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  1. #1
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    About YORK cooling unit/condensing unit

    This is a York cooling unit. maybe it's a condensing unit. I'm not sure. The model #. is H2CB048S46A. I checked web, and could not find anything about it. Anyone knows what this equipment is? Thank you!

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    Looks like a generic 4 ton straight cool outdoor unit.

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    Quote Originally Posted by yesky View Post
    This is a York cooling unit. maybe it's a condensing unit. I'm not sure. The model #. is H2CB048S46A. I checked web, and could not find anything about it. Anyone knows what this equipment is? Thank you!

    Is there a difference between an cooling unit and a condensing unit...

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    sorry, not enough info

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    Quote Originally Posted by berg2666 View Post
    Is there a difference between an cooling unit and a condensing unit...
    The only "cooling unit" I am aware of is a BTU which is a unit of cooling measurement. "Cooling unit" is not a professionally used term by itself.

    A condensing unit is the outside portion of a split A/C system (the type of system in most non-heat pump residential applications). That is what that part number describes, a 4 ton condensing unit.

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    Most would call it a condensing unit if it contains the condensing coil and the compressor. I'm with retired (I wish I were retired too) that a cooling unit is not a term for machinery.

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    This is a York Equipment. The model #. is H2CB048S46A. I checked web, and could not find anything about it. Anyone knows what this equipment is?I think it's old. Thank you!


    The details on the label are:
    Central cooling Air Conditioner:
    Compressor: 460V/3/60
    Fan motor: 460/1/60
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