When you take a look at the way Armstrong Air designs every piece of equipment, it becomes obvious you’re dealing with a manufacturer serious about quality and performance. From premium materials to revolutionary designs, everything they make is designed to do more for you.
At the heart of every Armstrong Air furnace, you’ll find a marvel of durability and comfort known as an Armstrong Air heat exchanger with EHX Technology.
Each one is built to last and built to outperform every previous heat exchanger we’ve ever made. Heat exchangers with EHX Technology are held together via crimping rather than welding, to reduce fatigue from heat strain and improve durability. They are specially shaped to improve airflow, contact and heat transfer for added warmth. Furthermore, they are subjected to extensive torture testing to ensure they’ll outperform your expectations, season after season
The burners inside every Armstrong Air furnace aren’t like the burners you’ll find in other furnaces
No detail was overlooked in their design, from their deeper, specially shaped fuel channels to the increased number of jets. As a result, Armstrong Air furnaces operate with extreme reliability, impressive efficiency and very low noise levels.
Inside every Armstrong Air air conditioner and heat pump, you'll find a brilliant approach to cooling called MHT Technology.
Armstrong Air's proprietary heat transfer system, a specially designed fan shroud pulls air evenly throughout the air conditioner's coil surface. The coil features rifled tubing to enhance refrigerant flow, while lanced coil fins increase surface contact between metal and air. All combine for maximum heat transfer and efficiency.
QUIET SHIFT™ TECHNOLOGY
Allows heat pumps to enter defrost mode without excessive noise. Since refrigerant pressure is allowed to equalize before the switch, the heat pump can dissipate performance-robbing frost and ice quietly.
AFUE stands for Annual Fuel Utilization Efficiency and is a percentage measurement of the furnace’s heating efficiency. The U.S. government's minimum efficiency level is 78% and the Canadian minimum is 90%, but Armstrong Air furnaces go all the way up to 97%. That means 97 cents of every dollar goes to efficient heating.