What brands does ICP make?

ICP’s unitary product lines include Arcoaire, Airquest, Comfortmaker, Heil, and Tempstar. Carrier brands include Bryant, Carrier, Day & Night, Payne, and WeatherMaker.

Where are ICP products manufactured?

ICP has been designing, manufacturing and marketing these quality systems under several brand names for more than 70 years. Products are made in world-class manufacturing facilities located in the U.S., and Mexico.

Is ICP a good air conditioner?

ICP® brands cater to the residential and commercial HVAC contractors across the United States and around the world. ICP products are manufactured to the industry’s toughest standards and are covered by the best warranties in the industry.

Who owns ICP HVAC?

Carrier GlobalUnited Technolog… Corporation
International Comfort Products/Parent organizations

Who makes ICP furnace?

Carrier Global Corporation
International Comfort Products Corporation (ICP) is a company that designs, manufactures and markets central air conditioning (HVAC) systems and gas and oil furnaces for use in homes and commercial buildings. It is a unit of Carrier Global Corporation and is headquartered in Lewisburg, Tennessee, United States.

Does United Tech own ICP?

ICP is a United Technologies subsidiary (and part of its Carrier operating unit). ICP makes oil and gas furnaces, heat pumps, and central air-conditioning systems for residential and commercial customers.

How can you tell how old a ICP unit is?

The date of production/manufacture or age of ICP® HVAC equipment can be determined from the serial number located on the data plate.

How can you tell how old an ICP unit is?

Where are ICP furnaces made?

ICP produces more than a million units a year at various manufacturing complexes in the United States, Mexico and Canada. Oil furnaces are also produced at the Canadian plant in Sherbrooke, Quebec.

What brands are owned by Trane?

Trane Technologies Makes: Trane (best) brand….became an independent company (once again).

  • Carrier’s Brands; Bryant, Carrier, Day & Night, Payne, & WeatherMaker.
  • Carrier & Bryant Furnaces are made in Indianapolis, IN.
  • Carrier & Bryant Central A/C & Heat pumps are made in Colliersville, TN.

How do you read ICP model numbers?

Look for the 5th and 6th digit of the model number, or approximately that location. It will be a number divisible by 6 or 12, and represents the nominal BTU of the system in thousands. A ton of air conditioning equals 12,000 BTU, and 48 divided by 12 equals 4, so the data plate below indicates the system is 4 tons.

How do I know what kind of HVAC I have?

The best way is to check your outside system; there is usually a label that specifies if it is a heat pump or an air conditioner. If no such designation exists, Google the model number and brand name. You can also check for horizontal brass pipes within your condensing units, which are unique to heat pumps.

Who uses ICP HVAC?

Millions of people in North America and around the globe use ICP equipment in their buildings. For more than 70 years, the company provides all these HVAC products under several brands.

Who is ICP Commercial?

A local specialist will contact you shortly. ICP Commercial is a subsidiary of ICP USA, which has been designing and manufacturing heat pumps for more than 50 years. The company was previously known as Inter-City Products until 1999, when ICP USA was purchased by Carrier parent company United Technologies Corp. and took on its current name.

What kind of warranty do ICP furnaces have?

ICP Commercial also offers a line of residential 80% and 90% AFUE gas furnaces, along with residential oil furnaces and boilers. ICP Commercial offers a 1-year limited parts and 5-year limited compressor warranty for all of its commercial products. Consumers are encouraged to register their product for complete warranty benefits.

Where is the headquarters of ICP?

It is a unit of Carrier Global Corporation and is headquartered in Lewisburg, Tennessee, United States . ICP is a United Technologies subsidiary (and part of its Carrier operating unit).