Luxaire Acclimate Series Gas Furnaces Earn the ENERGY STAR Most Efficient Designation

Luxaire Acclimate Series 97.5 percent and above AFUE gas furnaces from Johnson Controls are at least 15 to 25 percent more energy efficient than standard models, earning them the ENERGY STAR Most Efficient 2017 designation, when combined with touch-screen Communicating Control thermostats. The ENERGY STAR Most Efficient 2017 designation is awarded to the most efficient products among those that qualify for ENERGY STAR. The Acclimate LP9C models also received a Consumers Digest Best Buy recognition.

The modulating burner design of the furnaces continuously adjusts heating levels in small increments to match the precise degree of heating required, while their GeoTrak Comfort System creates an operating cycle that works best for any climate. A variable-speed ECM blower motor ensures efficient operation, while the its sound-reducing design minimizes vibration and sound during operation.

System operation is further enhanced when furnaces are paired with the Luxaire Acclimate Hx Thermostat with Wi-Fi-enabled touch-screen. Advanced manufacturing processes and systematic testing at the Johnson Controls Highly Accelerated Life Testing (HALT) facilities ensures reliability, and furnaces are backed by a lifetime heat exchanger, 10-year parts warranty and one-year limited labor warranty.

The 33-inch height of the unit provides room for the use of larger coils and IAQ accessories. Technicians will also appreciate the built-in trap and multi-position design for installations and system self-monitoring and diagnostics for operation. Contractors can access the system remotely, when granted permission by the homeowner, to evaluate system operation.

ENERGY STAR Most Efficient Luxaire furnaces are included on the ENERGY STAR website. Visit the website for more information about Luxaire Acclimate furnaces.

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