York Deluxe 80 Oil Furnace
The York Deluxe 80 furnace features simple controls for easy operation and systems maintenance. Despite being rated AFUE 80% -- which would be considered low-efficiency for a natural gas furnace -- this unit has an Energy Star certification for efficiency. It also has a four-speed direct-drive blower motor, a Beckett Flame Retention Burner, and is designed to accommodate easy add-on enhancements. The design of the York Deluxe Central oil furnace is CSA certified and has obtained the Good Housekeeping Seal.
Word of Mouth
Comments on HVAC-Talk message boards and heating contractor sites are conflicting regarding York Furnaces:
- In this hvac-talk.com forum, some say that York generally performs better than Trane because it heats the house well.
- In this hvac-talk.com forum, one poster states that the igniter of one York worked only part of the time.
- In this hvac-talk.com forum, another person had problems with construction and maintenance on a York unit due to poor design.
York Deluxe 80 Oil Model Numbers
The Deluxe 80 Oil is available in different models which vary in efficiency and capacity.
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The York Deluxe oil furnace Highboy model has upflow and horizontal airflow, while the Lowboy can be adjusted for downflow, horizontal airflow, or upflow. The type of flow depends on the measurements of the home and where the unit is placed.
The York Deluxe 80 (or the P*LBX model) generates an 80/190 min/max MBH output. The similar York Affinity series has an average of between 60,000-120,000 BTUs per hour of output heating capacity.
The York Deluxe 80 has a limited lifetime warranty on the heat exchanger, a 1-year limited warranty on all other parts, and an optional York Care Comfort Plan that provides up to 10 years of total parts and labor protection.