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    Another Trane Model Number ??

    Anyone know what kind of unit this is and where I can locate a nomenclature breakdown?
    BWC048G300AA

    Thanks for any input!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Airguy01 View Post
    Anyone know what kind of unit this is and where I can locate a nomenclature breakdown?
    BWC048G300AA

    Thanks for any input!
    Looks like a 4 ton

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    Yes- I assumed 48000 BTU. What does the BWC stand for? What I am really trying to figure out is, Heatpump or straight cool?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Airguy01 View Post
    Yes- I assumed 48000 BTU. What does the BWC stand for? What I am really trying to figure out is, Heatpump or straight cool?
    I tried to find something more and couldn't. Are you at the unit?

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    I couldn't find anymore info either. No, all I have is the model number.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Airguy01 View Post
    I couldn't find anymore info either. No, all I have is the model number.
    I still can't find anything from memory only I am guessing it is a 20-25 year old package heatpump. Don't quote me I will still look for you. If you are not in a hurry there are a lot of Trane guys on here. Are you a homeowner or in the business?

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    is a heat pump

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    isn't that the over & under that sucks air thru od coil, then discharges out the sides
    It`s better to be silent and thought the fool; than speak and remove all doubt.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Airguy01 View Post
    Yes- I assumed 48000 BTU. What does the BWC stand for? What I am really trying to figure out is, Heatpump or straight cool?
    Does it have a reversing valve?

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    4 Ton Weathertron Heat Pump
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    Quote Originally Posted by Airguy01 View Post
    Anyone know what kind of unit this is and where I can locate a nomenclature breakdown?
    BWC048G300AA

    Thanks for any input!
    B: always B
    WC: Heat Pump, Packaged
    048: Cooling Capacity, MBH
    G: Design Sequence
    3: 200-230/60/3
    00: Secondary Capacity or Factory Options, 00=Stock Unit
    A: Minor Design Sequence
    A: Service Digit
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    Great! Thanks for the help. It's just what I needed.

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