High-efficiency furnace

High-efficiency furnace

Furnaces that have an annual fuel utilization efficiency (AFUE) of 85 percent (oil) and 90 percent (gas) or higher. In general, the higher the AFUE, the more efficient the furnace. The Energy Guide label on the equipment indicates the degree of efficiency.
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Analyzer features include a high-efficiency furnace system design, which comprises a ceramic horizontal high-temperature furnace with intelligent control that optimizes furnace reliability, and a ceramic lance that directs oxygen onto the sample to ensure rapid analysis times and complete combustion.
The house also features an advanced insulation package, Energy Star Jeld-wen windows, a high-efficiency furnace with a heat pump, 1.
Install high-efficiency furnace filters: they capture 30 times more allergens, and make sure your furnace fan is always on.
A dedicated outdoor air system (DOAS) in the form of a high-efficiency furnace with a stainless steel heat exchanger and modulating burner was provided to supply conditioned outside air to each of the seven furnace systems.
NEEP provided Third Way with a high-efficiency furnace and air conditioner, low-flow faucets and showerheads, efficient lighting, double-paned windows, and weather-stripping, to name a few.
One concession to plastification is the venting system for a high-efficiency furnace.
The family also was able to install a 95 percent AFUE high-efficiency furnace through NJNG's SAVEGREEN Project[R].
The house also features an advanced insulation package including both cellulose and spray foam insulation, Energy Star Jeld-wen windows, a high-efficiency furnace with a heat pump, 1.
Relative to a high-efficiency furnace (AFUE = 90%), it would realize moderate primary energy savings in New York (~6%), negligible savings in Chicago, and consume more (~9%) primary energy in Minneapolis.
The OBRP enables customers to fund up to $5,000 for the installation of a high-efficiency furnace or boiler over a five-year period.
It may include installing energy-efficient windows, duct replacement, high-efficiency furnace, better heating and cooling systems, and high-efficiency water-heating systems.
Depending on the equipment it replaces, a high-efficiency furnace can reduce the energy use for home heating by up to 142 therms per year, generating savings of up to $1,960 over 15 years.
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