2000 CFM 100,000 BTU Energy-Efficient Two-Stage Convertible Multi speed Gas Furnaces, 80% AFU, Upflow/Horizontal, Natural Gas - GMH81005CN
IMPRESSIVE FEATURES AND BENEFITS:
- Aluminized-Steel Tubular Heat Exchanger
- Durable Silicon Nitride Igniter
- Electronic Control Board with Self-Diagnostics
- Run-Tested at Factory Prior to Shipment
- Two-Stage Gas Valve
- Corrosion-Resistant Vent Blower
- Powder-Paint Finish
- Fully Insulated Cabinet
- Electronic Ignition Control w/Dual$aver™ Technology
- Convenient Left or Right Connection for Gas and Electric Service
A COMFORTABLE VALUE
When selecting a gas furnace for your home, you are often searching to find the best combination for an ideal level of home comfort. You want to find a gas furnace that offers exceptional, dependable, and stable performance for many, many years. Most important you want the best value possible. Faced with the decision to find a trustworthy and reliable gas furnace that delivers quiet, energy-saving operation and outstanding long-term value, the Goodman® brand GMH8 gas furnace may be your best option. The gas furnace in your home provides not only heating comfort, but it operates with your central air conditioner to deliver cool comfort too. So your final choice is doubly beneficial. Whether it's the coldest day of the year or any day of the year, with a Goodman brand furnace you'll be saying, "Thank goodness for Goodman®"
ENJOY THE COMFORT AND EFFICIENCY
Goodman's GMH8 Energy-Efficient Gas Furnace with two-stage heating and a circulating blower provides efficient and economical performance. Unlike single stage gas furnaces that operate 'all on' or 'all off,' a Goodman brand multi-speed gas furnace typically runs up to 90% of the time in the low-speed capacity on most days. But when the temperature outside is frightfully cold, this furnace quietly ramps-up to high-speed capacity to deliver all the warm, comfortable heat your home needs.
When operating at low-speed levels, your Goodman gas furnace consumes less energy to keep your home comfortable. In addition, the 80% AFUE rating on this gas furnace means that 80 cents of every $1.00 of heating energy expense warms your home. Some older central heating systems are rated at 60% AFUE. The Department of Energy (DOE) established the AFUE (Annual Fuel Utilization Efficiency) system to calculate the annual operating cost of residential gas furnaces.
|Available AC @0.5" ESP||5|
|Temp. Rise Range (°F)||35-65|
|Size (D x W)||10" x 10"|
|Horsepower @1075 RPM||1/2|
|Vent Diameter *2||4"|
|No. of Burners||5|
|Min. Circuit Ampacity *3||8.8|
|Max. Overcurrent (amps) *4||15|
|Shipping Weight (LBS)||118|
1 DOE AFUE based upon Isolated Combustion System (ICS)
2 Vent and combustion air diameters may vary depending upon vent length. Refer to the latest editions of the National Fuel Gas Code NFPA 54/ANSI Z223.1 (in the USA) and the Canada National Standard of Canada, CAN/CSA B149.1 and CAN/CSA B142.2 (in Canada).
3 Minimum Circuit Ampacity = (1.25 x Circulator Blower Amps) + ID Blower amps. Wire size should be determined in accordance with National Electrical Codes. Extensive wire runs will require larger wire sizes.
4 Maximum Overcurrent Protection Device refers to maximum recommended fuse or circuit breaker size. May use fuses or HACR-type circuit breakers of the same size as noted.
- All furnaces are manufactured for use on 115 VAC, 60 Hz, single-phase electrical supply.
- Gas Service Connection 1/2" FPT
- Important: Size fuses and wires properly and make electrical connections in accordance with the National Electrical Code and/or all existing local codes.
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