We created a separate and distinct category for mobile home equipment because of the unique demands placed on cooling and heating systems used in these applications. The primary difference between a mobile home furnace and a furnace designed for a site-built home is the way the furnace is ducted, vented, and installed.
The ducting in a mobile home is smaller and therefore more restrictive, so the furnace blower must be designed to overcome the greater resistance to airflow. This ensures proper air delivery from each supply register. Standard furnaces will not provide the rated air delivery in a mobile home application.
Finally, the return air is drawn through a louvered grill on the front of the furnace, without the need for return ducting. The return air on a standard furnace is drawn from the top (or bottom) and must be ducted to a remote location. Standard furnaces from almost all other manufacturers are not designed or rated for use in mobile homes and can be unsafe if an attempt is made to use them improperly. All furnaces and equipment in this category are design-specific for use in mobile and manufactured homes.
The Coleman furnace looks and feels right
The Coleman E.B. Series Electric Furnace for mobile and manufactured homes is actually two systems in one: As a powerful air handler they can handle up to 4 tons of air conditioning (3.5 tons when used with heat pumps).
As stand-alone electric furnaces, their range of heating capacities make them a perfect match for the heating requirements of almost any mobile home.
Select from heating element sizes of 10, 12, 15, 17 or 20Kw.
These electric furnaces (also known as air handlers) can be used as a stand-alone ducted heating source or as the indoor section of a split cooling or heat pump system.
One Coleman E.B. Series Electric Furnace for efficient mobile and manufactured home heat (Air conditioning ready)
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Under the terms of all manufacturer's warranty and to comply with federal refrigerant handling laws, it is required that the system be checked, started up and signed-off on by a licensed air conditioning/heating contractor prior to use. Failure to comply with this provision will void all factory warranties. Keep a copy of the installation ticket for your records. Please ensure that all supply and return ductwork is properly sized and that a permit is obtained (where required). Always conform with applicable local and state codes. Electrical connections should only be made by a licensed electrical contractor. Unqualified persons should never attempt installation of this or any HVAC system.
Ground Breaking HVAC Technology for Manufactured Homes
Revolv, manufactured by Coleman, has combined state-of-the-art technology and superior product engineering to produce the industry benchmark in manufactured home heating and air conditioning equipment. In addition to an extensive range of HVAC products, the line includes 13 SEER air conditioning condensers with Micro Channel technology.
The Coleman Corporation
The Coleman name brings with it a history of product innovation, and a tradition of quality. Coleman products, which include heating, cooling and outdoor recreational products, are well known to consumers - carrying a legacy of reliability, rugged durability, and exceptional performance and value. Regardless of the size of the home or where it's located, certain things appeal to contractors and homeowners when they are choosing a heating and air conditioning system.
They look for advanced technology that's simple to operate...high efficiencies that will reduce operating costs...and equipment that will deliver quiet, dependable performance with very little maintenance. These are the qualities and features that go into Coleman heating and air conditioning products. Your comfort and satisfaction are the guides we use in our ongoing commitment to design and manufacture the very best heating and air conditioning equipment on the market today. Because only the best can wear the Coleman name.
When you install an ECU Heat Recovery Unit to the air conditioning system in your home you will reduce your annual hot water costs by as much as $456.00, even more for larger air conditioners and high use water heaters. And, we're so certain of the performance of the ECU, we offer a no risk, money back guarantee.