Portland Furnace

furnace

A furnace works to keep a home warm in the winter and plays a critical part in the operation of an air conditioning system. Furnaces produce heat through the combustion of natural gas in the furnace's burner. The heat produced from this process then passes through a heat exchanger. Air from your home's return air ducts is blown over the heat exchanger, thus warming the air. The furnace's blower then blows the warmed air into the ductwork, which carries and disperses the warmed air throughout the home. During warmer months, the blower inside a furnace continues to circulate return air throughout the home--only this time, the return air has been cooled by being blown over the indoor coil portion of the home's split-system air conditioning system. The condensing coil is typically installed on top of the furnace.

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air conditioner

he Infinity® 98 with Greenspeed™ Intelligence offers innovations that save on utilities, provide luxury-level comfort.

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ac

The Performance 96 with two-stage heating offers annualized fuel utilization efficiency (AFUE) of up to 96.7%.

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heating

The Comfort 95 Gas Furnace delivers on energy efficiency, achieving to 95% AFUE.

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The Base 80 gas furnace features 80% Annualized Fuel Utilization Efficiency (AFUE).

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air conditioners

The Infinity® 96 with two-stage heating is at the heart of this system. With annualized fuel utilization efficiency (AFUE) of up to 96.7%.

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Furnace

The Performance Boost 95 with single-stage heating offers annualized fuel utilization efficiency (AFUE) of up to 96.5%.

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heating

The Infinity® 80 Gas Furnace marries energy efficiency with Carrier's intelligent Infinity System control.

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