We are one of the reputed organization engaged in providing superior quality Copeland Scroll Compressors. These Copeland Scroll Compressors are in good demand in market due to high quality and long service life. These products are available in market at competitive rates.
Compressors for residential HVAC units are fairly easy to find a replacement. Copeland offers a variety of replacements for all residential units. You do not have to match up the model numbers exactly and in most cases it will not as the model number is changed for all these after market replacements. In other words Copeland changes the Bill of Material portion of the model number for compressors sold as replacements.
Model Number Information
What the Copeland Compressor model number breakdown is
Example for ZR 72 KC - TFD - 522
Z = Scroll
R = R22 Refrigerant
72 = Calculation of BtuK/hr (72,000 x 50 / 60 Hz) and is equivalent to 5 Tons ( an acceptable Btu difference is + or - .5)
KC = is the revision of this type of compressor and is not important when choosing a replacement
TFD = mounting and voltage (as long as the previous compressor has this, then you are OK)
522 - is the Bill of Material that Copeland assigns. This number changes for all compressors and is not critical.
In summary the following model features are critical and need to be the same
C = Reciprocating Compressor
Z = Scroll Compressor
P = R410a refrigerant
R = R22 refrigerant
K = Number Multiplier ( x 10000 )
C = A number only arbitrarily assigned to indicate different model types within any one family series
KCE = Refrigerant R134a, R404a, R502 etcccoco
K3 = revision (not important)
TFD = NOMINAL VOLTAGE-HERTZ-PHASE (Three Phase, 50Hz, 380/420 - 3 Phase)
522 = Bill of Material. Mounting Designs.
The BTU rating (or tonnage) is the 2 digit number and immediately follows the type and refrigerant information.
Example - ZR22 is a scroll compressor with a 22,000 btu/hr rating and is equivalent to a 2 ton rating. Heat pump and air conditioner tonnages are determined by the amount of btu/hr. Every 12,000 btu/hr is equal to a "ton" of cooling or heating capacity. So 18,000 is equal to 1.5 x 12,000 and equates to a 1.5 Ton unit. It is perfectly acceptable to be within 3,000 btu/hr when replacing a compressor. A 16,000 btu/hr or 19,000 btu/hr can be a replacement for a 1.5 ton capacity compressor. If you have questions, you can contact us for a correct replacement model number.
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