What is a goodman heat pump model cpkh24-1b tonage?
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The Goodman CRT-18-1 is NOT a heatpump. It is a 1.5 Ton A/C unit..
3.5 Ton unit.
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
2 1/2 ton heat pump, I believe 12 seer.
approx. 4 tons
Your first set of numbers gives you the tonnage, so this is a 2 ton; your "4" number represents a 460-volt electrical requirement
5 ton heat pump, 12 SEER,most likely single stage.
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.
Looks like 2 ton
4 tons the 48 in the model is 48000 BTU divided by 12000 equals 4 tons
It's actually a 2 1/2 ton heat pump
It is a 4 ton unit.
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
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
your tonage is approximatly 50,000 watts.
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.
Based on typical naming conventions - 24 - in the model number indicates 24,000 btuh nominal or 2 tons.