Do you need HVAC components designed to replace older ones, perhaps from discontinued brands? Then look no further than this page. You will find HVAC replacement parts and supplies designed for various heating and cooling systems. We keep up-to-date on which series and products are discontinued, and what updated parts can serve as suitable replacements.
Browse here for your HVAC replacements parts & supplies. See if you qualify for any of our shipping deals or bulk discounts, and take a look at the components that we have on sale. Check our stock, and feel free to inquire if you have a request on specialty products. Our specialists are ready to solve your HVAC problems.
If a company has discontinued a particular part, we can recommend what replacements will fit a machine for a repair. Some may even perform a better job than their predecessor would. For example, the Siemens Building Technology S55624-H105-A is a replacement for the QMX3.P34. It is virtually identical in design and serves the same function.
In some cases, we can offer a one-year warranty if you purchase an exact replacement part from us. Confirm with our team about the specifics. Some compressors from specific brands have that added benefit, like the Danfoss 121L5019 230v3ph 10ton R410A Compressor. This one is meant to replace the 120U2347 and matches the voltage.
Your customer’s system will determine the parts that you need, as well as what components have received upgrades. Some components are universal, meaning that you don’t have to match the brands. Others fit best in specific systems from particular brands.
Split systems have separate heating and cooling units, with them being indoors and outdoors respectively. You may see them most often in standalone houses, and in climates that have varying seasons. The heater systems use gas as fuel, while the cooling systems have compressors and coils to fan out hot air and generate cold currents.
These systems have individual units within an area, attached to an outdoor compressor. Often businesses use them when the units require decentralization and increased autonomy. For example, many hotels have duct-free systems so that visitors can control their heat or cool air within rented hotel rooms. Some homeowners looking for energy conservation utilize these systems as well.
These systems are niche compact units, often stored within a house. Their compactness lends for easier installation and efficiency, but the heating is often less potent. We recommend these systems for warmer climates.
Do you as an HVAC specialist need to stock up your parts for working with heating and cooling systems? Then you’ll want to look at what Furnace Part Source has in stock. We take great pride in finding obscure systems as well as parts.
To find out more about options for your HVAC stock, please reach out to us today. Furnace Part Source will help pair you up with the necessary components for a repair or a replacement.