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Elite® Series EL180NE Ultra-Low Emissions Gas Furnace

First in class, lowest emission furnace on the market*

Features

Overview

    Here are some of the top features of the EL180NE:

    Efficiency rating of 80% AFUE can save you hundreds of dollars each year** compared to standard furnaces.

    Power Saver™ constant torque motor adjusts airspeed based on demand, helping the furnace use less energy in heating and cooling modes. Power Saver technology not only provides energy boost capabilities improving the overall system efficiency, similar to a variable speed furnace, but also delivers higher system SEER ratings.

    Fully insulated cabinet ensures quiet, efficient operation

Energy Efficiency
    • Efficiency rating of 80% AFUE—can save you hundreds of dollars each year* compared to standard furnaces.
    • Power Saver™ constant torque motor adjusts airspeed based on demand, helping the furnace use less energy in heating and cooling modes. Power Saver technology not only provides energy boost capabilities improving the overall system efficiency, similar to a variable speed furnace, but also delivers higher system SEER ratings.
    • Sealed blower compartment—minimizes losses and maximizes efficiency and comfort. Less than 2% leakage at 1.0" ESP
Quiet Operation
    • Fully insulated cabinet—ensures quiet, efficient operation
Home Comfort

    Low-speed fan—provides consistent air flow

    Power Saver technology is quiet

Performance
    • SureLight® igniter—silicone nitride construction ensures long product life and reliable operation
    • Power Saver technology is quiet

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Ultra-Low Emissions Gas Furnace Comparison

Disclaimer

*Lennox’ SL97UH40NV36B, EL195UH100NE60C, SL280UH100NV60C, and EL180UH040NE36A units are the first commercially available natural Gas-Fired Fan type Central Furnaces to meet a NOx emission limit of 14 nanograms per Joule (ng/J).

**This chart depicts potential energy savings you can expect from the EL180E furnace, versus older furnaces with lower efficiency ratings. Criteria used in this example are 2,000 full-load heating hours, with a 60,000 Btuh heating design load and $1.368 ccf for gas. Your actual savings may vary, depending on the weather patterns in your local area, local fuel rates and your individual lifestyle.

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