Stand-alone A-coils

Stand-alone A-coils for use with a matching split ground source heat pump systems is AHRI Certified and can be matched with furnaces by other manufacturers for dual-fuel installations.

04/22/2016


Standalone A-coils for use with a matching split ground source heat pump systems is AHRI Certified and can be matched with furnaces by other manufacturers for dual-fuel installations. Courtesy: ModineModine's stand-alone A-coils for use with a matching split ground source heat pump systems is AHRI Certified and can be matched with furnaces by other manufacturers for dual-fuel installations. Coils are available in both cased and uncased configurations for easy application. These units feature A-coils, stainless steel drain pans, condensate overflow switch, TXV, and 18-gauge aluminized powder coated steel cabinet (cased only). GA/EA series air handling units were redesigned to provide efficiency and include 4-in. thick filters and installation flexibility. The units include supply duct flanges and the 048 model size motor of 1 hp. Horizontal models can be installed with either right or left side return.

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