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Old 07-22-2012, 09:43 PM   #1
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Trying to get the specs of the blower motor in my furnace to see if it is capable of keeping up with the new heat pump and coil I had installed.

It is a Trane TUE080A936K0

Thanks in advance for any help!

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that has a 3 ton blower in it.

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I am sorry, I should have been more specific...I need to know the CFM rating...
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1200 cfm based on 400 cfm per ton necessary for air conditioning, what size of HP do you have?
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New unit is a York 3 ton unit with just under a 4 ton coil (046)

Replaced a Trane 3 ton unit and coil
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If it worked okay with the Trane 3 ton, it should work okay with the York 3 ton. Coil size doesn't really have much to do with CFM, assuming the coil is properly installed and serviced of course.

The rated CFM of that furnace ranges between 717 and 1393, depending on motor speed and static pressure. At a .5 static on high speed, the fan performance charts says you'll deliver 1296 CFM. Note this is the TUE1B080 series, but the fan performanc data should be the same.

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