The CAPF3030C6 evaporator coil is used in combination with a furnace and split air conditioner or heat pump system. The Goodman CAPF series coils are cased coils and feature a flowrater valve. This type of valve has a fixed orifice and is constructed to deliver a fixed amount of refrigerant to the coil, regardless of conditions. Evaporator coils are for use split system air conditioner condensers as well as heat pump systems. The CAPF3030C6, can be used with 30,000 (2.5 ton) systems.
All Goodman coils feature an all-aluminum tube and fin coil design. Goodman uses a single metal, aluminum, and a grooved tube help to deliver the utmost in heat transfer efficiency. Aluminum construction helps to hinder potential corrosion. Like other Goodman products, the cabinet has a galvanized leather grain-embossed finish. Foil-faced insulation covers the casing inside to reduce cabinet condensate. A split seam is located on the front of the cabinet for easy access. Thermoplastic drain pans resist rust and the harmful effects of UV rays. They are constructed of DecaBDE-free thermoplastic and have a low water-retention design.
The CAPF series of evaporator coils can be connected for use in an upflow or downflow application. In an upflow installation you can take advantage of the natural flow the heat. In this type of setup, cold air enters at the bottom and hot air is exhausted out the top. The opposite is true in a downflow installation. Usually installed in attics, this installation takes cooler air into the top of the unit and released out the bottom or downward into the space. The CAPF evaporator coils require either R410A or R22 refrigerant.
- Nominal Cooling Tons: 2.5
- Service Valve Liquid Connection Size: 3/8"
- Service Valve Suction Connection Size: 3/4"
- Nominal Width for Gas Furnace: 21.0"
- Plenum Width: 20.0"
- Dimensions: 21.0"w x 21.125"d x 22.0"h
Cased evaporator coils are typically used for new comfort system installations including a new furnace. They must be paired with the condenser unit in a split system - with or without a heat pump, as well as match the furnace for a proper/exact fit. Uncased coils are typically used in replacement installations in which you are inserting the coil into pre-existing ductwork.
The evaporator coil cabinet is 21" deep for easier attic access. Professional installation by an HVAC contractor is required. An HVAC installer will have the experience required to make sure your new system is up and running properly.
Like all Goodman equipment, evaporator coils are designed, engineered, and built in America and built to last. They feature a 10 year parts limited warranty and are AHRI Certified and ETL Listed.
- Cooling Capacity (Tonnage):
- 2.5 Tons
- Plenum Opening - Width (in.):
- Nominal Furnace Width (in.):
- TXV Installed:
- Installation Type:
- Upflow or Downflow
- Service Valve Liquid (in.):
- Service Valve Suction (in.):
- Height (in.):
- Width (in.):
- Depth (in.):
- AHRI Certified; ETL Listed
- Parts Warranty:
- 10 Years