Bryant has been a name recognized by millions of people for air conditioners, washers and dryers but they are also known for heat and air conditioning pumps as well.
The Legacy Line Heat Pumps from Bryant were designed with the environmental issues as well as the cost effectiveness of each pump. In fact the unit uses Puron, which is an environmentally friendly refrigerant. What sets these heat pumps apart from the rest is that they use a Hybrid Heat. This is a system that uses a gas furnace and a matching control with the heat pump. The Hybrid Heat will automatically choose the most cost effective heating source for your home heating needs. These systems offer a huge flexibility to maintain the home’s comfort level as the outside weather conditions and energy prices change. Another great system in the Legacy Line is the Thermidistat Control. This control will offer a 7-day a week programming plus the Perfect Humidity; this will increase the comfort level in your home by offering 30 times the humidity control. Where can you find numbers like that?
Some of the benefits that are offered to the Legacy Line Heat Pumps are environmentally sound and ultra efficiency. The scroll compressor was designed with Puron to allow the pump to operate smoother and quieter. The quiet operation of the pumps include naturally quiet operation that is helped along with the built in compressor sound hood. The Legacy Line from Bryant is equipped with a Microtube Technology. This works in cooperation with the refrigeration system. The system includes copper tube and aluminum fin coils that will increase the transfer of heat from outside your home to maximize the heat inside your home. The coils were created with a rust and corrosion protection for long lasting life of the heat pump. All four models in the Legacy Line of Heat Pumps include the Duraguard protection. This will help protect the pump from the weather and any dirt and debris that may fly up into the pump. All models are made from galvanized steel. Plus a power coated enamel for added protection. The coil guards are protected with a Steel Louver Coil Guard.
All of the pumps are tested and rated by the Energy Star System and they met all guidelines. It is important that proper sizing and proper installation is key for a good working system.
Question: Are all models of the Legacy Line Heat Pumps 15 SEER?
Answer: No, the Model 223RNA is a 13SEER, Model 223ANA is also a 13SEER, Model 224ANA is a 14 SEER and the 225ANA is a 15 SEER.
Question: What is the warranty on these Legacy Line Heat Pumps?
Answer: All models have a 10-limited warranty on the compressor and a 5-year limited warranty on the parts.
Question: How quiet is the Legacy Line Heat Pumps?
Answer: The company places the quietness of the pumps at 74 decibels which falls between the sound of a dog barking which is 85 decibels and a microwave oven with a decibel level of 60.
The Bryant Legacy Line Heat Pumps are efficient and they run smooth and without much noise. These units have a heating capacity of 1.5 -5 tons. If you are looking to replace an existing heat pump or you are switching over, the Legacy Line Heat Pump from Bryant is worth looking into.