Fort Wayne, Ind. — WaterFurnace International, Inc. announces the return of SEVENbration, a celebration of the success of the highly efficient 7 Series variable capacity geothermal heat pump. Through June 19, homeowners can once again receive an instant rebate of $2,100 through participating WaterFurnace dealers.
“SEVENbration provides a unique opportunity for homeowners to maximize their return on a geothermal investment,” said Tim Litton, WaterFurnace director of marketing communications. “With the 7 Series, thousands of happy homeowners have saved millions of dollars on heating, cooling and hot water. Combined with a 30 percent federal tax credit, several local incentives and year-round savings on utility bills, SEVENbration offers homeowners an attractive incentive to upgrade to the most energy efficient unit on the market.”
The 7 Series is the first variable capacity geothermal unit available for homeowners and surpasses 41 EER in cooling and 5.3 COP in heating, efficiencies twice that of traditional air conditioners or heat pumps and 30 percent greater than current geothermal units. The unit utilizes a soft-start variable capacity compressor, in concert with a variable speed ECM blower and variable speed loop pump. This allows the unit to scale output to exactly the level needed rather than the “high” or “low” speeds found in normal systems. The 7 Series can ramp down to 20 percent of normal operation for ultra-efficient conditioning or up to 130 percent output using SuperBoost™, for periods when extra cooling is needed. The capacity range is the industry’s widest and can even eliminate the need for auxiliary heat.
The 7 Series also utilizes Aurora, WaterFurnace’s next-generation of controls, to continuously monitor and optimize operation. Aurora provides two-way communication between components, robust troubleshooting capabilities and advanced communication protocols.
To learn more, visit the WaterFurnace website at www.waterfurnace.com. To find a WaterFurnace dealer, visit the Dealer Locator on the WaterFurnace website.
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