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Heil - END4X37L17A - 3 Ton Cased Upflow or Downflow Evaporator Coil R410A
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END4X37L17A

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Cabinet Features: Removable Front Access Panel Easy Slide out Coil for Inspection UV Light Knock Out Provided On Cabinet Hemmed Flanges for Safer Handling Foil Faced Insulation Non Sweat Cabinet, Even At Extreme Conditions Cabinets Meet or Exceed 2% Air Leakage Codes Sturdy, 22 Gauge, Pre-Painted Steel Cabinet Coil Features: Copper Tube, Aluminum Fin a Coil with Latest High Tech Fin Design Bolt On TXV Metering Device Factory Installed On All Models TXV and Manifold Positioned To the Side for Easier Cleaning Innovative Drain Pan Design for Complete Water Removal Two Condensate Drain Connections 2 Piece Delta Plate for Easier Removal and Cleaning Multiposition Installation: Upflow, Downflow, or Horizontal Upflow Cabinet Widths and Horizontal Cabinet Depths Match Flush with ICP Gas Furnaces Industry Exclusive Tin Coated Copper Main Tubing for Additional Corrosion Protection for Environmentally Sound R410A Systems Warranty5 Year Coil, 5 Year Parts
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Weight 56 Pounds (Lb)
Width 19 Inches (In)
Height 24 Inches (In)
Country of Origin USA
UPC or Barcode 1PEND4X37L17A
Hazardous Material No
EPA Cert Required No
Length 23 Inches (In)
Brand Heil
Equipment Type Straight Cool
Tonnage 3
SEER 0
Refrigerant R-410a
CFM 1350
Cooling Capacity 36000
Air Flow Upflow / Downflow
Metering Device TXV
Drain Connection Size 3/4'
Suction Line Fitting Sweat
Suction Line Size 7/8'
Liquid Line Fitting Sweat
Liquid Line Size 3/8'
Application Cased Upflow / Downflow
Cased Yes
Certifications ARI Standard 210 and/or 240 Certified
Color Gray
Type N Coil
Warranty Offered 5 Year Limited Parts - Additional 5 Year Limited Parts with Registration
ETL Listed No
UL Listed Yes
UL Recognized Yes
Product Family END4X
Nominal SEER 0

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