Induced Draft Motor
When the integrated furnace control receives a call for heat, it activates the draft inducer motor. This draft inducer, which was specially designed for the Super Quiet 80 gas furnace, quietly provides air for combustion while simultaneously venting outdoors the products of combustion from the furnace heat exchanger.
With the call for ignition, the integrated furnace control then opens the gas valve. The redundant gas valve is a 24 volt slow-opening valve that delivers gas in a regulated flow to the in-shot burners.
The natural (or optional LP) gas is ignited by the direct spark ignition at the in-shot burners. The in-shot burner's shutter free design requires no adjustments to regulate the air/gas mixture.
Direct Spark Ignition
Direct spark ignition is an extremely Reliable and efficient way to light the burner. And it eliminates the need for a standing pilot. For added safety, the remote flame sensor constantly monitors the burner flame to ensure it is operating as it should.
Adjustable Air Speed
Thanks to adjustable controls for the blower, your technician can precisely match airflow to the specific comfort requirements of your home.
Integrated Furnace Control
The "Brain" of the Ruud Achiever Super Quiet 80 is the Integrated Furnace Control (IFC) which directs all activities of major furnace components.