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    Default 'Cold Point' A/C

    Anybody know the age/code of a 'Cold Point' A/C unit?

    Thanks for your information.

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    Default Re: 'Cold Point' A/C

    my guess would be 07 (July) of 08 (2008) - when was that house built?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jerry Peck View Post
    my guess would be 07 (July) of 08 (2008) - when was that house built?
    Thanks for your reply Jerry. That was my guess also - or the other way around, but, the house was built in '03....so I could not pinpoint the date. It wont make any difference for my report, I just wont fill in the date.
    Building intelligence center had no info on this 'Cold Point' or on an associated company 'Adirondack Air'. But this is the first time I have ever seen this brand


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    Default Re: 'Cold Point' A/C

    I'm guessing 4 ton mfg 2007. My Preston Guide only goes to 2000, and the m/n's are not even close.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Jack Feldmann View Post
    I'm guessing 4 ton mfg 2007. My Preston Guide only goes to 2000, and the m/n's are not even close.
    Thanks for looking into it Jack. I appreciate your time. Because this will likely not be the last of this brand I see, I was hoping for a key to the numbers for the future. This particular type is tall and has bolt flanges for bolting to a foundation or pad. This wasn't bolted....pushing on it and starting it to tip was almost effortless. You can see two of the bolt flanges at the base of the unit.

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    Default Re: 'Cold Point' A/C

    Quote Originally Posted by Chris Weekly View Post
    Anybody know the age/code of a 'Cold Point' A/C unit?

    Thanks for your information.
    Heres a link to a great site. Its list most all manufactures and helps with identification

    Building Intelligence Center | Your #1 resource for determing the date of manufacture or age of HVAC & Water Heater equipment.

    Hope you can use it in the future


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    Quote Originally Posted by Michael Choffin View Post
    Heres a link to a great site. Its list most all manufactures and helps with identification

    Building Intelligence Center | Your #1 resource for determing the date of manufacture or age of HVAC & Water Heater equipment.

    Hope you can use it in the future
    It may list them all, but it sure doesn't have info on all it lists. Cold-Point to name one. Its still a link worth saving.

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    Default Re: 'Cold Point' A/C

    Quote Originally Posted by Michael Choffin View Post
    Heres a link to a great site. Its list most all manufactures and helps with identification

    Building Intelligence Center | Your #1 resource for determing the date of manufacture or age of HVAC & Water Heater equipment.

    Hope you can use it in the future
    Ummm...Yeah thanks Michael. I have used that site before in the past and will continue to use it in the future (see post #3) ...and they generally are my first try at determining age info. My 2nd choice is InspectionNews.net....when the 1st fails to provide me with the info. But thanks again for helpful info...
    Chris


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    Default Re: 'Cold Point' A/C

    I just checked my Preston Guide and it does not even show any Cold Points built after 1998 and mine is the 2005 guide... interesting.

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    Default Re: 'Cold Point' A/C

    Appears to be a Cold Point 48 MBTU CNC "high efficiency condensing unit." See: http://www.coldpointcorp.com/pdf/CNCSPECRev3-2013.pdf
    Call to the manufacturer might provide more than speculation: 315-339-2331.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Endicott69 View Post
    Call to the manufacturer might provide more than speculation: 315-339-2331.
    Cold Point Corp. - Adirondack Aire: NEW and REPLACEMENT heating & air conditioning systems. Heating - Cooling, Geothermal, water source heat pump Water Source, 13SEER, 13 SEER: replacement air conditioner, direct replacement, PTAC

    Phone: 315.339.2331
    Address: 7500 Cold Point Drive Rome, New York 13440
    Email: info@coldpointcorp.com

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    Default Re: 'Cold Point' A/C

    The phone # rings and rings and rings.....so I sent them an email...I'll let y'all know if they respond.


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    Default Re: 'Cold Point' A/C

    Reply from Cold Point:

    "That unit was produced in August of 2007.

    Sam"

    Date code for 'Cold Point' then is: 1st two numbers represent Year, and 2nd two numbers Month ........according to 'Sam'


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    Default Re: 'Cold Point' A/C

    Quote Originally Posted by Chris Weekly View Post
    Reply from Cold Point:

    "That unit was produced in August of 2007. Sam"

    Date code for 'Cold Point' then is: 1st two numbers represent Year, and 2nd two numbers Month ........according to 'Sam'
    Having that information, I will sleep better tonight...


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    Default Re: 'Cold Point' A/C

    "Having that information, I will sleep better tonight... "

    Happy to put you at ease E69.
    ...and for any others' out there that were hanging on anxiously awaiting the results....rest easy.


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