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Bryant Central Air Conditioning Models

ENERGY STAR Rated
AeroQuiet II 72db
Two Stage Unit
up to 20 SEER
ENERGY STAR Rated
AeroQuiet II 71db
Two Stage Unit
up to 17 SEER
ENERGY STAR RATED
AeroQuiet II 68db
Single Stage Unit
up to 16 SEER
ENERGY STAR RATED
Efficient & Economical
Quiet as dishwasher
up to 16.5 SEER
ENERGY STAR Rated
Efficient & Economical
Quiet as dishwasher
up to 16 SEER
Efficient & Economical
Quiet as dishwasher
13 SEER
ENERGY STAR Rated
Ultra Compact Design
Quiet 66db
16.5 SEER
ENERGY STAR Rated
Low Cost Cooling
Single Stage Unit
up to 16 SEER
ENERGY STAR Rated
Low Cost Cooling
Single Stage Unit
up to 14 SEER
Low Cost Cooling
Single Stage Unit
14 SEER

R-410 is the best Air Conditioner refridgerant

The cooling refrigerant is also an environmental and long-term consideration. R-22 (best known to the public as Freon, a DuPont product) is being phased out due to international accords. It contains hydro-chlorofluorocarbons that damage the ozone layer. A manufacturing by-product that contributes to global warming. Until January 1, 2010, you were legally able to buy a new air conditioner that uses R-22. The EPA says that consumers who made that choice will still be able to buy replacement R-22 coolant until 2020.

Most central air conditioners now use R-410 instead, also known as Puron (a trade name of the Bryant corporation), which is less harmful to the environment. Some of the cheaper central AC units in most manufacturers' lines still use R-22, and while using R-22 may be less expensive in the short run, you might face premature repair or replacement issues. While R-22 may be produced for servicing existing equipment, manufacturers could choose to discontinue it. At best, diminished supplies will result in higher prices. For those reasons, most experts and environment advocates say you should opt for a central air conditioner that uses R-410.

Parts designed specifically for R-410A must be used as R-410A operates at higher pressures than other refrigerants. Thus R-410A systems require service personnel to use different tools, equipment, safety standards and techniques. Equipment manufacturers are aware of these changes and require the certification of professionals installing R-410A systems. In addition the AC&R Safety Coalition has been created to help educate professionals about R-410-A system.