Simple question ... does Trane Pub. No. 22-1813-03 apply "only" to HeatPumps?
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    Question Simple question ... does Trane Pub. No. 22-1813-03 apply "only" to HeatPumps?

    Does Trane Pub. No. 22-1813-03 apply also to A/C Condenser (split) systems?

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    I'm posting the link so others here know what you're talking about: http://trane.com/CPS/Uploads/UserFil...3_09012008.pdf

    Not sure what you mean "apply to" heat pumps only? The 2/4TXC coils are used with both air conditioners and heat pumps.

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    You indeed helped answer my question, simple as it was. I'm new to reading HVAC things & about Coils et cetera.

    But for further explanation & for other readers, the title of the publication in question is as follows:

    Aluminum Cased and Uncased
    Heat Pump / Cooling Coils
    1 1/2 - 5 Ton

    2/4TXA, 2/4TXC, 4TXC-CC
    Heat Pump /Cooling Coils for R-22 and R-410A


    And where it says "Heat Pump / Cooling Coils" ... I simply wasn't clear if it meant ... the cooling coil of the heat pump, or more properly ... heat pumps and cooling coils.

    That was elementary I know. But thank you indeed for helping me to learn.

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    I think the wording in the heading of the document is unclear myself, so if I provided misinformation hopefully someone will clarify.

    However I can tell you that the model number 4TXCB036BC3, for example, is a rated match on the AHRI database with both a heat pump and an air conditioner. The letters after the "BC3" may designate further info regarding the setup. So indeed the 2/4TXC coils are used with both heat pumps and air conditioners. Yes, I'm just thinking, or typing rather, out loud.

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    I do wonder about something else to though, if anyone out there knows. Which is:

    Is there a newer version of Trane Pub. No. 22-1813-03 that's out now, or is that the the most recent publication for those coils?

    Hmmm.

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    Per my other posting (link below if interested), my present system setup likely has one of the following basic coils, with the two bolded ones most likely ... TXA-C, TXC-C, or TXC-S.

    I have not torn into my coil box yet to identify it specifically. It doesn't have a door, but it is taped up w/screws on part of sheet metal. Been holding off on that, I have severe arthritis.

    http://hvac-talk.com/vbb/showthread.php?t=238892

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