Infinity® Series Air Conditioner with Greenspeed® Intelligence
Our Infinity series central air conditioner with Greenspeed® intelligence offers refined cooling, steady comfort, uncompromising energy efficiency and exceedingly quiet cooling performance.
Infinity® Series Air Conditioners
If there’s an air of superiority to these units, it’s because they’re the quietest, most efficient AC units we make. Built for total home comfort, our Infinity series central air conditioners offer an enviable SEER rating of up to 19. Combine it with our innovative Infinity® control for our highest degree of comfort management.
PerformanceTM Series Air Conditioners
Presenting a reliable, energy efficient and quiet way to cool your space—no matter how much space you have. In addition to a traditional air conditioner, our Performance series line includes a compact AC unit for tighter installations. Both types can operate more quietly than most dishwashers and offer impressive SEER ratings. Some models in the Performance™ Series may not be eligible for installation in the Southeast or Southwest regions of the country, based on the current minimum efficiency standards established by the Department of Energy. Ask your local Carrier HVAC dealer to ensure your new central air conditioner meets government regulations for your area.
ComfortTM Series Air Conditioners
Looking for the most economical way to improve the reliability and efficiency of your central air conditioning system? Turn to our Comfort series. With impressive SEER efficiency ratings ranging up to 16, they’re likely to cut your utility bills. And because these models can run even quieter than a common hair dryer, it’s easier on your ears as well. Some models in the Comfort™ Series may not be eligible for installation in the Southeast or Southwest regions of the country, based on the current minimum efficiency standards established by the Department of Energy. Ask your local Carrier HVAC dealer to ensure your new central air conditioner meets government regulations for your area.
Air Conditioning series and models are rated by their seasonal energy efficiency ratio (SEER). The SEER rating of an air conditioner is much like miles per gallon (MPG) for a car: The higher the SEER rating, the more energy efficient the system.
We have the information you need to research your options, whatever your budget or your needs—from a single air conditioner to an entire Carrier system. Our air conditioning series and models allows you to choose the best solution to meet your needs. After all, we’ve been focused on cooling indoor spaces since our founder, Willis Carrier, invented the first modern air conditioner system in 1902
If you’re looking at replacing your air conditioner, high efficiency systems are worth serious consideration. Efficiency is measured by SEER, or Seasonal Energy Efficiency Ratio. When comparing air conditioners, the SEER rating will tell you how efficient one is compared to another. Higher SEER numbers indicate higher efficiency. The minimum SEER rating is 13, with a rating above 16 considered high efficiency. You should consider a high efficiency system for the following reasons:
- Lower Utility Bills – High efficiency systems with higher SEER ratings use less energy, which translates to less money you spend on energy bills. In fact, switching from an old 8 SEER unit to a 16 SEER one can save you 50% on your energy bill. Bottom line: higher efficiency = lower bills.
- Incentives and Rebates – There are many potential ways to save through government incentives or manufacturers’ rebates. By taking advantage of these offers, a high efficiency system might end up costing roughly the same as a standard unit. A good place to start is https://www.xcelenergy.com/programs_and_rebates
- Environmental Impact – Because high efficiency systems use less energy they contribute to fewer greenhouse gas emissions. Less electricity means fewer fossil fuels being burned. This is good for your wallet and good for the environment.
- Humidity – High efficiency systems not only help keep the air at the preferred temperature, but can more effectively remove moisture from the air. Modulated systems run longer cycles at lower pressures, helping to cool the air comfortably. Air that cools too fast without proper moisture removal can lead to mold and other airborne problems.