Armstrong furnace serial number
The Armstrong furnace serial number consists of alpha and numeric characters and includes a check digit.
The first two digits indicate the brand. The first digit indicates the industrial or commercial brand, while the second indicates a residential brand. The third and fourth digits indicate the model year, with “1” representing 2006, “2” representing 2007 and so on. The fifth and sixth digits are check-digit numbers that can be used to verify that your serial number is correct for your model year, Brand, and Model.
The Armstrong furnace serial number is a number you can find on the back of your furnace. The manufacturer issues it, and it was designed so that each appliance can be easily tracked.
Armstrong’s introduction of the serial number provides an interesting insight into how consumers are being conditioned to buy more and how technology, from appliances to food packaging, makes it easier for people to know exactly what they are getting from their purchase.
Armstrong furnace was founded in 1916 by Lewis S. Armstrong. They have been making heaters for over 100 years and have even designed their heating system called the Armstrong patented oscillating convection heater (ACOE).