will serve you well.
I guess you may reside in a Mid-Atlantic State with house in the range of ~ 2,200 Sq. Feet
Originally Posted by Widgeonus
3-ton A/C with higher than minimum (13) SEER
66,000 BTU input 80% efficient 53,000 BTU/hr output.
One does not really KNOW just by the equipment.
_ _ iT'S A LIVING SYSTEM _ so-to-speak
It's a combination of equipment, duct work / air distribution, care of installation,
building thermal envelope, infiltration,
owners preferred temperature and humidity conditions, ...
Initial impression:GOOD _ Above Average
Take care of it and it will (should) perform well for about 20 years.
It's Not Rocket Science, But It is SCIENCE
with "Some Art". ___ ___ K EEP I T S IMPLE & S INCERE
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Actually, it is one of two units, located in East Texas, and in a 3300 Sq Ft. home. The other unit is the same except it is a 3.5 ton unit. I'm assuming that neither of these have a variable speed motor?
Originally Posted by dan sw fl
not a true variable speed motor, the E in the furnace model # indicates it is a high efficiency "constant torque" motor.
Lennox units with variable speed blowers will have a V in the model #.