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Buy Janitrol (Condensing Units)

In 1982, with the purchase of Janitrol, Goodman Manufacturing Company, L.P. entered the market as a manufacturer of central air conditioners and heat pumps, launching one of the most successful operations in the HVAC industry.

Central air conditioning helps keep your home cool and reduces humidity levels. By transferring heat from air located inside your home to the outside, conditioned and cooled air is left to be re-circulated. Using electricity as its power source, the compressor inside an air conditioning unit pumps coolant, or refrigerant, back and forth to gather heat and moisture from indoors. Warm air from inside is blown over the cooling coil, which is connected to the compressor, and then pumped back into your home.

Fueled by electricity, heat pumps are used for either the heating or cooling of your home by transferring heat between two reservoirs. In the warmer months the heat pump acts like an air conditioner, moving heat from inside your home to the outside. During winter months, heat from outdoors is transferred to the interior of your home. Even a 32º-Fahrenheit day still produces enough heat to warm a home via a heat pump.

Like heat pumps, furnaces keep your home warm in the winter and serve as an important part of your air conditioning system in the summer. In a furnace, gas or oil is combusted in a burner and then heat produced from that reaction passes through a heat exchanger where it is transferred to the air distribution system. The ductwork throughout a home carries and disperses the conditioned air and the flue or vent pipe releases the byproducts, such as carbon dioxide and water vapor, outside the home.

There are many heating and air conditioning systems to choose from today. By contacting a Goodman Manufacturing Company, L.P. dealer, you have access to a vast degree of heating and air conditioning knowledge and experience to help you decide on the system that best fits your specific needs. The size and age of your home, as well as the number of rooms, climate, local and regional utility costs, degree days and utility incentive rebate programs are all factors that will affect the functionality and, therefore, selection of your system. Goodman Manufacturing Company, L.P. dealers, utilizing the latest technology, consider all these factors and, most importantly, your input while assisting you in choosing the best system for your home.

Consumers seeking to replace an existing system often choose a new unit with equal or higher efficiency ratings as compared to their previous system. Replacing a unit that is greater than 10 to 15 years old may reduce natural gas or electricity costs from 30 to 50%.

Contacting a Goodman Manufacturing Company, L.P. Dealer can help you to define your initial cost, warranty protection, service options, maintenance options and operating cost. Once you have chosen a system it is important to remember that proper installation is a major factor in maximizing its operating efficiency and your comfort level.

The basic structure furnace, heat pump, air conditioner is basically the same from manufacturer to manufacturer. The main difference between units is the heat exchanger on a furnace and the coils on an air conditioner or heat pump are made by the manufacturer and the workings; fan motors compressors, electrical controls are made by a hand full of the same manufactures.

 

Janitrol is a company with a long history of quality and performance in the HVAC industry. Janitrol was bought by Goodman in 1982. Goodman is the industry leader in producing good-quality HVAC components at very affordable prices. Goodman backs its products like Janitrol condensing units with some of the best warranties in the industry. When you buy Janitrol condensing units for a heat pump or central air conditioner system, you can be confident you'll get excellent value for the price, and if anything goes wrong with the unit in the first 10 years, Goodman's outstanding warranty will cover it.

Janitrol condensing units are used in AC and heat pump applications. Air conditioner condensing units remove heat from the home or building using refrigerant pumped through the system by a compressor. An evaporator coil is installed in the furnace or air handler indoors. A condensing coil is part of the outdoor unit, the condensing unit. Refrigerant absorbs heat indoors and the system pumps it outside through the copper line. The refrigerant enters the condensing coil and releases heat. The heat radiates out of the coil through its finned-surface and is dispersed by the condenser fan.

When you buy Janitrol condensing units for heat pump systems, they are outfitted with reversing valves that are switched in cold weather. The system then collects heat outside and carries it indoors to be dispersed. When in cooling mode, Janitrol condensing units also dehumidify the indoor space. As heat is removed from the air, the indoor coil gets very cold. Moisture from the air circulating over it condenses and flows into a drain.

Contractors buy Janitrol condensing units for Goodman air conditioner and heat pump systems. Top models like the Goodman 18 SEER DSZC18 heat pump and DSXC18 air conditioner use two-stage condensing units. They run on low capacity most of the time to deliver gentler, more balanced heating and air conditioning. Currently, the lineup of heat pumps and ACs include models with efficiency ratings from 13-18 SEER. Two-stage and single-stage Janitrol condensing units are available in 1.5-5.0 ton capacities. Each one is powered by a reliable, hard-working Janitrol condensing unit.

When you need a condensing unit for a Goodman or Amana HVAC system, Janitrol makes the right model. You can buy Janitrol condensing units from HVAC Plus. We are the low-cost supplier of HVAC replacement parts from all brands. Shop our pages for parts from Trane, Carrier, Lennox, Bryant, Emerson, GE, Snyder-General, AAF-HermanNelson and many more. We're here to help you succeed. We do it through great selection, low prices and fast delivery that gets your parts to you on time every time.