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The all-aluminum coil found in this new line of air handlers is exponentially more durable than standard copper coils, which are susceptible to formicary corrosion. This ensures families stay comfortable indoors all year long, no matter what the weather outside. The extraordinary Trane Hyperion™ air handler represents a substantial advance in air handling technology. A double-walled cabinet and our exclusive Trane Vortica™ blower ensures reliable, ultra-quiet operation. More details for GAM5 are Refrigerator-styled insulation made without exposed fibrous material, virtually eliminates sweating, condensation and airborne particles for a safer home environment, Trane Vortica™ blower provides reliable, ultra-quiet operation, and double-walled cabinet eliminates the need for exposed insulation, preventing energy loss and reducing its carbon footprint.

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GAM5 Air Handler Highlights

  • Trane's Hyperion Air Handler
  • Multi speed ECM motor
  • Budget friendly

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