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DR80UAT0751421SA Features

  • HVAC equipment products sold to licensed contractors only. Products sold in select areas only, please contact your local branch for availability in your area.
  • Not all Durastar products may be available in all areas currently. See your local Durastar distributor for details.
  • Constant torque ECM motor maintains efficiency across a range of operating speeds for increased energy savings
  • Direct spark ignition system is one of the most dependable ignition systems on the market
  • Aluminized steel constructed heat exchanger provides maximum corrosion resistance and thermal fatigue reliability. It is also removable for improved serviceability
  • Low profile 34" cabinet is ideal for space constrained installations
  • Hemmed edges on cabinets and doors
  • 1/4 turn door knobs for tool less access
  • Integrated control board features dip switches for easy system set up
  • QR Code for quick access to product information from your smart phone or tablet


  • AFUE: 80.00 %
  • Application: Residential
  • Auto Switching Heat/Cool?: No
  • BTU: 75000
  • BTU Heat Rating: 60000 Btu/h
  • Blower Type: Direct Drive
  • CFM: 1608 ft3/min
  • Coating: Aluminum
  • Color/Finish Category: Greys
  • Color/Finish Name: Iron Ore Grey
  • Communicating: Non-Communicating
  • Condensing: No
  • Configuration: Horizontal,Upflow
  • Energy Star Compliant: No
  • Fan Speeds: 5
  • Flue Size: 4
  • Fuel Type: Natural Gas
  • Height: 34 in
  • Horsepower: 3/4 hp
  • Ignition System: Direct Spark Ignition
  • Length: 28 in
  • Max CFM: 1673 cfm
  • MBH: 75
  • Phase: Single Phase
  • Power Source: Gas
  • Refrigerant: R-410A
  • Sound Blanket: No
  • Specifications - ANSI: ANSI Z21.47
  • Specifications - CSA Certified: CSA 2.3,CSA C22.2
  • Specifications - ETL Listed: No
  • Specifications - UL Listed: UL 1995
  • Stages: Single
  • Style Name: DR80UAT Single-Stage Series
  • Tonnage: 4 Ton
  • Vent Type: B-Vent
  • Vent or Ducted or Ductless: Ducted
  • WaterSense Labeled: No
  • Weight: 140 lb
  • Width: 21 in

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Frequently Asked questions

What is AFUE?

Annual Fuel Utilization Efficiency (AFUE), is a standardized measure of efficiency for how furnaces and boilers convert energy to useable heat.

What is the main difference between a furnace and a heat pump?

Furnaces burn fuel to generate heat whereas a heat pump draws air from outdoors across the condenser coil, either releasing heat to the outdoor air when in cooling mode or absorbing heat from the outdoors, even in the coldest weather in heating mode.

How often should my furnace be serviced?

Durastar recommends your furnace to be serviced at least once a year to ensure it is functioning optimally and providing maximum comfort.

Do gas valve stages make my furnace more efficient?

Yes, in contrast to a single-stage gas valve, two-stage valves adjust their output to obtain your desired indoor temperature. That means if it is a milder day, then your system will use less energy to achieve maximum comfort. Less energy output often results in lower utility bills.

What is an HVAC evaporator coil?

Evaporator coils are located inside your home and work with your air conditioner and furnace. Depending on whether you are heating or cooling a space, the coils pull in existing air to cool it or they add heat to warm it up. In essence, coils are one of the most important pieces to your HVAC system and are responsible for the heat exchange.

What is the benefit of an all-aluminum coil?

Unlike copper which may rust over time, all-aluminum coils do not. In addition, they are more resistant to micro-leaks which increases the longevity and efficiency of your unit.

What is the difference between an 'A' coil and 'N' coil?

‘A’ coils are formed using two slabs of fins – these types of coils have a surface area similar to a slab coil, however, they are installed without transition ducting. Alternatively, ‘N’ coils use three fin slabs. This arrangement increases the coil’s surface area and, therefore, accommodates more refrigerant. As a result, it operates more efficiently and generates more heat.

How to talk to your contractor

Learn how to talk the talk with a few of our top tips. We cover important questions to ask your HVAC contractor, common mistakes when buying a new system, and more.

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