The Goodman brand provides energy-efficient, reliable, and cost-effective heating and cooling services to millions of customers. Goodman takes great pride in their manufacturing practices and processes, which always result in the production of quality HVAC equipment and returning customers. More than anything, though, the Goodman brand prides itself on providing peace of mind to its customers by offering strong warranties and products that have been tested numerous times for quality assurance. All of these factors make the Goodman brand the obvious choice for your next HVAC purchase.
- All-Aluminum evaporator coil
- Optimized for use with R-410A refrigerant
- Some models suitable for use with R-410A or R-22 refrigerant
- Check flowrator for cooling and heat pump applications
- Vertical and horizontal models available
- 21" depth for easier attic access
- Foil-faced insulation covers the internal casing to reduce cabinet condensation
- Galvanized, leather grain-embossed finish
- Rust resistant, thermoplastic drain pans featuring a low water-retention design
- DecaBDE-free thermoplastic drain pan with secondary drain connections
- UV-resistant drain pan
- AHRI certified; ETL listed
Evaporator Coil For 1.5 Ton AC Unit Goodman CAPFA1714A6 is equipped with many advanced features that ensure a comfortable home or space. These features range from the grooved aluminum tubing, which offers increased surface area for efficient heat transfer by the unit's refrigerant, to the construction on the aluminum tube and aluminum fin coil that provides time-tested and proven heat transfer efficiency designed to resist potential corrosion.
Cased/Uncased and Configurations:
You can choose between a cased and uncased coil, with the uncased coil coming without the protective case, making it easier to mold into different shapes that might benefit more unique air conditioning systems. These models also come in different configurations, like upflow, downflow, a combination of these, and on a slab, specifically meant to accommodate horizontal air conditioners.
The tonnage of your air conditioning unit should match up with the tonnage of your evaporator coil. So, for example, if you have a 2-ton condenser inside of your air conditioning unit, the evaporator coil should also be 2 tons.
Here is a useful guide to tonnage sizes:
To find the desired tonnage for your evaporator coil, you€™ll first need to calculate the square footage of the space that you€™re trying to cool. Typically, the average home requires one ton of air conditioning per 400 to 1,000 square feet. There is a lot of variation in this number since you€™ll also need to factor in how many windows the space has and how tall the ceilings are, as these things dictate how easily air flows through your space.
This product comes with a 10-year parts limited warranty when installed by a qualifying technician and then registered on the manufacturer's website.