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NuTone Inverter Products Hit the HVAC Market

The innovators at NuTone heating and air conditioning are always offering new, smart products to meet consumers’ HVAC needs. The new iQ Drive® FT4BG split-system heat pump and iQ Drive® R6GI gas pack utilize inverter technology to create a quiet, energy-efficient system.

The split-system heat pump features 19-SEER cooling and 10-HSPF heating due to the modulation technology behind its inverter-driven rotary compressor. The heat pump uses just enough energy to heat or cool a room. This split-system heat pump is available in 2 to 5 ton capacities.

The iQ Drive® R6GI gas pack reaches 20 SEER with 81% AFUE, making it the industry’s leading gas pack in terms of energy efficiency. This system is also available in 2 to 5 ton capacities. The iQ Drive® R6GI gas pack reaches 20 SEER with 81% AFUE, making it the industry’s leading gas pack in terms of energy efficiency. This system is also available in 2 to 5 ton capacities.

“At NuTone we strive to produce some of the most energy-efficient systems available to consumers,” says Dave Garvin, NuTone’s product manager. “Because of the use of inverter-driven rotary compressors, the system is able to operate at high levels of efficiency in addition to being quieter than other systems on the market.”

The new NuTone heat pump and gas pack are able to modulate between approximately 40% and 118% of capacity in five steps. They also boast some of the lowest decibel ratings in the industry – as low as 59 dBA. Installers will appreciate that these new models work with two-stage thermostats and do not require shielded cable.

The two new systems join NuTone’s other iQ Drive® inverter-driven products, the 24.5-SEER FS4BI air conditioner and 22-SEER FT4BI heat pump.

To discover the other smart solutions that NuTone has to offer for different heating and cooling problems, contractors and distributors should visit www.nutonehvac.com. NuTone Heating and Cooling products are only available at Noland and selected Winair and Winnelson locations.

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