Trane evaporator coils are specifically designed to work in union with your Trane outdoor condensing unit and furnace. They are carefully matched in size, efficiency and capacity to ensure optimal comfort and efficiency. Tranes new enhanced fin design was developed to provide superior humidity control with the reliability and efficiency you expect.
All-aluminum Comfort Coils
With a strong heritage in aluminum outdoor coils, Trane has applied innovative thinking to develop the industry's first all-aluminum indoor coil. Rust-resistant and reduced levels of corrosion, all-aluminum evaporator coils set a new industry standard by reducing leaks that often occur from corrosives like salt or common household cleaning products.
Tested for Durability
Like all of the components in Trane's high-quality home comfort systems, each evaporator coil goes through a rigorous testing stage to ensure durability and reduce leaks. Each coil is tested with burst pressures of 500 pounds per square inch followed by a Helium mass spectrometer. This allows detection of a leak as small as .10 ounce per year. A small amount, we know, but because any leak will lower your systems efficiency, any leak is unacceptable. Lasting durability means your home will be comfortable and efficient now and for years to come.
- All aluminum construction
- Comfort coils are pressure tested to levels greater than 500 PSI
- Factory installed thermostatic or electronic expansion valve
- Two-way, sloped, noncorrosive drain pan prevents standing water, and also helps reduce the growth of mold, mildew and bacteria.
Professional delivery and installation is available for every product we sell. We would be happy to coordinate delivery and installation for you.
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