Trane's XV18 Air Conditioner

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Trane XV18 Air Conditioner
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The Trane TruComfort™ systems give you precise comfort by running at the exact speed needed to keep your home comfortable. This allows the variable speed compressor, outdoor fan, and indoor fan to vary operating speed and BTU as the temperature outside changes, slowing down or speeding up gradually in as little as 1/10 of 1% increments to keep comfort within 1/2° of the thermostat setting. An ideal combination of energy efficiency and noise reducing technology, the XV18 keeps your home cool while lowering energy costs. More details about XV18 are rated up to 18 SEER with 750 stages of comfort for ultimate climate control and max efficiency, Ultra quiet performance measured at 4 dB below competitor’s minimum,TruComfort™ technology automatically adjusts temperature while maintaining speeds to avoid temperature swings.

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XV18 Air Conditioner Highlights

  • Trane's high efficient Air Conditioner
  • Up to 18 SEER rating
  • Variable speed compressor

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Product XV20i 24VNA9 XV18 24ANB6 24ACB7
Brand Trane Carrier Trane Carrier Carrier
Comfort Rating 95 92 90 88 85
Efficiency (SEER) up to 22 19 up to 18 16 17
Sound Insulated Yes Yes Yes Yes No
Communicating Yes Yes Yes No No
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