GMS9/GCS9 Series

Gas Furnace

Like heat pumps, furnaces keep your home warm in the winter and serve as an important part of your air conditioning system in the summer. In a furnace, gas or oil is combusted in a burner and then heat produced from that reaction passes through a heat exchanger where it is transferred to the air distribution system. The duct work throughout a home carries and disperses the conditioned air and the flue or vent pipe releases the byproducts, such as carbon dioxide and water vapor, outside the home

The Goodman® GMS9/GCS9 Single-Stage, Multi-Speed Gas Furnaces feature a patented aluminized-steel tubular heat exchanger and energy-efficient Hot Surface Ignition system. These furnaces are run-tested for heating or combination heating/cooling applications. With a corrosion-resistant, painted steel cabinet, these units can be installed in a variety of locations.

J and J Heating and Air Conditioning

Standard Features

  • Corrosion-resistant, aluminized-steel tubular heat exchanger and stainless-steel recuperative coil for maximum efficiency
  • Multi-position installation—GMS9: upflow, horizontal right or left; GCS9: downflow, horizontal right or left
  • Energy-saving, reliable Hot Surface Ignition system, featuring a Norton® Mini-Igniter with patented adaptive learning algorithm to maximize igniter life
  • Energy-saving PSC, multi-speed, direct-drive blower motor
  • Quiet, corrosion-resistant, induced-draft blower
  • Integrated furnace control with diagnostics
  • Low-voltage terminal blocks
  • Combination redundant gas valve and regulator
  • Top venting is standard; alternate flue/vent located on right side (GMS9)
  • All models comply with California NOx Standards
  • Suitable for direct vent (2-pipe) or non-direct vent (1-pipe) applications
  • Foil-face insulation lines the heat exchanger compartment
  • Convenient left or right connection for gas and electric service
  • Bottom or side air inlet (GMS9)
  • Removable, solid bottom (GMS9)