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TEM4 Air Handler| Heating | Ventilation | Air Conditioning | HVAC | Trane
TEM4 Air Handler
Manufactured by Trane
The TEM4 air handler combines affordability and flexibility to work with the complete range of Trane heating and cooling products. So you get the reliability of Trane and the options to work within your specific system and budget.
COMFORT AND EFFICIENCY
The all-aluminum coil found in the TEM4 residential air handlers is exponentially more durable than standard copper coils, which are susceptible to formicary corrosion. These all-aluminum coils ensure families stay comfortable indoors all year long, no matter what the weather outside.
Trane residential air handlers come with a no-rust polymer drain pan along with galvanized cabinet features to keep things running and looking good for a long time.
Matched options made right
The introduction of the TEM4 residential air handlers allows more flexibility for addressing special applications for all of your heating and cooling needs. Whether your system requires the standard convertible air handler, a stud-mount upflow or a Furr-Down option, we can meet those needs while also providing the integrity of a complete matched system made to work flawlessly and efficiently year after year.
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*Ingersoll Rand Marketing Insights, Trane Claim Consumer Survey, October 2016.
** Trane received the highest numerical score in United States in the proprietary Lifestory Research 2016 America’s Most TrustedTM Heating, Ventilation, & Air Conditioning (HVAC) System study. Study based on 17,878 surveys among residential consumers. Proprietary study results are based on experiences and perceptions of consumers surveyed between January and December 2015. For details see www.lifestoryresearch.com.