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Wednesday, March 11 • 10:15am - 11:30am
Design features of energy efficient gas furnaces

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Efficiency gains on both gas and electrical consumption can be achieved when installing multi-stage furnaces that meet new federal furnace-fan efficiency standards. A multi-stage furnace operates much the same way as a single stage furnace, except that the amount of heat it provides is not always at the higher design rate for the coldest day of the year. Fan efficiency is gained by replacing traditional PSC motors with one of two types of ECM motors: constant airflow or constant torque. Learn how these technologies are typically packaged together by manufacturers and how they can reduce energy costs and increase comfort for occupants.

CREDITS:
AIA 1.25 LU, ASHI 1 CEC, BPI 1.25 CEUs, DSPS 1 CEU towards Dwelling Contractor Qualifier Certification, 1 CEU towards UDC-Construction Inspector Certification, NAHB, NARI 1.25 CEU, PHIUS CPHC, RESNET

Speakers
avatar for Robert Parkhurst

Robert Parkhurst

Slipstream
Robert has been a technical trainer with Slipstream for over 10 years and in the energy retrofit business for almost 30 years. He has presented on this topic numerous times for the Wisconsin Weatherization Program and at national events. Robert has completed field research on why... Read More →
avatar for Scott Pigg

Scott Pigg

Slipstream
Scott is a nationally recognized expert in residential energy research and energy efficiency program evaluation. Over the past 28 years, he has implemented field studies investigating various aspects of space heating, air conditioning, water heating and plug-load energy use, and has... Read More →


Wednesday March 11, 2020 10:15am - 11:30am
Tamboti/Aloeswood

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