Air handler means an air moving and/or mixing unit. A blower, Coil, expansion device, heater rack and filter are some of residential air handlers. Heaters for air handlers are sold as accessories and in some models, heaters are factory installed.

Air handler describes the portion of the central air conditioning or heat pump system that moves heated or cooled air throughout a home's ductwork. In some systems a furnace handles this function.

Ref: 120688/2006-09-26

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