Sinton Installs Synergy3D Forced Air Heating and Cooling Systems

Sinton Air Conditioning and Heating installs geothermal systems manufactured by WaterFurnace. The Synergy3D forced air heating and cooling system is a geothermal heat pump with multi-stage heating and cooling feature. It has 23.7 EER and 4.5 COP. This heat pump delivers hot water for radiant floor heating. It is a single unit that operates as a boiler, air conditioner and a furnace.

Synergy3D Forced Air Heating and Cooling System

The Synergy3D forced air heating and cooling system utilizes R-410A refrigerant, which is ozone-safe. It has variable speed ECM blower motors to provide smooth operation. The Copeland Scroll UltraTech compressors, which have dual capacity, are fixed on double isolation plates for quality performance. The coated air coils give a long service life to the unit. This geothermal heat pump is equipped with the microprocessor control to sequence all the components for maximum performance. This microprocessor control also offers troubleshooting features using on-board diagnostics and fault lights.

The cabinets of the Synergy3D forced air heating and cooling system are made of heavy-gauge metal with coated metallic finish. The comfort alert control module identifies and displays abnormal functions of the compressor for easy servicing. The 064 heat pump model has a flow rate of 1,800cfm in full load capacity and 1,300cfm in part load capacity. The ground water heat pump of this model has a full load heating capacity of 53,800 BTUH and a cooling capacity of 65,200 BTUH and the ground loop heat pump model has a heating capacity 42,000 BTUH and a cooling capacity of 60,500 BTU.


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