The model number description information in this blog is for the new Trane 80% S-series S8B1 furnace manufactured beginning in March 2019.

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Newer Trane 80% Furnace Model Number Description found inside furnace cabilet

Applicable Furnace Model Numbers

Similarly, the newer Trane 80% furnace model number descriptions in this blog are applicable to the following Trane 80% furnaces.

NOTE: This information has not been certified by the manufacturer. ENSURE that you verify all of this model number information with the manufacturer before using this information to make equipment selection or repair decisions.

S8B1A026M2PSAA

S8B1A040M3PSAA

S8B1B040M2PSAA

S8B1B060M3PSAA

S8B1B060M4PSAA

S8B1B080M4PSAA

S8B1C080M5PSAA

S8B1C100M5PSAA

S8B1D120M5PSAA

S8P1A026M2PSAA

 

S8B2A026M2PSAA

S8B2A040M3PSAA

S8B2B040M2PSAA

S8B2B060M3PSAA

S8B2B060M4PSAA

S8B2B080M4PSAA

S8B2C080M5PSAA

S8B2C100M5PSAA

S8B2D120M5PSAA

S8P2A026M2PSAA

 

S8P1A040M3PSAA

S8P1B040M2PSAA

S8P1B060M3PSAA

S8P1B060M4PSAA

S8P1B080M4PSAA

S8P1C080M5PSAA

S8P1C100M5PSAA

S8P1D120M5PSAA

 

S8P2A040M3PSAA

S8P2B040M2PSAA

S8P2B060M3PSAA

S8P2B060M4PSAA

S8P2B080M4PSAA

S8P2C080M5PSAA

S8P2C100M5PSAA

S8P2D120M5PSAA

 

S8X1A026M2PSAA

S8X1A040M3PSAA

S8X1B040M2PSAA

S8X1B060M3PSAA

S8X1B060M4PSAA

S8X1B080M4PSAA

S8X1C080M5PSAA

S8X1C100M5PSAA

S8X1D120M5PSAA

Applicable Furnace Model Numbers

S8X1A026M2PTAA

S8X1A040M3PTAA

S8X1B040M2PTAA

S8X1B060M3PTAA

S8X1B060M4PTAA

S8X1B080M4PTAA

S8X1C080M5PTAA

S8X1C100M5PTAA

S8X1D120M5PTAA

 

S8X2A040M3PSAA

S8X2B060M3PSAA

S8X2B060M4PSAA

S8X2B080M4PSAA

S8X2C080M5PSAA

S8X2C100M5PSAA

S8X2D120M5PSAA

 

S8X2A040M3PTAA

S8X2B060M3PTAA

S8X2B060M4PTAA

S8X2B080M4PTAA

S8X2C080M5PTAA

S8X2C100M5PTAA

S8X2D120M5PTAA

 

S8VMA040M3MSCA

S8VMB040M2MSCA

S8VMB060M3MSCA

S8VMB060M4MSCA

S8VMB080M4MSCA

S8VMC080M5MSCA

S8VMC100M5MSCA

S8VMD120M5MSCA

Decoding the Trane 80% Furnace Model Number Description

The above Trane furnace model numbers can be decoded to reveal specific technical information about the furnaces. Specifically, this is based on the model number. The guide below shows the breakdown of the model number descriptions. First production of these units began in November 2018. These S series furnaces are all 34″ tall.

Model Number:   S  8  B  1  D  120  M   5    P   S     A    A

Position:              1, 2,  3, 4, 5, 6 – 8, 9, 10, 11, 12,  13,  14,   15

Position     Description

  1. S equals S-series, L = Ultra Low NOx (these Ls are California models)
  2. AFUE: 8 = 80%, 9 = 90% or higher
  3. Blower Type: B = Builder Series (May be PSC or CTM), P = PSC, X = Constant Torque Motor (CTM), V = Variable Speed
  4. Gas Valve Stages: 1 = single, 2 = Two Stage, M = Modulating
  5. Cabinet Width: A = 14.5”, B = 17.5”, C – 21”, D = 24.5”
  6. BTU Input in thousands
  7. The BTU Input in thousands
  8. BTU Input in thousands
  9. Poise Options: U = 3 way, D = Dedicated Downflow, M = Multipoise / 4 way
  10. Air Capacity for Cooling in Nominal Tonnage = 2, 3, 4, 5 ton blower drive
  11. Inducer Type: P = PSC / Shaded Pole, X = CTM, V = Variable Speed
  12. Communicating Capability: S = 24Volt T = Communicating System Control, T = 24 Volt Low NOx (for California models), D = Communicating System Control with low NOx
  13. Major Design Change: A – Z
  14. Minor Design Change A – Z
  15. Revision Service Change A – Z

For additional technical information on the new Trane 80% S-series natural gas furnace, refer to the technical information on the Trane website.

Also, a product brochure for the older Trane 80% furnaces can be found at the link: Trane 80% Furnace Manual XC80, XV80, XL80, XT80, XR80, XB80.

And, a product brochure for the newer Trane S-series 80% furnaces can be found Trane S-Series Furnace Brochure.

Furnace dimensions for these new Trane S-series 80% furnaces is shown below beyond Trane 80% Furnace Model Number Description

Model                                   Height (inches) Width (inches)  Depth (inches)  Nominal Output (BTU/hr)

S8B1A026M2PSAA           34                           14.5                        28.75                     20,800

S8B1A040M3PSAA           34                           14.5                        28.75                     32,000

S8B1B040M2PSAA           34                           17.5                        28.75                     32,000

S8B1B060M3PSAA           34                           17.5                        28.75                     48,000

S8B1B060M4PSAA           34                           17.5                        28.75                     48,000

S8B1B080M4PSAA           34                           17.5                        28.75                     64,000

S8B1C080M5PSAA           34                           21                           28.75                     64,000

S8B1C100M5PSAA           34                           21                           28.75                     80,000

S8B1D120M5PSAA           34                           24.5                        28.75                     96,000

All of the above listed Trane S-series 80% furnaces have an AFUE (Annual Fuel Utilization Efficiency) ratio of 80%. While the above furnace dimension data and AFUE rating data are not found on the newer Trane 80% furnace model number description information, so this information must be obtained separately.

Furnace Serial Number Can Reveal Furnace Year of Manufacture

Alternately, there is a handy webpage that shows how to decode HVAC appliance serial numbers to determine the year of manufacture. Go to http://www.building-center.org and select the appliance type, and the letter that the appliance brand begins with. Then locate the brand in question from the drop down menu. And a list will be available with a variety of serial number formats that the particular brand uses. The location of the year embedded in the serial number is identified.

If your current furnace is 15 years old or older and is rated as an 80% furnace, then upgrading to a new Trane S-series 80% furnace will provide noticeable energy savings over your older furnace. This is partly due to the different way that furnace efficiency is rated today versus the way furnace efficiency was rated 15 years ago. In the past, the older furnace efficiency rating was based on bringing the furnace up to normal operating temperature and then measuring the furnace efficiency. Instead, the current method of rating the energy efficiency of the furnace is to begin calculating furnace efficiency when the furnace is started. Basically, this is because the furnace does not run as efficient upon initial startup, before the furnace components are at an optimum temperature for optimum combustion efficiency.

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