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Now, for the first time...Preston's is providing another way for you to access their 520,000-record historical HVAC specifications. These are the original factory specifications, on more than 240 brands, you need to be effective in selling replacement equipment and systems. Included: starting from 1960 for Air Conditioners and Heat Pumps, from 1965 for Residential Gas Furnaces and from 1982 for Oil. There's also boilers from 1996 (Ok, we just started that one) all are listed right up to 2005...a database of over 520,000 records!

The first screen. You'll always start here: When you subscribe; log-on with your username (your email address) and password (you designate it or we'll assign you one); even when you forget your password. It's all here.

Click on "FIND" to display all model number listings (or a long list of all models that start with the same first few characters as you entered) to find.

3. BAM! You're taken to the results screen where a list of up to 50 matching model numbers is displayed. Selecting on one them will re-display just that model's information*. Then return to the intermediate screen, ready to search for another model number.
Get on Preston's site from anywhere, be it Paducka, Tokyo or East Timor, when you need spec information on an existing unit or system...for replacing it, for servicing it with parts, for testing it's performance. You might be in the store, a customers home, in a sales meeting, out in the warehouse or at a parts counter you needn't carry anything with you. Just as long as you can get access to the internet you can quickly and easily find the Original Manufacturer's specifications on just about any unit that's still in existance.

Here's the information each listing gives you
For a given model number and maker/brand listed are:Years model was manufactured, factory ratings for capacity and efficiency;
• heating equipment capacity is in terms of INPUT Btu/h and efficiency is in A.F.U.E.
• cooling equipment capacity is in terms of Btu/h and efficiency is in SEER.

So, if you need this information to make a sales presentation to replace a customer's old equipment you have learned how old the units are (within a range) and the size capacity you'll need to price out and how dreadfully inefficient this customer's stuff is and how much they're likely to save on energy costs with your replacement(s).

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