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The combination of a gas furnace and an electric heat pump helps control heating costs by seamlessly alternating between the two energy sources, depending outdoor conditions. On mild days, the heat pump cost-effectively keeps you warm. When the temperature becomes cold, the system will automatically switch to gas heating and alternate back to electric heat pump operation to maintain your set temperature. Energy-saving performance is maintained through all transitions, and no heat strips are needed.
SEER (Seasonal Energy Efficiency Ratio) rates the energy efficiency of your cooling equipment. The higher the SEER rating, the more efficiently your unit operates, saving you money on utility bills.
Compared to an older furnace, this can potentially save you hundreds of dollars per year in energy costs.
HSPF (Heating Seasonal Performance Factor) rates the energy efficiency of your heat pump. The higher the HSPF rating, the more efficiently your unit operates, saving you money on utility bills.
Armstrong Air’s proprietary heat transfer system. The coil features rifled tubing to enhance refrigerant flow, while lanced coil fins increase surface contact between metal and air. They combine for maximum heat transfer and efficiency.
Our unique Tri-Diamond design increases the heat exchanger's surface area, making heat transfer more efficient. This allows for a smaller heat exchanger that requires less energy to operate.
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* Due to Allied Air's ongoing commitment to quality, all specifications, ratings and dimensions are subject to change without notice. Consult AHRI directory for the latest performance ratings.