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    Looking for the spec on an ICP Cased Coil

    I am trying to find out the spec on a Internation Comfort Product branded indoor cased coil. Its braned as a ICP and not some of its other brands. The unit was installed back in 2000.

    Model # EPM42J22A1

    i searched for this damn thing and have not had any luck. Thanks for your time and effort in advance

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    Quote Originally Posted by amokrunner View Post
    I am trying to find out the spec on a Internation Comfort Product branded indoor cased coil. Its braned as a ICP and not some of its other brands. The unit was installed back in 2000.

    Model # EPM42J22A1

    i searched for this damn thing and have not had any luck. Thanks for your time and effort in advance
    looks like a 3 1/2 ton coil.

    What do you want to know?
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    First Things First..

    THANKS FOR YOUR SERVICE TO OUR COUNTRY.. ITS APPRECIATED!


    I am trying to determine the size of the Goodman condensor that I have installed. I know the words your are mumbling, then why the hell am I asking about a damn indoor coil! The goodman unit was installed back around 1982. The spec sticker is no longer visable, so I was trying to determine the sizing by the indoor coil. I am not buying equipment based on this, just curious. I was told that the outdoor coil was a 5T unit, that being said, matched up to a 3.5 ton indoor coil, doesnt sound like a good match.

    Is there a easy way to determine a model number / spec on an outdoor unit with a non readable spec plate? Pop it open and pull a model off the compressor?

    My buddy already spec'd (manual J) a 4T unit for my house (2800 Sq Chicago Burbs Upgraded insulation / new windows).

    I am just curious at what size was installed by the previous owners. Hoping to see its a 5 ton. (Looking at the energy efficiency benefits)


    Thanks

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    Yes, you could cross reference the compressor sizes.

    However, being a 1982 model. I'm bettin the 5 ton is correct. Back then, it was not uncommon to oversize systems.

    You need to stick with a reputable contractor. Manual D, Manual J to name a few.
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    If you don't know, then don't do. If you don't know and still do, then be prepared to pay someone else a lot to undo what you did and then do it right.

    If you do know, then do. But do it right. Otherwise, you may not be doing it long.

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    Many thanks..

    The guy that is doing the work for me is a HVAC contractor. I dont doubt him, I just was trying to figure how big the old system is so I have a basis for the energy savings .. ie from 6 or 8 seer to 13 seer and droping a ton of the original spec.


    Thanks again


    Quote Originally Posted by iraqveteran View Post
    Yes, you could cross reference the compressor sizes.

    However, being a 1982 model. I'm bettin the 5 ton is correct. Back then, it was not uncommon to oversize systems.

    You need to stick with a reputable contractor. Manual D, Manual J to name a few.

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    Thumbs down

    A Goodman CK 60 on an ICP 42 coil, that is NOT a match system.


    Need to junk it put in a 48/4.0 ton indoor and outdoor.
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