Air Conditioners Meet Jan. 1 DOE Efficiency Standards

Johnson Controls has launched a new line of 14.3 SEER2 residential air conditioners designed to meet the upcoming Department of Energy efficiency standards that go into effect Jan. 1, 2023. The redesigned air conditioners are available in 1.5 to 5 tons and feature aluminum alloy micro-channel coils to ensure maximum energy efficiency and durability at an entry-level price point. The new product line is available for YORK, Luxaire, Coleman, Champion, Fraser-Johnston, Guardian and Evcon brands.  

The new systems meet the DOE required 14.3 SEER2 cooling efficiency targets as well as the EER2 requirements for the southeastern and southwestern U.S. regions.

The new systems meet the DOE required 14.3 SEER2 cooling efficiency targets as well as the EER2 requirements for the southeastern and southwestern U.S. regions. Expertly designed, engineered and rigorously tested, these air conditioners offer the latest in energy savings and lasting performance for years to come. 

Designed and constructed for optimal installation, performance and serviceability, they feature a durable powder-coating painted finish, low-sound and vibration direct-drive fan design, and easy installation and serviceability thanks to a swing-out control box and full access from the top and side of the units. 

For more information about the new 14.3 SEER2 air conditioners available in North America, please visit this page here.  

* The percentage savings are calculated based on the $0.14/kWh national average for three-ton 8 SEER versus 14.3 SEER2 units. 

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