Carrier Gas Furnace Designed for Gas and Electrical Efficiency
Jul 26, 2013
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Carrier launched the Performance 92 59SP2A condensing gas furnace with up to 92.1% Annual Fuel Utilization Efficiency (AFUE). The gas furnace is powered by an electronically commutated motor (ECM) multiple-speed blower motor for efficient operation throughout the year in heating, cooling and continuous fan operation.

The Performance 92 offers four-way multipoise installation flexibility, and units can be vented for direct vent/two-pipe, ventilated combustion air, or single-pipe applications. All models meet California Air Quality Management District emission requirements, are design certified in Canada, and are certified for mobile/manufactured home use. The units also meet Energy Star regional standards in southern U.S. states.

The furnace control board allows the system to connect with a Performance series Edge programmable thermostat for responsive operation and the SmartEvap technology moisture-control function, which can lower the humidity level in the home by nearly 10% when paired with a compatible condensing unit. The system turns off the blower motor for a predetermined period immediately following a dehumidification cycle. This ensures that moisture removed from the home during the dehumidification cycle remains out of the home by allowing any condensation to drip from the indoor evaporator coil instead of reintroducing that condensation right back into the home.

Carrier is a global leader in heating, air-conditioning, and refrigeration solutions and is part of UTC Climate, Controls & Security, a unit of United Technologies Corp.

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