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Trane ® Air Handler, Air Conditioning, Air Conditioners and Heat Pumps
Trane Air Handler Advantage
Your central air conditioning system consists of two main parts - an outdoor and an indoor unit. The air handler is the indoor unit, and includes a heat pump or cooling coil and air blower. Its job, quite simply, is to circulate conditioned air throughout your home.
When paired with an air conditioner, it circulates cool air through your house during the summer months. When matched with a heat pump, it works all year long, circulating cool air in the summer and warm air in the winter.
It is important to note that the air handler makes a tremendous contribution to the overall efficiency of your system.
The reason is simple. With a very efficient air handler, the compressor in your outdoor unit doesn't have to work as hard to achieve the desired temperature. And the quicker the desired temperature is reached, less energy is used and more money
Each component of a Trane home comfort system is reliable, durable and built to last. When the outdoor unit is matched in size and SEER rating with the indoor unit, you can enjoy the highest system efficiency possible.
Standard and Air-Tite Benefits.
• Quiet, Durable Operation • Easy Installation
• No Snag Screws
• Uses Standard Size Filters
• Exclusive Air-tight Construction On Air-Tite" Models
• Five-year functional parts limited warranty*
*Five-year internal parts limited warranty is effective on units installed after October 1, 2001 and manufactured January 1, 2000 or after. When a Trane air handler is installed with a Trane XL or XLi outdoor unit as part of a complete system the 10-year limited functional parts warranty applies to the air handler and thermostat as well as the outdoor XL(i) unit.
Whether your home requires an attic (A), closet (B), basement (C) or crawl space application (D),
Trane has the right air handler. Air handler capacity can be mixed and matched with outdoor units to achieve the highest efficiency and load coverage possible.