Goodman established itself as the largest HVAC manufacturer in the US by producing high-quality, efficient equipment and providing it to homeowners at a great value. The GSZ16 heat pump has a nominal SEER rating of 16 and a HSPF rating of up to 9.0 to ensure efficient comfort regardless of your application. It includes advanced components that protect the coil and compressor to ensure reliable operation and peace of mind.
Goodman's SmartShift technology, combined with ambient and coil temperature sensors, gives this unit a quiet and effective defrost system. SmartShift also helps to prevent short-cycling, increasing the efficiency of defrost operation.
A biflow filter drier is installed in the liquid line of this heat pump. It serves two important purposes: removing moisture and trapping impurities. This prevents freezing and blockages that can negatively impact the operation of the heat pump.
Advanced Coil Design
The condenser coil of this heat pump is designed with smaller 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.
This unit utilizes a high-efficiency scroll compressor to provide refrigerant flow. Scroll compressors are renowned for operating more smoothly and reliably than traditional compressors.
Goodman installed two layers of compressor protection in the GSZ16. A suction accumulator that collects excess liquid refrigerant and a crankcase heater to help maintain a compressor temperature that discourages oil migration.
The louvered top and three-bladed condenser fan of the GSZ16 was designed to reduce noise levels without compromising performance. This model also has a high-capacity discharge muffler to curtail vibration noise.
The cabinet of the GSZ16 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.
The GSZ16 has an ECM motor that is cost and energy efficient and can reduce operating costs. They also are not prone to overheating.