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Trane Air Handlers

Air Handlers Increase the Efficiency of Your Heating and Cooling System

The air handler is an important part of your air conditioning equipment. Its job is to effectively circulate conditioned air throughout your home.

WHAT IT IS

Your central heating and cooling system consists of two main parts—an outdoor unit and an indoor unit, or air handler. When matched with a heat pump, it circulates both cool and hot air, depending on the season.

With properly sized Trane air handlers, your family has the right amount of clean, comfortable air all year round.

Plus, Trane air handlers make a significant contribution to the overall efficiency of your system.

That’s because the more efficient your air handler is, the less work your outdoor unit has to do to make your home comfortable.

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Home Comfort Pop Quiz

  • Do you hear your system “kick on“?
  • When it does, do you feel a blast of air?
  • Does the fan noise drown out your voice during a phone call?
  • Does the temperature in your home go up and down like a roller coaster?
  • Does your home feel damp inside?
  • Do your cooling bills make you break out in a sweat?

 

If you answered “yes” to at least two of these questions, then you should investigate a Trane variable speed air handler.

Why? Because it offers your family a superior level of comfort. Once you’ve experienced it, you’ll wonder how you lived without it for so long.

So what’s the difference? Inside your air handler is an electric motor that drives the indoor blower. In most standard systems, it runs at only one speed-full capacity-and is either on or off.

Trane’s variable speed motor is smarter than that.

It automatically varies its speed based on your home’s heating and cooling requirements. It ramps up to maximum speed slowly instead of coming on full capacity all at once.

This means there’s no sudden blast of air-just a gentler, more even airflow. And because it runs at a lower speed most of the time, there’s less noise.

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