Goodman furnace drain pan
Goodman’s drain pan is made of steel-reinforced fabric. It provides a safe place for the combustible material and water to flow, preventing fires.
There is often confusion when customers shop for Goodman furnace drain pans, so today, we will break down the different types of drain pans available and what they are used for.
In some models, the pan is tucked under the burner on one side. It has a removable disk that traps water and combustible materials on the other side, preventing spills from igniting into a fire hazard. In others, there’s no pan at all but rather a re-circulating system that pumps water around, so it doesn’t sit in one place too long.
We have also seen some models where smoke or gases are piped down through these tubes after the burner has heated them; this prevents potential combustion hazards that might result if these items were allowed to back up into your home or garage area.
Goodman is the world’s largest heating and cooling equipment manufacturer, consisting of furnaces, air conditioners, and water heaters. Goodman has been in business for over 165 years and is located in Houston, TX. They have a strong commitment to serving their customers.
Goodman’s newest, patented style of a drain pan is a one-piece pan with a welded-in plug for easy and clean maintenance. The latest drain pan design features a flexible, tongue-in-groove profile that makes the pan more durable and less susceptible to damage from corrosion.
Goodman has always been at the forefront of innovation in the heating and cooling technology – with improved heating efficiency, better air quality and lower sound levels, too. That includes their newest line of furnaces.
This furnace’s fresh design has created an all-new line of products that have introduced new innovations into the company’s catalogue to create better-living conditions for consumers everywhere.
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