Trane's XC80 Furnace

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Details on the Trane XC80 Furnace

The Trane XC80 furnace is an intuitive furnace that provides the ultimate comfort and greater efficiency. Using ComfortLink™ II technology, the XC80 works with other system components to learn about your lifestyle and provide truly customized comfort and efficiency. The XC80 also features a variable-speed fan motor that enhances airflow and boosts comfort year-round. If you deal with temperature spikes, uneven temperatures between floors, hot and cold spots, and/or airflow issues, the XC80 may be able to help. The Trane XC80 furnace typically costs between $4,400 - $5,500, including labor and permit fees. To learn more, check out our guide to Trane's gas furnaces.

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XC80 Furnace Highlights

  • Communicating technology customizes your HVAC system to your home
  • Patented variable-speed blower motor enhances airflow year-round
  • Two heating stages provide more temperature control in winter

Comparing the Trane XC80 Furnace

See how the Trane XC80 Furnace stacks up to other comparable units.

Product S9B1 59SC5 XC80 59SP5 XV80
Brand Trane Carrier Trane Carrier Trane
Comfort Rating 80 80 75 75 71
Efficiency (AFUE) 92.1 up to 96.5 80 up to 96.5 80
Blower Motor ECM Multi-Speed ECM- Multi Speed Variable ECM-Multi Speed Variable
Gas Valve 1 Stage 1 Stage 2 Stage 1 Stage 2 Stage
Humidity Control No No Yes Yes Yes
Sound Insulated No No Yes Yes Yes
Cabinet Air Leakage > 2% < 2% < 2%
Communicating No No Yes No No
Outside Two-Stage
Unit Compatible
Yes Yes Yes

Trane XC80 Furnace Features

Details on the Trane XC80 Furnace

Direct Vent

100% fresh air option reduces heat exchanger corrosion and ensures adequate combustion air.

Multi-Port In-Shot Burners

Perfectly shape the flame cone for the maximum heat possible while using less fuel.

Silicon Nitride Hot Surface Igniter

Highly reliable ignition system provides longer service life.

Simplified Three-Wire Connection

Allows for easy installation and is less invasive to the structure of your home.

Automotive-Grade Gaskets And Insulated Blower Compartment

Help reduce operating sound and air infiltration.

Heavy Steel Insulated Cabinet

Insulated panels hold more heat in the furnace, ensure greater durability and reduce operating sound.

Primary Heat Exchanger

Crimped, not welded, to prevent cracks from heat stress. Stamped serpentine channel offers the greatest efficiency in less space.

Secondary Heat Exchanger

Made of AL29-4C stainless steel to capture more of the heat you pay for.

Variable-Speed Draft Inducer

Works with modulating gas valve to enhance efficiency, comfort and reliability.

Variable-Speed Blower Motor with Comfort-R™

Allows quieter system startups and shutdowns, greater efficiency and more thorough heat circulation. Also helps control humidity levels during summer months.

Communicating User Interface

Clearly displays ComfortLink™ II diagnostics to your installer for easy setup and service.

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