I am in need of buying Trane equipmenbt based on AmStd model #s. AmStd # 2A6H3036A1, 2A6H2030A and 6B0024A1. What are the Trane model #s for these products? Also, because the Trane and AmStd AH models are the same, I assume that the Trane AH matches will produce the same SEER ratings as the AmStd ratings. Correct?
I'm sure someone will correct me, but I think the only difference between M/N's is the 1st letter (A = A/S, T = Trane).
Just curious... why does it have to be based off of A/S model numbers? Just for the correct size blower/heat output? Or features?
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am in need of buying Trane equipmenbt based on AmStd model #s. AmStd # 2A6H3036A1, 2A6H2030A and 6B0024A1
2A6H3036 would be the 2TWR3036
2A6H2030 is 12 SEER, so new 13 SEER is 2TWR3030
6B0024 is builder 10 SEER, you'd have to go to the 2TWB3024 for the builder 13 SEER now
Air handlers are the same units between the 2 brands