Trane Filter Size Guide

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Trane Filter Size Guide

Trane furnace filters come in a lot of sizes and shapes. Identifying the right filter size can be the 1st step if you want to replace it. Our trane filter size guide will help you in order to choose the right filter size.

Furnace filter are important in maintaining energy efficiency. Incorrect filter size causes all sorts of issues and decrease filter effectiveness.

Trane furnace filter size are measured by width, length and depth. The size on the filter is commonly stated in inches (example: 14″ x 14″ x 1″). The quickest way to find the size of your filter is to simply remove your current filter and look at its size. The real size of your filter will vary just a little from what’s printed on it.

Or you can see it in the owner’s manual to tell you what size you need. If you don’t have it, follow this trane filter size guide based on the model number.

Trane Filter Size Based On Model Number

Model NumberFilter Size
5071314” x 14” x 1”
5071414” x 20” x 1”
5071514” x 25” x 1”
5071616” x 16” x 1”
5071716” x 20” x 1”
5071816” x 25” x 1”
5071920” x 20” x 1”
5072020” x 22” x 1”
5072120” x 25” x 1”
5072220” x 30” x 1”

You can read our guide on how to interpret the Trane Model Number here: How to Decode Trane Model Number

Trane Furnace Filter Location

There are a few places your Trane furnace filter could be located. Usually the trane filter is located near a return air duct or the blower compartment.

  • Horizontal Furnace : The Trane filter usually fits in a slot on the air return side of the furnace.
  • Vertical Furnace : The Trane filter usually slides into a slot above or below the furnace.

How Often To Change Your Trane Air Filter

Keep in mind, regular maintenance of your HVAC system is necessary to assure it performs properly. Proper maintenance helps keep good air quality in your home, increase the lifetime of your system, and consume less energy (means = reducing your bills). Your Trane furnace filter should be changed every 30 to 90 days depending on the type and environmental conditions.

I hope these trane filter size guide can help you in determining the right filter size for your furnace.

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