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    What is the tonnage and Sheer for a Lennox HS26-261-1P condenser unit?

    I believe the unit its about 5 years old or so. The model is HS26-261-1P. The evaporator coil is C22-31-TXV-2. I believe they were both replaced at the same time.

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    HS26-261-2P= Lennox freaky numbers 2.0 ton
    C22-31-TXV-2 =Lennox 2.5 ton



    Lennox numbers
    211=1.5
    261=2.0
    311=2.5
    411=3.0
    461=3.5
    511=4.0
    651=5.0
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    HS26-261-2P= Lennox freaky numbers 2.0 ton
    C22-31-TXV-2 =Lennox 2.5 ton
    I was thinking the same thing. I couldn't find any data on these particular units in Lennox's engineering data for the HS26. Maybe a Lennox dealer can look it up on Davenet.

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    The output on that unit is 20,000 to 26,000 Btu/h depending on matchup. Please see attached guide.

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    Thanks this is very informative.

    Why would the evap coil be .5 tons oversized. Is this normal?

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    Typically to get better performance numbers. Looks like your setup is rated @ 13.00 SEER and 11.75 EER if I'm reading the earlier EHB correctly. Some new "baseline" systems can't even get taht.

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    on davenet it looks like the last year for the c22 coil was 1995.

    the c22-31 coil was the preffered lennox match, 13 seer, 11.75 eer, 26,000 btus.


    post serial #s and we can give exact age.

    hs26 was next to the top of the line when it was made and we have many of them still running fine.

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    That's good to know. The furnace is a different matter.

    It's a Lennox G12. It was made in 75. Everytime I get someone to come to my house they want to replace it with a furnace that matches up with output BTU in the old furnace. I don't believe that is a good idea considering people commonly oversized units back then.

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    Quote Originally Posted by aircooled53 View Post
    Older than 5 years.
    HS26-261-2P= Lennox freaky numbers 2.0 ton
    C22-31-TXV-2 =Lennox 2.5 ton



    Lennox numbers
    211=1.5
    261=2.0
    311=2.5
    411=3.0
    461=3.5
    511=4.0
    651=5.0
    Thanks for the #'s. When I come across these funky #'s on service calls or changeouts, I had to make phone calls to get the tonnage. I made note of them to keep in the truck.

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