Heating Industry Sector

AHRI's membership is divided into four broad groups called Industry Sectors, each overseen by a Leadership Council. The Sector scope, membership, and related standards and certification programs are listed below.

Heating Sector Scope

The Heating Sector includes both products and components.

Products

    Oil, gas, electric and solid fuel boilers which conform to the ASME Boiler and Pressure Vessel Code.

    Appliances intended for commercial or industrial premises: (1) direct gas-fired heaters, (2) indirect gas- and oil-fired heaters, and associated components, (3) unit heaters, and (4) duct furnaces.

    Gas-fired direct heating equipment, including vented room heaters, wall furnaces, direct vent wall furnaces, vented decorative appliances, sauna heaters, and floor furnaces.

    Devices used in residential, commercial, and industrial applications for any of the following purposes: detection of fuel gases, detection of products of fuel combustion, and analysis of products of fuel combustion.

    Factory-made assembly containing the air moving device, compressor, and refrigerant-to-water heat exchanger using ambient air as the heat source. Heat pump pool heaters shall provide function of heating pool/spa water with controlled temperature, but may include functions of cooling water.

    Indirect Water Heaters having a volume (potable plus heat source) of 120 gallons or less, for which Published Ratings are available, and are designed for installation with a hot water boiler(s) as the only heat source.

    Gas infrared heaters for outdoor use and non-residential indoor use (excluding industrial process burners).

    Commercial Finned Tube Radiation equipment and components

    Residential vent-free gas-fired heating products and related components and accessories.

    Water heating appliances (includes gas, oil, and electric storage and instantaneous water heaters, swimming pool heaters (not including heat pump pool heaters), and heaters used in conjunction with solar water heating systems) and relief valves.

    Components

      Air and combustion gas-moving devices, consisting of impellers, motors, and associated components, produced for other HVACR manufacturers.

      Gas burners, oil burners, and combination gas/oil burners and components thereof for use in residential, commercial and industrial applications.

      Factory-designed and prefabricated products used as part of a building’s gas distribution system or to connect gas fired appliances and equipment to the building’s distribution system. These products include corrugated stainless steel tubing (CSST) systems listed in compliance with ANSI LC 1, Fuel Gas Piping Systems using Corrugated Stainless Steel Tubing; gas appliance connectors and quick-disconnect devices. Specifically excluded are products included in other AHRI product scopes.

      Controls, including components, and accessories, for use on gas-fired utilization equipment (including, but not limited to, combination gas controls; manual gas valves; gas appliance pressure regulators; automatic gas valves; automatic gas ignition systems; flame sensors, monitors and programmers; gas filters and sediment traps; thermostatic system components; automatic flue and vent dampers; oxygen depletion sensing (ODS) devices, pressure sensors and switches; and line pressure regulators.

      Radiant pipe distribution systems; oil burners and components such as: oil primary relays, automatic vent damper and flue damper devices used on boilers, hydronic controls, low water cutoffs, boiler sections, boiler jackets, circulators, hydronic distribution stations, gauges, heat exchangers, pumps, sheet metal parts, tanks, tankless coils, fluid valves, steam and hot water unit heaters, cabinet unit heaters, boiler powered water heaters, and sensors.

      Venting systems and related equipment used for the venting of gas and oil burning appliances (includes metallic and plastic gas venting products, and metallic chimney liners).

      Members

        A.O. Smith Corporation

        Adams Manufacturing

        Advanced Distributor Products, LLC

        Advanced Thermal Hydronics

        AERCO International

        AKM Semiconductor, Inc.

        Allied Air Enterprises, LLC

        Allied Engineering Company

        American Zettler, Inc.

        Amtrol, Inc.

        APCOM, A Division of State Ind.

        AquaCal AutoPilot, Inc.

        Ariston Thermo USA LLC

        Armstrong International, Inc.

        Bacharach Inc.

        Beckett Air Inc.

        Beckett Thermal Solutions

        Bekaert Combustion Technology USA

        Bock Water Heaters, Inc.

        Bosch Thermotechnology Corp

        Boyertown Furnace

        Bradford White Corp.

        Burnham Commercial

        C. Cowles & Company

        C.I.B. Unigas S.p.A.

        Calcana USA Ltd.

        Cambridge Air Solutions

        Camus Hydronics Ltd.

        Carrier Corporation

        Channel Products, Inc.

        Cleaver Brooks

        Combustion Research Corporation

        Copeland

        Crown Boiler Co., LLC

        DDR Americas Inc.

        Detroit Radiant Products Company / Brant Radiant

        Dexen Industries, Inc.

        DuraVent

        ebm-papst Inc.

        ECR International

        Eemax, Inc.

        Empire Comfort Systems

        Essency Water Heaters

        Fenwal Controls

        Field Controls, LLC

        Fulton Heating Solutions, Inc.

        G&F Manufacturing, Inc.

        Gas-Fired Products, Inc.

        GE Appliances, a Haier Company

        Granby Furnaces Inc.

        Greenheck Fan Company

        Hays Fluid Controls

        Hayward Industries, Inc.

        Hearth & Home Technologies

        Heatco Inc.

        Honeywell Performance Materials & Technologies

        Hose Master, LLC.

        Hubbell Electric Heater Co.

        IBC Technologies Inc.

        Industrias Rheem

        Infinitum

        Infrared Dynamics

        INTELLIHOT INC.

        Intermatic Incorporated

        IPEX USA LLC.

        Kane USA, Inc

        Kiturami USA Corporation

        Laars Heating Systems Company

        Lennox International Inc.

        Maxitrol Company

        Mestek, Inc.

        Metal-Fab, Inc.

        Mitsubishi Electric Cooling & Heating

        Modine Manufacturing Company

        Morrison Products, Inc.

        Navien, Inc.

        New Yorker Boiler Company, Inc.

        Nidec Motor Corporation

        Nirvana Chauffe Piscine Heat Pump Inc.

        Noritz America Corporation

        Nortek Global HVAC, LLC

        NTI Boilers, Inc.

        OmegaFlex, Inc.

        Parker Boiler Co

        Patterson-Kelley, LLC

        PB Heat, LLC

        Pentair Aquatic Systems

        Pietro Fiorentini USA

        POLIDORO USA Inc.

        Pro-Flex, LLC

        QHT Inc.

        Raypak, Inc.

        RBI Water Heaters, Division of Mestek, Inc.

        Regal Rexnord

        Reliance Worldwide Corporation

        Resideo

        Revcor, Inc.

        Rheem Sales Company, Inc.

        Riello Corporation of America

        Rinnai America Corporation

        Roberts-Gordon, LLC

        Robertshaw

        R.W. Beckett Corporation

        S.I.T. Controls USA, Inc.

        Sensience/Therm-O-Disc, Incorporated

        Smith Cast Iron Boilers

        Solaronics, Inc.

        Suntec Industries, Inc.

        Superior Radiant Products Inc.

        Taco, Inc.

        Testo, Inc.

        Thermal Solutions Products, LLC

        Thermeau Industries Inc.

        Titeflex Corporation

        Trane Technologies

        Triangle Tube Phase III Co. Inc.

        U.S. Boiler Company, LLC

        Valencia Pipe Company

        Vaughn Thermal Corporation

        Vesta DS, Inc.

        Viessmann Manufacturing Company (U.S.) INC.

        Ward Manufacturing, LLC

        Weil-McLain, a brand of WM Technologies, LLC

        Williams Furnace Co.

        Xylem Incorporated

        Zehnder Rittling

        Zhongshan Broad-Ocean Motor Co., Ltd

        ZIEHL–ABEGG, INC.

        Zodiac Pool Systems LLC

        Standards and Guidelines

        Boilers

        Direct Heating

        Gas Controls

        • International Electrotechnical Commission Technical Committee 72. IEC/TC 72 was initially established to fill the needs for international safety standards for automatic electrical controls for use in household appliances and similar equipment. The scope was recently expanded to include industrial applications. The USNC TAG was established to harmonize U.S. safety philosophies and practices within IEC/TC 72 with those of the European Union and Asia Pacific regions.
        • International Organization for Standardization, ISO/TC 161. ISO/TC 161 was established to develop a set of International Standards in the field of control and protective devices for gas and oil burners and appliances using as a bases existing local or regional standards.

        Gas Detection and Analysis

        Heat Pump Pool and Spa Heaters

        Indirect Water Heaters

        Infrared Heaters

        Radiation

        Water Heaters

         

        Certification Programs