Ingram’s Offers Clearance on R22 Heat Pump and Air Conditioner Condensers

(Summary): Leading Kentucky-based online HVAC equipment supplier Ingramswaterandair.com offers clearance prices on its remaining R22 air conditioner condensers and R22 heat pump stock .

(Paducah, KY), January 26, 2011 — With new environmental regulations making R-22 refrigerant based cooling systems a thing of the past, HVAC contractors are finding it difficult to locate replacement condensers for R22 based systems, and R-22 heat pumps are also becoming harder and harder to locate. However, because there is no legal need to replace old R-22 based systems, there is a great need for these replacement parts and systems.

Ingramswaterandair.com, the online division of Paducah, KY based Ingram’s Water and Air Equipment, which supplies HVAC and related equipment throughout the United States, is pleased to announce that it still has stocks of R-22 condensers and heat pumps available for immediate shipment at clearance prices.

The Federal government has banned all new installations of R-22 based air conditioning equipment, but it does not regulate the repair or replacement of existing R-22 systems. Therefore, many apartment buildings and commercial premises which are cooled with R-22 air conditioning systems will need to have replacement condensers and heat pumps installed in time for the peak air conditioning season. Contractors are therefore seeking reliable sources that still offer a selection of R22 condenser and R22 heat pump AC equipment.

Given the nationwide reputation of Ingramswaterandair.com for quality HVAC parts and components that are delivered quickly at reasonable prices, the announcement that the dealer still has R-22 based equipment available was welcomed by HVAC contractors and building managers throughout the country. In order to make room for newer legally mandated R-410 based equipment, Ingramswaterandair.com is offering their remaining R-22 condenser and heat pump stock at clearance prices. The present stock  consists of heat pumps and condensers in various sizes from top manufacturers, so that the components can be relied upon to function properly for as long as R-22 refrigerant remains available in the United States.

Contractors and building managers who have R-22 based air conditioning systems that may require replacement or upgrading of heat pumps or condensers are advised to contact Ingramswaterandair.com at (800) 360-1569 or sales@ingramswaterandair.com for more information regarding the R22 condenser and R22 heat pump AC clearance. Demand is expected to be extremely high as contractors get systems ready for the peak air conditioning season and as R-22 parts and components become more and more difficult to find.

6 Comment(s)

  1. My trane 2 1/2 ton (XL1000) 13 seer (15year) condensing unit is about to give out. Would it be worthwhile changing out the condensing unit and leaving the air handler? The air handler is in great shape. Or could it even be done., I would sure like to save the money. Thanks

    Dan | Mar 2, 2011 | Reply

  2. I,m in need of finding a 4ton, and 3-3tons, all heat pumps, as they were stolen off a property

    Pat Irby | Apr 26, 2011 | Reply

  3. Hello,
    I have a Bryant unit #661CJX03600AEAA Serial No. 0805E12229
    I believe that I have a non-repairable coolant leak within the coils on my outside unit. Do you sell replacemet coil for this unit?
    Many thanks,
    Cynthia Brierton

    Cynthia Brierton | May 31, 2011 | Reply

  4. hi need to replace my moncrief 2.5 ton r22 condenser 440-346-6444Give me a call and let me know what you can do for me

    rich | Jun 7, 2011 | Reply

  5. I am looking for R@@ 2.5 Ton Heat Pump Condenser. It needs to be fully charged.
    I prefer Goodman. If you have one please let me know.
    Thank you
    James Vescovi

    James Vescovi | Jun 24, 2011 | Reply

  6. Do the R22 condensors offered come charged with the R22 refrigerant. Looking for 2.5 ton condensors 13 Seer

    Jack Pruett | Jun 24, 2013 | Reply

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