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  1. #14
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    19i needs to be matched to a better indoor coil.

    Don't confuse high tech. With high ouput.
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    How many times must one fix something before it is fixed?

  2. #15
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    Quote Originally Posted by beenthere View Post
    19i needs to be matched to a better indoor coil.

    Don't confuse high tech. With high ouput.
    All matching Trane 19i heat pump air handlers listed as active on ARI have relatively poor system performance numbers.

    Trane should have better performance numbers for their top-of-the-line 19i heat pump.

    You shouldn't have to find a better 3rd party coil.

    I didn't check to see if there are better performance numbers when using a furnace.

    Take care.

  3. #16
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    Top of the line Luxury car. Doesn't get the highest MPG, does it. It just has a lot of conviences, and comforts.
    Same with top of the line HVAC equipment.

    The 19i can out perform the 16i.(not hard to do)
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  4. #17
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    If you zone I would recommend the 2 stage since you can run the equipment at 2 tons mOST of the time(I did that with my home)it also keeps the back-up off if you go ALL electric.you may still wish to keep the oil as back up,but you cannot go 2 stage or you may have some height issues with the Trane coils.Shot me an e-mail and I have a GREAT guy up your way.JC
    It's NOT the BRAND,it's the company that installs it!!!!!

  5. #18
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    Quote Originally Posted by gary_g View Post
    American Refrigeration Institute (ARI) #1236573.
    47,500 btu cooling, 11.2 EER, 15.5 SEER, 43,000 btu heating at 47F, 9.1 HSPF, 27,600 btu heating at 17F.

    The heating btu's are week for a 4 ton (5000 less than a full 48,000 btu at the rated 47F). The EER is poor for such a high end unit (12 is good).
    Just so you know.

    www.ARIdirectory.org.

    Good luck.
    gary, I can not seem to figure out how to get the info from ARI.
    If you have a couple extra minutes could you do one for me?

    Carrier
    25HNA648A Heat Pump
    CNPVP4824ATA Coil
    58VMR120-1-20 Oil Furnace, Variable Speed

    Thanks.

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