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    I did an inspection today and can't find the tonnage on A/C compressor/condenser unit. Could any one help me? It's a Payne unit model # PA10JA048-H. Thank You.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tom Rees View Post
    I did an inspection today and can't find the tonnage on A/C compressor/condenser unit. Could any one help me? It's a Payne unit model # PA10JA048-H. Thank You.
    PA10JA048-H

    48 divided by 12 = 4 Ton

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    Thanks a lot Billy I appreciate it.

    Tom Rees / A Closer Look Home Inspection / Salt Lake City, Utah

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    As Billy correctly stated, it's a 4 ton unit. Payne is a division of United Technologies. (makers of Carrier, Bryant, Payne...and formerly Day N' Night)
    The tag may say BDP Corporation.
    Most manufacturers code the size in the model number, and it is divisible by 12. For example, 48 is a 4 ton, 36 is a 3 ton, and 30 is a 2.5 ton...and so on.


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    Thanks Kevin.

    Tom Rees / A Closer Look Home Inspection / Salt Lake City, Utah

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