In-line mufflers quiet the ducts in buildings where noise would be an issue. Any additional noise from the furnace or air conditioner would become problematic in some situations with routinely captured sound. Should this be a concern, a new Carrier muffler could limit the number of sounds coming from the ductwork.
Replacing An Existing Muffler
The Carrier brand has worked hard to ensure compatibility throughout its various components. As a result, this will work with any specifications that call for a #50k163042 part. Usually, there should be no further need to check part numbers as these are designed with the correct dimensions.
Those trying to swap out other components will need to do a little more legwork before they can be sure that this is the right piece for them. Fortunately, that shouldn't be difficult since their internal specs sheets make it easy to match equipment with other fragments of HVAC gear.
Additionally, this only interfaces with the ducts themselves, so there should be no concerns regardless of what kinds of heating or air valves are in use. Occupants of traditionally noisy buildings may find them practical, especially if the noise source links to the HVAC system for some time.
Parts Replaced By Carrier Mufflers
Take a look to see if any of the following part numbers match the existing muffler technology that you have installed on the HVAC system you're working on:
- 6D72250 & 6D73250
Assuming that you have any of these installed, this Carrier muffler may function perfectly. It's designed to be a drop-in replacement in these situations, and many of these other part numbers refer to identical Carrier muffler components sold under various names.
Acquiring Carrier Muffler Technology
Due to the modular nature of these muffler units, all you need to do is order one, and you should find that it comes with everything in one in-line unit. Though many products ship as multiple parts that must be assembled, these mufflers are one piece that can fit into the ducts without needing significant modifications. That's helped to limit the work required by those who have to replace existing parts and that of HVAC technicians tasked with adding muffler technology to older ductwork.
Replace Your Heating And Cooling Mufflers At the Furnace Part Source
At Furnace Part Source, we usually deal in replacement parts, and these Carrier mufflers could easily be used to replace existing models. You also may benefit from investing in a new piece of equipment.
Contact our Furnace Part Source team online for more information. Find out how a Carrier muffler could limit the amount of noise rattling around your HVAC system's ducts.
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