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An oil furnace is the heating component in some systems in colder weather climates It converts oil to heat. The main components to an oil furnace include burners and heat exchanger, blower and controls. Oil furnaces are built to perform again and again, year after year. Beyond performance, they also provide options for energy-efficient operation.
From a storage tank, oil is pumped into the furnace where it is turned into a mist, sprayed through the blast tube and ignited. The fine droplets mixed with the air allow it to burn very efficiently. The flame heats the air within a heat exchanger, and the combusted gasses exit through a flue or chimney.
Air from the house is drawn through the ductwork, past the heat exchanger and back out of the vents in the house. In most modern systems, the air flows through a filter, which removes any impurities.
Natural Gas & Propane Furnaces
Gas/Propane furnaces are the most popular choice for the majority of modern homes with central heating and air conditioning. Keep in mind, you can only use a gas/propane furnace if you have a gas/propane line hooked up to your home. Trane furnaces are guaranteed to keep your home warmer, your bills lower, and make those winter months a little more enjoyable.
Indoor Air Quality
The quality of your air is just as important as the temperature. Add a Trane humidifier or filter to make your air the best it can be.
Humidifiers add the right amount of moisture to the air, which can alleviate allergy symptoms. Filters trap dust and other particles making your air clean and fresh.