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Thread: Rheem/Bryant

  1. #1
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    What are your thoughts on Rheem/Bryant condensing units. I prefer the Rheem if there is room for it. Will the Bryant compressor hold up as long as the Rheem Copeland scroll?
    Both without leaks, charged correctly, sized properly, etc. Thanks in advance.

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    I would depend on which models you are considering, both make a high end, and an entry level machine. No matter which you choose, you need to match the indoor coil. If you are just changing the outdoor section, you either better think twice or consider the make and model of the coil that you plan on using.

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    Get the scroll compressor and a (TXV) Thermostatic Expansion Valve refrigerant control on the matched evaporator.

    Go for all copper coils, NO AL.

    Do NOT oversize the matched system!

    http://www.udarrell.com/air-conditio...tent-heat.html


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    Thumbs up

    UDARREL, Thanks for all the info!

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