Furnaces with A/C

products furnaces ac 1The FAC (Furnaces with Air Conditioning) models modulate both on heating and cooling. There are two sensors that measure the temperature of the air being distributed to the home. This graphic depicts the FanHandler's response to heating supplied temperatures.
 
 
 
products furnaces ac 2The air conditioning action is the other portion of the FAC's capability. It reacts to cooling temperature output but holds tightly to the humidity removal portion of the heat. The air conditioning compressor looks at moisture removal and temperature reduction as the same thing. It doesn't know the difference between the two. That is where the FanHandler outperforms anything on the market. It automatically adjusts the sensible to latent heat ratio so that it is balanced towards humidity reduction until the humidity is reduced.
 
 
NEVER A COLD DRAFT !
 
The FanHandler measures the temperature of the air being delivered to your home and adjusts your blower's output so that you won't feel a cold draft. 75 degree air is warm if it is standing still. However, if you move that same 75 degree air at full blower speed, it is a cold draft.
 
 
STOP THAT FAN FROM BANGING ON AND OFF
 
products furnaces ac 3If you are fed-up with that blower banging on and off and that noisy operation, you don't need a new furnace. All you need is the FanHandler to upgrade your present furnace. The FanHandler eliminates those cold drafts that you feel when the blower first comes on. You'll enjoy smooth, draft-free comfort throughout your home.
 
 
 
 
 
 
WARM UP THOSE COLD ROOMS
 
products furnaces ac 4When your present blower shuts off, cold air falls to the floor and races down stairways. The warm air rises to the ceiling and to upper floors in split-level and two story homes while the lower levels freeze. Each room in your home looses or gains heat at a different rate. When your blower bangs on and off, there isn't enough time during the on-periods to heat those rooms that are losing the most heat. Some rooms are warm and the ones that are cold can't catch up.
 
A room on the sunny side of the house gains heat while rooms on the shady side of the house lose heat. That is another reason why you have cold rooms. The FanHandler keeps the air gently moving and mixing so that temperatures level-out from room to room. It doesn't take a high speed blower to do this job. It takes a FanHandler. It's like Italian dressing. You have to shake it to mix it up. Once you've got it mixed-up, you only have to jiggle it to keep it mixed.
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Testimonials

  • Hi,

    I'm a homeowner that installed one of your units on a HVAC unit with heating and cooling, it must be about 7 years ago...or whenever it was that oil was about 60-80 cents a gallon. I've never had a problem with your Fan Handler (other than sorting out the original wiring details and finding a good place to mount it), and I rave about it every year, in amazement about how comfortable our home is...and why it is! A quality thermostat (in my case, a Honeywell electronic with fuzzy logic) teamed up with your fan controller is a great combo. I really appreciate the quiet ramp-up and ramp-down of the fan speeds in accordance with plenum temps. As a building official in CT, years ago I saw a lot of low-end single speed (and possibly oversized) mobile home hot air furnaces installed in closets adjacent to living areas... with cheap thermostats, resulting in temp overshoots and a lot of fan noise, and felt sorry for the occupants. Sorry that they didn't have your system installed.

    Thanks for all the comfort I've enjoyed... all these years!

    Don Berg

    Willington CT.