Trane's XR17 Air Conditioner

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Details on the Trane XR17 Air Conditioner

Trane’s XR17 A/C systems have Seasonal Energy Efficiency Ratings (SEER) up to 18.00, making these central air conditioners an excellent choice for home comfort and for earning energy-efficiency tax credits. The XR17 central air conditioning unit comes with the reliability you’ve come to expect from Trane and the energy efficiency you deserve. Designed with you in mind, this central air conditioner’s two-stage cooling technology helps provide even cooling to every room in your home.

75
Up To 18

XR17 Air Conditioner Highlights

  • Trane's high efficient Air Conditioner
  • Up to 18 SEER rating
  • Two stage compressor

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Product XL18i 24ACC6 XR17 24ACB3 XL16i
Brand Trane Carrier Trane Carrier Trane
Comfort Rating 80 80 75 75 70
Efficiency (SEER) up to 18 16 up to 18 13 up to 17
Sound Insulated No Yes No Yes No
Communicating No No No No No
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