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    Interpreting model numbers

    I used to have a collection of sheets of info from the major manufactures for interpreting model numbers for RTU's, chillers, CU's, etc... But I've lost it and it wouldn't have some of the newer model numbers on it.

    Anyone have or know where I can get a new list....looking for Trane, Carrier, Lennox, York, and the like.

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    go to a trane chiller johnson supply house or just google it

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    Well, it's for a general contractor who wants to identify equipment he sees so he's not going to know what to do on Trane's website. I used to have this sheets that listed all of the nomenclature.

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    Search for them on Google and print them out for him.

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    This has a lot of different model numbers and some information on them-
    http://www.cee1.org/com/hecac/ac_tiers/mod_toc.htm

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