Bryant Condensing Units Reviews

Bryant Condensing Units Reviews

Bryant Condensing Units Reviews – Bryant condensing units are available from 13 SEER all the way up to 20 SEER. From Bryant’s economical Legacy line all the way up to Bryant’s Evolution series Bryant manufactures heat pump and air conditioner condensing units that match air handlers and gas furnaces systems. Bryant also has a hybrid heating and cooling system that can matched with a Bryant heat pump condenser. Various features of Bryant condensing units include:

  • Bryant Condensing Units ReviewsTwo stage compressors for high efficiency in select Bryant condensing units
  • Bryant condensing units engineered for quiet operation
  • Select Bryant condensers have advanced diagnostic features
  • Louvered coil guard on select Bryant condensers
  • Bryant condensing units available with R-410A refrigerant

Bryant Condensing Units Reviews – Professional Opinion

Bryant is a sister company of Carrier therefore some of the Carrier engineering goes into the Bryant condensing units. As this is concerned some of the parts in Bryant condensing units are proprietary and can only be purchased through a Bryant (or Carrier) parts dealer. Carrier and Bryant do have a good network of parts dealers and typically any type of part for any type of system can be shipped overnight but these proprietary parts are not cheap.

On the other hand the engineering is sound and the product is a quality product provided it is installed properly and maintained on a regular schedule. That is important with any brand of HVAC equipment. Carrier and Bryant also have basic requirements for dealers and the training of their technicians so you will more than likely get a technician that is very familiar with systems and make a repair in a timely manner.

Bryant Condensing Units Reviews – History

Bryant was founded in 1904 by Charles Bryant offering gas fired boilers. Bryant is now owned by United Technologies which is also the parent company of Carrier. If you have a Bryant air conditioner or heat pump system please leave a review below to help others make a better informed decision about their purchase of a new Bryant system.

Condensing Units Reviews | Consumer Ratings

Bryant Condensing Units Reviews

Bryant Air Handlers Reviews | Consumer Ratings

Bryant Air Handlers Reviews | Consumer Ratings

Bryant Air Handlers Reviews | Consumer RatingsBryant Air Handlers Reviews – Bryant air handlers range in models from Evolution Series to Preferred Series to Legacy Series in name and price range (with Evolution Series being the units with all the bells and whistles) if you are considering purchasing a Bryant air handler. Bryant air handlers are sized to fit the needs of residential and light commercial applications and can be fitted with either heat pumps or air conditioners. (more…)

Bryant Package Unit Reviews | Consumer Ratings

Bryant Package Unit Reviews | Consumer Ratings

Bryant Package Unit Reviews | Consumer RatingsBryant package units include a full-line of package units configured as hybrid heat pump package units with gas heat, gas furnace and air conditioner package units know as gas packs, air conditioning only package units, and air conditioner package units with electric heat. Bryant package units are primarily used for light commercial and residential uses. (more…)

Bryant Gas Furnace Reviews | Consumer Ratings

Bryant Gas Furnace Reviews | Consumer Ratings

Bryant Gas Furnace Reviews | Consumer RatingsBryant Gas Furnace Reviews – Bryant offers gas furnaces ranging in efficiency ratings from 80% AFUE all the way up to 98.3% AFUE. There product line of gas furnaces includes the Legacy, Preferred, and Evolution Series models that offer a wide and various range of features, sizes and flow types. The top of the line model is a modulating gas furnace that gives an output based on demand. That equals efficiency which reduces your energy bills for heating. Most Bryant gas furnaces are also compatible and available for the Bryant hybrid systems where the gas furnace is used in combination with a heat pump condenser for the heat pump back-up heat. (more…)

Bryant Heat Pump Reviews – Consumer Ratings

Bryant Heat Pump Reviews - Consumer RatingsBryant Heat Pump Reviews – Consumer Ratings – Bryant offers heat pumps in three different series – The Bryant Evolution Series, The Bryant Preferred Series, and the Bryant Legacy lines. Bryant heat pumps come in efficiency ranges from 13 SEER 7.9 HSPF to 20.5 SEER 13.0 HSPF. Bryant also uses R-410A refrigerant and two-stage Scroll compressors in selected heat pump models for better efficiency. In selected heat pumps Bryant has control boards that offer diagnostics features for easier heat pump troubleshooting. Some features of selected Bryant heat pumps are: (more…)

Bryant Air Conditioners Reviews – Consumer Ratings

Bryant Air Conditioners Reviews - Consumer RatingsBryant Air Conditioners Reviews – Bryant offers a variety of air conditioning systems that range from 13 SEER all the way up to 19 SEER for efficiency ranges. In Bryant’s lower efficiency ranges Bryant also offers equipment with the old refrigerant R-22 while maintaining a full line of air conditioners that use R-410A or the newer ozone friendly refrigerant. Bryant offers four distinct lines of air conditioners: The Evolution Series which is Bryant top of the line models – The Preferred Series which is Bryant’s premium quality air conditioners – The Preferred Compact series which is a premium product in smaller package – and the Legacy series of products which is the economical offering of Bryant air conditioning. Some features of Bryant air conditioners are: (more…)

Condenser Fan Motor Repair | Air Conditioners & Heat Pumps

Condenser Fan Motor Repair | Air Conditioners & Heat Pumps

What you will learn from this article:
1) Specific description of a motors job along with some technical details
2) Air Conditioner & heat pump fan motor operation
3) Fan motor troubleshooting basics
4) Condensing unit fan motor repair warning and disclaimer – Turn the power off before working on the fan
5) Replacing or repairing the motor
6) Why you should replace the capacitor when you replace the motor
7) Conclusion along with lots of resource and related links so you can take a closer look and learn more.

Condensing Unit Top

Condenser Fan Motor Inside the Condenser

The condensing unit fan is responsible for pulling air through coils of the condensing unit. They pull air through the condensing unit coils. It runs the gamut in horsepower ratings from low fractional horsepower in small residential units all the way up to 1 horsepower (and larger) 3 phase motors in large commercial HVAC units.

It is usually direct drive to a propeller blade which creates the air flow. Its job it to move air. A specific quantity of air through the condensing unit coils so that a heat exchange process can take place and rig the condensing unit of the heat it absorbed indoors or in the case of the heat pump in heating mode to absorb heat from the outside air and send it inside.

Condenser Fan Motors Available for Purchase Here

It is the process of refrigeration and all the components work together to achieve one result and that is to move heat from one place to another.

A Closer Look – The classic definition of refrigeration is to move heat from one place to another. The condenser fan motor is an essential part of that process. Take a closer look at the HVAC Refrigeration

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Thermostat Wiring Colors Code | HVAC Control

What you will learn in Thermostat Wiring Colors Code article:

  1. What thermostat wire color is likely to go to which terminal on the thermostat
  2. The function of each wire terminal on the average thermostat highlighting some of the differences in those functions from manufacturer to manufacturer

Sometimes the thermostat is not the problem. Please check this article for a checklist of things to check before calling a heating and cooling repair service.
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Condensing Units | Heating and Cooling

HVAC Condensing Units

Condensing Units caution – Air Conditioning and Heating equipment uses high voltage. Caution is always advised when working around high voltage. When in doubt call a professional. Safety First!!

What you will learn from this article:
1) Basic description of a condensing unit
2) The differences between a heat pump condensing unit and an air conditioner condensing unit
3) The HVAC compressor or the heart of your air conditioner or heat pump
4) Basic description of some components in the condensing unit
5) Condensing Unit fan motor
6) Maintenance and upkeep of the condensing unit
7) Basic instructions on cleaning the condensing unit
8) Loose electrical connections in the condensing unit
9) Lots of resource and related links to help to learn in depth information about HVAC and condensing units

Condensing UnitsAir Conditioning & Heat Pump condensing unit is a simple yet technical piece of HVAC equipment. It sits out in the back (or side) of your house and kicks on and off almost by itself. At least it seems that way to most people. In this box made of sheet metal, is the heart of your HVAC cooling system. Or for those with heat pumps, it is the heart of your HVAC heating and cooling.

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Heat Pump Sequence of Operation – HVAC Technical

Heat Pump Sequence of Operation

Heat Pump Sequence of Operation – Every electrical-mechanical piece of equipment has a sequence of operation and while some manufacturers of heat pumps vary slightly with their heat pump sequence of operation but overall the sequence of operation for a heat pump is the same for most manufacturers. So unless you have a special type of heat pump (they are out there – the Acadia heat pump is designed for extreme cold weather temperatures up North like Canada) the sequence of operation for your heating equipment should be very similar to what I described here. This is the basic operation of a heatpump like you will find in conventional heatpumps.
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