Help Decoding Serial Number on Heat Pump


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Old 06-24-12, 03:12 PM
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Help Decoding Serial Number on Heat Pump

Could someone help me figure out the manufacturer, manufacture date, size and SEER rating for this unit?

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Old 06-24-12, 03:28 PM
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ICP = Manufacturer
5 ton or 60,000 btu
made in 2004
10 seer

http://icpindexing.toddsit.com/docum...2821300108.pdf
 
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Thanks for the help! This unit is installed on my rental house in Phoenix. It is a one-story, 1600sf built in 1988. Does this seem way too big?

We just moved in and noticed that we are using a little over 100 kWH per day while keeping the thermostat at 77. Could this be due to the a/c? Our neighbor with a similar size house uses about 55 kWH per day (not sure of his thermostat habits though).

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Old 06-24-12, 04:26 PM
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A load calculation is the only way to know what size unit your home actually needs. Just guessing is not acceptable when sizing equipment. As to your home being in Phoenix I could see it needing 5 tons depending on windows, doors, insulation.... but I can't tell you for sure if it is oversized. There are DIY load calc software available on the internet that you can purchase for one time use.
 
 

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