Find AHRI Certified© Packaged Terminal Heat Pumps
Related Standard(s) and Documents
The certification program includes packaged terminal heat pumps as defined below.
A packaged terminal heat pump consists of a separate, un-encased refrigeration system installed in a cabinet of similar function and configuration to that of a packaged terminal air-conditioner. It utilizes reverse cycle refrigeration as its prime heat source and should have available other supplementary heating by hot water, steam, or electric resistance.
This program applies to 50 and 60 Hz Production Models of New Construction PTHP. A new construction unit is a unit with sleeve dimensions of at least 16 in. high and/or at least 42 in. wide, as defined by ASHRAE Standard 90.1.
- Standard Rating Cooling Capacity, Btuh
- Energy Efficiency Ratio, EER, Btuh/W
- High-Temperature Heating Standard Rating Capacity, Btuh
- High-Temperarture Coefficient of Performance, COP
The rules and procedures for obtaining and maintaining certification are detailed in the Resources section above. The specific Standard listed above details the technical requirements for rating and publishing your product performance, the AHRI General Operations Manual (OM) details the program operational rules that are generic to all of AHRI’s certification programs and lastly, the Product-specific Operations Manual provides the operational rules that are specific to this program along with the required documents and fees. Please ensure that you are familiar with the latest rules and procedures for this program.