Goodman's air conditioners are all about reliable cooling at an affordable price. The GSX13 line of air conditioners provide efficient cooling with a nominal SEER rating of 13. The savings don't stop at energy costs though, the GSX130241 is designed for quick installation and maintenance as well. It also includes advanced components that protect the coil and compressor to ensure the unit's longevity and your peace-of-mind. Upgrade to a Goodman air conditioner today, and stay cool for years to come.
Advanced Coil Design
The condenser coil of this air conditioner is designed with aluminum fins and rifled copper tubing to maximize efficiency. The fins and rifling serve to increase surface area, allowing the heat transfer capabilities of the materials to shine.
The cabinet of the GSX130241 is built to last. Galvanized steel construction, a durable powder paint finish, and a steel coil guard protect your equipment from wear and tear, increasing its longevity.
A filter drier is installed in the liquid line of this air conditioner. It serves two important purposes: removing moisture and trapping impurities. This prevents corrosion, freezing, and blockages that can negatively impact the operation of the air conditioner.
Goodman takes great pride in providing comfort that doesn't disrupt your home. The louvered top and three-bladed condenser fan of the GSX130241 were designed to reduce noise levels without compromising performance.
The US Department of Energy regulates minimum efficiency standards for central air conditioners and heat pumps based on geographic regions. We are required to abide by these regulations when selling products, and take this responsibility seriously. The standards depend on the rated efficiency of the entire system, not the nominal efficiencies of individual components. If you are unsure if your system will be compliant, please call or email us for help.
As of April 2016, this model is manufactured using a rotary compressor, not a scroll compressor. This helps keep installed cost lower due to the reduction in breaker size requirements from 30A to 15A.