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Heat Pump Condensing Unit, 36 In. H
- Item # 6ELC2
- Mfr. Model # 6ELC2
- UNSPSC # 40101704
- Catalog Page # N/A
- Shipping Weight 214.0 lbs.
- ItemHeat Pump Condensing Unit
- Nominal Capacity2.5 t
- Cooling SEER13
- BtuH Cooling30,000
- BtuH HeatingBased On Outdoor Ambient and Matched Componets
- Nominal Heating HSPF7.70 to 8.20
- Liquid Line Size3/8"
- Suction Line Size3/4"
- Min. Circuit Amps14.1
- Max. Fuse Size20
- Precharged WithR-410A
- FeaturesHigh Low Pressure Switches, Heavy Duty Wire Coil Guard
- Manufacturers Warranty Length10 yr. Compressor, 5 yr. All Other Parts
- IncludesFilter Drier, Refrigerant Charge Includes Enough for Unit Plus 15 ft. of Lineset
Compliance and Restrictions
This item is restricted for international sale.
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