The York Sunline units which meet UL 1995 requirements also incorporate new lowleak economizers

The York Sunline units, which meet UL 1995 requirements, also incorporate new low-leak economizers.

New York Packaged Units Meet Efficiency Standard

The three- to five-ton 14 SEER York Sunline packaged units use the same footprint and curb as prior three- to five-ton packaged unit models

York Sunline packaged units from Johnson Controls now meet 2015 regional efficiency standards.

The three- to five-ton 14 SEER units use the same footprint and curb as prior three- to five-ton packaged unit models and feature standard Simplicity SE controls, making equipment easier to install, operate and service. In addition to an easy-to-read, built-in LCD display and standard temperature sensors, the controls provide wireless capabilities for start-up, commissioning and monitoring.

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Cabinet improvements include a full separation of high- and low-voltage wiring pathways to improve safety and quality and the relocation of electrical components for easier access and protection from the elements. The units, which meet UL 1995 requirements, also incorporate new low-leak economizers, along with factory-installed economizers, heat pumps and reheat units.

Other technologies new to select models include:

  • Variable frequency drives
  • Copeland two-stage compressors
  • High-efficiency motors
  • Sunline packaged units are available in electric/electric, gas/electric and heat pumps.

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