Everyone has the goal of being comfortable, yet the term "comfortable" is interpreted differently by various individuals. Some people's idea of heaven in the spring is the refreshing blast of chilly air from their air conditioner. For some people, the challenge during the winter months is finding humidifiers that prevent the air from becoming too dry. American Pro provides the answer for your HVAC equipment needs, no matter the challenge. We offer everything you need to feel comfortable, from zone control systems to HVAC systems that are efficient with energy use.
In house split systems, air handlers manufactured by American Pro move air in an effective, quiet, and dependable manner. They give additional alternatives and comfort that lasts for a longer period of time thanks to their high-efficiency blowers, completely insulated cabinets, and a range of air moving options that range from traditional fixed speed to high-efficiency communicative constant CFM.
When you want to distribute warm and cold air throughout your whole house, you should use air handlers in conjunction with your air conditioner or heat pump. Air handlers are insulated to reduce sweating and energy loss and may be installed in a variety of places, including attics, basements, and crawlspaces.
In a heat pump or air conditioning system with a split-system configuration, the air handler is an essential component. When a house or building has a split HVAC system, the air handler, which is responsible for moving air through the ductwork to provide heating or cooling, is normally installed within the home or structure.
There are two distinct modes of operation that may be programmed into an air handler for a split system: heat pump and cooling-only. Both heating and cooling may be provided by a heat pump air handler when it is paired with an outside heat pump unit, which is also built to operate with heat pumps. In most cases, the air handler in question is equipped with a reversing valve, which grants it the capability of switching between the heating and cooling modes. Whenever the heat pump is set to the heating mode, it will pull heat from the air outside and transfer it to the air handler. The air handler will then distribute the warm air throughout the house. In the cooling mode, the procedure is switched around such that the air handler moves cold air throughout the house rather than warm air.
On the other hand, an air handler that just offers cooling is intended to be used in conjunction with a separate outside unit that only provides cooling. This particular kind of air handler does not have a reversing valve and is thus unable to provide warmth in any capacity. It does nothing more than move cool air throughout the whole house.
In either scenario, the air handler will include a blower that will be in charge of pushing air through the home's ducting and into the living areas. Additionally, the air handler has a filter that removes dust and other particles from the air. Additionally, the air handler may include other functions, such as a humidifier or a dehumidifier, that allow the humidity levels within the building to be controlled.
Air Handling Unit 18 Seer
Various fan speeds
Integrated PCB Control
Vertical or horizontal multi-positional
Reliability Features NEC regulations are met by all equipment wiring.