What is a goodman heat pump model cpkh24-1b tonage?
3 people found this useful
I found several sites that have these manuals by searching for a componet number for that unit. The link below has the install PDF and the parts PDF. The links are in the lower left of the page.. http://site.famousparts.com/goodman/CK12-CK62.html
It is a 2 1/2 ton. There are 12,000 BTU per ton of cooling. The 30 in the model tells you the tonnage. which is 30,000 BTU.
Hi: Basically you got a 4 ton system on your hands. It is a high efficiency job and therefore claims a thousand btuh more than the 48k required to make up a 4 ton.. 12,000 btu = 1 ton soooooooo 4 times this = 4 tons plus 1000 extra btuh claim.. P.S.,,, I'm a big user of Goodman Products for long t…ime.. Say 20 years or more & I would like you to know. That company gives you a lot for your buck. Jimiwane (MORE)
Hi:,,,, Goodman has a web. site and they are a very good company. I like them a lot and have said for years they give you a lot of bang for the buck.. verify this through them, but the 27 is most likely designating a high efficiency 2 ton system.. Hope this helps: Jimimwane
I can't find your model number, but your best bet is to contact the folks at Airwell. see their related link below.
That is a 3-ton A/C. I used to have a Goodman ck36-1b model that was installed in 1996, and was just replaced last week with a newer Goodman.
3 ton 12,000 btu per ton, the 36 is the btu's. 3 x 12 = 36
The general rule is for manufacturers to list the capacity of the units in thousands of BTUH. Hence 36,000 btuh divided by 12,000 btuh per ton = 3ton.. lc
Somewhere between the return air grille in the home and the return air duct connection on the furnace.
It should be on the inside of one of the removable cabinet or electrical box covers of the unit.
Two tons, indicated by the 24 in the model #. 1 ton = 12000 btu, 2 tons = 24000.
2.5 tons. The 30 in the model # indicates it is a 30,000 btu unit. 30,000 divided by 12,000 btu per ton = 2.5
On the inside of the electrical control panel cover. . Answer: . Another possibility is in the link below: http://www.acdirect.com/xcart/images/products/IO-287.PDF Other information is available at that site.. >>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>. They will want the model #
2.5 as indicated by the 30 in the model#. 12,000 btu per ton times 2.5 = 30,000 btu.
Yes, provided you have the properly matched Goodman evaporator coil in the air handler and the air handler is capable of delivering the correct amount of air flow (cfm) to support the new unit.
2.5 tons denoted by the 30 in the model #. 30,000 btu divided by 12,000 btu = 2.5 tons.
The AHU unit does not have a tonnage rating, since all AHU`s can accept a number of different tonnage evaporator coils. Your best bet would be to post the condensing unit model and serial#`s.
3 tons denoted by the 36 in the model #. 12,000 btu per ton, 3 x 12 = 36
Your first set of numbers gives you the tonnage, so this is a 2 ton; your "4" number represents a 460-volt electrical requirement
10 seer 36000 BTU, you can find info here (page 5) http://icpindexing.mqgroup.com/documents/086477/42841300108.pdf based on manufacturer MODEL NUMBER IDENTIFICATION GUIDE
it is a 3 ton unit. The 36 refers to 36,000 btu's. there is 12000 btu/ton=3 ton unit
3.5how is the goodman evaporator coil handler celling mount model clj24-1, how i can cliner that evaporator coil.
Turn the heat on then go to the airhandler, if the larger of the 2 copper pipes (insulated one) gets hot it is a heat pump. If it remains at room temperature your airhandler has an electric heater installed in it.
Go to rheem.com and look up their model# nomenclature. It can usually be found by looking at the spec sheet for any of their products, in your case a heat pump. That is if you don`t have the installation/operation manual for your unit, if you do happen to have that it`s on page 1 or 2.
The model # indicates unit characteristics including capacity not the serial#. The serial # generally tells where , when , by whom and what components were used when it was made.
Any brand thermostat will work with any brand of equipment. Matching the proper stat to the application is what matters, not the brand. You should also know most digital/programmable stats nowadays can be configured by the installer to work with most any equipment configuration.
Wiring diagrams should be on the inside of the panel covers. If not you`ll need the installation manuals ( they should have been left on the job) if not, try Goodman or an authorized dealer.
If installed properly by a competent contractor they are likely no better or worse than any other brand unless you buy a low end builders grade model. Like anything else you get what you pay for.
4 tons the 48 in the model is 48000 BTU divided by 12000 equals 4 tons
That is a 4 ton unit. Air conditioning is measured in BTU's of refrigerant. 12,000 btu's per ton. The 49 in the model number indicates 49,000 btu's of refrigerant. When you devide 49 by 12 you get a fraction over 4 tons. But A/c systems are rounded off and not measured fractionally, so you get 4 ton…s. (MORE)
That is a 3 1/2 ton unit. one ton of A/C = 12000 btu. The 42 in the model number refers to 42000 btu.
the date is on the data plate just about the service valves on the outside condenser. the serial number is how you can read the manufacture date. for example, serial number 9805100565, is read as manufactured in may 1998. this is the for all goodman and amana air conditioning units.
That isn't a typical Rheem model number, are you sure that isn't the serial? If it is the model number it is a 2.5 ton :)
Cost may vary depends on the house size, accessibility, the amount of work involved in duct reworking, disconnecting/connecting gas electricity. Normally, it's better to replace AC/coil/Furnace all together, since a new furnace may not be compatible with old indoor blower /evaporator coil. Ano…ther fact is if you want have a very high efficiency and expensive 18 SEER high-end quite ac, or just 13 SEER get job done low-end AC. It also depends on accessories (media filter , humidifier) you like to have. Trying following links for helpful information http://ths.gardenweb.com/forums/hvac/ http://www.hvac-cost.com http://www.costhelper.com/cost/home-garden/central-air-conditioning.html . (MORE)
The no. 60 in the model number stands for 60,000 btu's. There is 12,000 btu's per ton so you have a five (5) Ton A/C.
It is a 2.5 ton 13 seer heat pump unit. The G stands for Goodman, the S stands for split, H stands for heat pump. 13 designates the seer. 30 designates the tonnage of the unit. AC is the models revision.
GSH stands for goodman split heat pump 13 stands for 13 seer 24 stand for tonnage of unit AC is the revision of the unit
International Comfort Heat Pump Ultra High Efficiency 9000 . Model CH9536VKC1, Serial # L9945 35630 Manufacturer # NCH9536VKC1 . Please tell me the size (tonnage) and the year?
Actually it depends on what Air Handler it is matched up to. Without the complete matched combination it is an inaccurate statement to state 4T. Also the old rule of thumb take the 48 and divide by 12 does not work, with today's equipment a 4 ton system can give you anywhere from 43000 - 47000, but …rarely will you get a full 48000 BTU. Again there are to many variables to put into the equation (MORE)
you have a (2) two ton system, tonnage is done in 12's ie......12 is 1 ton, 18 is 1 1/2 tons and so on.
the 48 in the model number tells you it is a 4 Ton unit. 12,000 BTU in 1 Ton 018 = 1 1/2 Ton 024 = 2 Ton 030 = 2 1/2 Ton 036 = 3 Ton 042 = 3 1/2 Ton 048 = 4 Ton 060 = 5 Ton etc..
The age is found in the S/N. The first two number tell you theyear, the second two numbers are the month.
Tonnage is usually a multiple of twelve, so 5 Ton, 12000 BTU = 1 ton of cooling
3 ton 2.5 tons, denoted by the 30 in the model #. 3 tons would be a 36.
2.5 tons. 1 ton =12,000 btu so 30,000 btu=2.5 tons. The 30 in the model # denotes btu of the unit in 1000`s.
If new and in the box they are the same as Goodman heatpumps sold by anyone else.
Prices for the Goodman heat pump on average range from $2000 - $5000, though a precise price can be obtained by asking a professional contractor. Prices vary due to the different designs available.
3 ton it goes by 12.000 btu per ton yours model # has 36 that is12x3= 36
While Goodman does not sell its heat pumps or other products directly from its website, they do provide a search tool which enables USA or Canadian customers to enter their zip code and display a list of local dealers. To help consumers choose, dealers in the list are tagged as to whether they offe…r such things as free estimates, 24-hour service, or offer extended service plans. (MORE)
25hcc524 is a performance series heat pump with louvered cabinet and the 25hbc524 is a base comfort series.