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Armstrong Furnace Pressure Switches

The Armstrong furnace pressure switch is vital for ensuring the safe and efficient operation of the furnace and monitoring airflow to maintain performance and safety standards. This switch detects the presence of combustion air and exhaust gases, helping to maintain proper airflow and prevent dangerous conditions like flue gas leaks. It works by sensing the pressure difference between the combustion chamber and the venting system. If the pressure falls outside the specified range, the switch acts to prevent the furnace from igniting, prioritizing safety during operation. The Armstrong pressure switch is designed for reliability and accuracy, helping to optimize furnace performance while prioritizing safety. Regular maintenance, including checking for blockages and ensuring proper operation, is essential to keep the pressure switch functioning effectively and your furnace running smoothly.

FAQs

How does an Armstrong air furnace pressure switch work?

The pressure switch monitors airflow in the furnace. When the inducer motor operates correctly, it detects airflow, allowing the furnace to ignite and function safely.

What issues can occur with the Armstrong furnace pressure switch?

Common issues include blockages in tubing, faulty switch operation, or wiring problems. Regular maintenance and professional inspections are key to effectively identifying and resolving any issues with the Armstrong furnace pressure switch.

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