"17 1/4""x20 3/8"" DRAIN PAN"
This drain pan is designed to fit select Bosch, Carrier, Norge, Amana and Payne brand air conditioners. This product is constructed of galvanized steel with a grey baked-on powder coat finish for enhanced corrosion resistance. This product consists of only the drip pan and does not include the air conditioner. For warranty purposes, the original manufacturer's part number or model number should be used to determine the suitability of this product.
The AMANA B1755917HDF Central Air Conditioner Evaporator Coil Drip Pan is the correct replacement for the following models:
The Drip Pan is designed to fit into the evaporator housing or through the fins of cooling coils or condenser and can also be used as a drain pan for plumbing applications. This item is designed for use with standard type cooling coils, but has many other applications.
The drain pan catches water and condensation from the air conditioner evaporator coil.
When the air conditioner evaporator coil has been cleaned and sanitized, it's important to drain the condensation from inside the coil. This drip pan is designed to be placed on top of an evaporator coil before the drip pan drains so that water will not spill. In addition, a fiberglass filter is included in this kit so that you can use it as air filtration when the evaporator coil is not being used. This evaporator drip pan can also be used to help capture airborne debris in dust and fabric filters (not included).
This item is new unused in the manufacturer box, but not sealed and does show some shipping wear and tear.
When you install a new central air conditioner evaporator coil, it is a good idea to keep the old one as a handy spare. Our photo shows an evaporator coil with one drain pan in place. The second drain pan is required - the extra pan should be a few inches smaller than the first so that it can fit under the bottom of the first pan. Installation of drip pans helps prevent catastrophic damage if your cooling coils ever spring a leak. The papers that come with new units will tell you how to install drip pans on your particular model of air conditioner.