York LX series packaged units

York LX Series packaged units by Johnson Controls offer a contractor-friendly design, easy installation and service, reliable technology and an advanced manufacturing process.

05/13/2015


York LX Series packaged units by Johnson Controls offer a contractor-friendly design, easy installation and service, reliable technology and an advanced manufacturing process.York LX Series packaged units by Johnson Controls offer a contractor-friendly design, easy installation and service, reliable technology, and an advanced manufacturing process. The units are 29% more efficient, earning a 14 Seasonal Energy Efficiency Ratio (SEER) rating and exceeding U.S. Dept. of Energy efficiency standards. The York LX Series packaged unit features: single-cabinet design, exact-fit gas/electric hookups and compact cabinet, tested copper tube/aluminum fin condenser coils. It also includes front and top access to the compressor, refrigeration controls and blower to enhance serviceability, the condenser fan and motor and side access to the compressor, coil, heat exchanger, and filters. York LX Series features a slide-out evaporator coil, a tubular stainless steel gas heat exchanger, a single-stage compressor, and single-stage gas heat.

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