All good HVAC companies will fit
their air conditioning units with several attractive features which make for a
brilliant central ac unit. However, few systems put forth as many advantages as
the Goodman GSX16. At a glance, the features of this machine are:
Highly Efficient Compressor
Single-Speed Condenser Fan Motor
Efficient Cooling Capacity
Heavy-Gauge Galvanized Steel Enclosure Cabinet
Factory-Installed In-Line Filter Drier
All of these steps have been
taken by Goodman to ensure that they are able to provide the best HVAC
experience for their customers. Let’s get into why these are important.
First off, to attain high
efficiency and therefore a high SEER rating, a central ac unit needs a
high-efficiency compressor as well as a good fan. So, Goodman has used a
high-efficiency compressor that is capable of achieving a 16 SEER rating, while
performing reliably for several years. Therefore, after the AC replacement of
your current system, you will be paying much less in energy bills.
Next, the motor. In order to keep the sound in
your air conditioning system significantly low while providing a constant
stream of air to the condensing coil, the importance
of a high-quality fan cannot be
stressed enough. Therefore, to
satisfy customers in this regard, Goodman has used a single-speed condenser fan
motor which is quiet, and dependable.
To keep up with the durability
needs of customers, Goodman has taken two major steps. Firstly the air conditioning
unit is neatly packed into a louvered cabinet which protects the internal coil.
On top of this, you have an appliance-quality, post-paint, baked enamel finish
which serves a protective layer against external forces.
Furthermore, the air conditioning
unit is fitted with a factory-installed in-line filter drier which serves as an
important protection against dirt and moisture build up. This, in turn, makes
the environment uninhabitable for molds,
and prevents molds in duct. Therefore,
you will be saving a lot of costs on ac maintenance & repair, as you will
not need mold removal too often.