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What Is SEER and Why Does It Matter?
If you’re in the market for a new air conditioner or heat pump, you have probably noticed that each unit comes with a SEER rating related to the unit’s energy efficiency and performance for cooling. But what exactly is SEER, and why should it matter to you?
Higher SEER Equals Higher Efficiency
SEER stands for Seasonal Energy Efficiency Ratio, and it measures the annual energy consumption and efficiency of the unit’s cooling ability in typical day-to-day use. The higher the SEER rating, the less energy the unit will use. Many older residential air conditioning systems in the U.S. may have SEER ratings of 10 or less. The good news for homeowners in the market for a new air conditioner or heat pump is that current high-efficiency residential equipment can boast SEER ratings of 25 or higher. Higher SEER units typically cost less to run, which can save homeowners money on energy costs.
Before the SEER rating was adopted, cooling equipment was rated based on how much energy was used while running at full capacity in a controlled environment. The method was similar to calculating the average fuel efficiency of a vehicle while driving it 100 mph on rollers in a climate-controlled lab. The test results would not be an accurate measurement of the vehicle’s typical efficiency.
As a result, the SEER rating was developed in order to provide consumers with a more accurate representation of the typical energy use of an air conditioning unit or heat pump in cooling mode. The SEER rating takes into account a number of important factors:, Climate zones, Part-load efficiency, Energy consumption in standby mode, Varying load requirements
The U.S. Department of Energy (DOE) sets energy efficiency standards for air conditioners, heat pumps, and other HVAC (heating, ventilation, and air conditioning) equipment. In 2006, the DOE raised the minimum SEER requirement from 10 SEER to 13 SEER nationwide in an effort to promote energy savings that benefit the consumer. In 2015, the DOE again raised the minimum SEER requirement for central air conditioners and heat pumps installed in certain regions of the U.S.1 Currently, the minimum SEER rating for central air conditioners and heat pumps is 14 in the South and Southwest regions of the U.S. and 13 in the North.
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SOME MAIN FEATURES ON THE GOODMAN AIR CONDITIONERS
Factory-installed filter driers
- Filter-driers play a pivotal role in the operation of air conditioning and refrigeration systems. A factory installed filter-drier absorbs and filters residual system contaminants and moisture.
Contactors with lugs
- The lugs provide an easy and secure method of connecting the main power wires to the unit.
Louvered coil guards
- Louvered coil guards protect the coil from damage from things such as sticks, lawn equipment and hail. The louvered design provides enhanced protection for condenser coils when compared to wire guard frames.