What is the smallest forced air furnace?
The Chinook has the smallest footprint of all gas furnaces in the industry and is available in 1-stage, 2-stage, 2-stage ECM and Modulating versions with lowest range capacities from 6,000 BTU up to 120,000 BTU.
What is the smallest size furnace?
Our Chinook gas furnace family offers the smallest footprint in the industry as well as other benefits which include:
- A perfect fit to the multi-family segment: condos and apartments from 50 to 150 square meters (500 to 1500 square feet)
- Also ideal for tight houses and energy-efficient homes.
- 10″ wide and 23″ high.
Is a gas furnace called forced air?
Most furnaces are called forced-air furnaces because they direct heated air into different rooms with a blower. Although some furnaces generate heat through electricity, or by burning wood, coal or oil, they most commonly burn natural gas or liquid propane gas (LPG).
What are the three types of forced air furnaces?
Three Types of Gas Furnace Systems
- Single-Stage System. This is the most widely used system in Midwestern homes; it was first developed in the 1930s using inexpensive oil and gas.
- Two-Stage System. The next level of comfort is a two-stage system.
- Modulation System.
What size forced air furnace do I need?
Chart For Furnace Tonnages And BTUs For 500 – 3,000 Sq Ft Houses
|House Size (Sq Ft):||Furnace Size (in BTUs):||Furnace Size (in Tons):|
|2800 sq ft home||126,000 BTU furnace||10.5 tons furnace|
|2900 sq ft home||130,500 BTU furnace||10.9 tons furnace|
|3000 sq ft home||135,000 BTU furnace||11.3 tons furnace|
Who makes the smallest furnace?
The Chinook gas furnace offers the smallest footprint of all the industry. It comes in a variety of powers from 15,000 to 120,000BTU.
Are there compact furnaces?
HOUSTON, February 2018 – Reducing size but not performance, Goodman Manufacturing has launched a new slimmed-down gas furnace perfect for space-constrained installations. While a mere 14 inches wide, the compact Goodman furnace still provides high-efficiency heating with 96+ percent AFUE ratings.
What are the 4 categories of furnaces?
There are four main types of furnaces: natural gas, oil, electric, and propane.
What type of furnace is forced-air?
Forced-air systems operate with an air handler that contains a blower to push the hot air through ductwork to heat the rest of the house. They come in three types: upflow (for furnaces in the basement), downflow (for attic furnaces), and horizontal (for ranch-style houses and single-level apartments).