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Search and find the best HVAC Manufacturers on Energy Partner Network. HVAC/R products for residential and commercial consumers, energy efficient air conditioning systems, HVAC controls, refrigeration, services and solut

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ions for diversified markets are included here.

Energy Partner Network connects to the best Heating, Ventilation, Air Conditioning brands. The most popular brands include the following:

  • Trane
  • Jen-Ter
  • Carrier
  • Daikin Industries
  • Ingersoll-Rand
  • Johnson Controls
  • Electrolux
  • LG.
  • AB Electrolux
  • Bosch Thermotechnik
  • Fujitsu
  • Lennox
  • Armstrong
  • Concord
  • American Standard
  • Payne,
  • Bryant
  • Tempstar
  • York
  • Lux
  • Coleman
  • Goodman
  • Amana

HVAC Manufacturers produce energy-efficient industrial heating units, EnergyStart Rated, residential and commercial heating, ventilation, air-conditioning (HVAC), and air-purification equipment, as well as commercial refrigeration equipment. These systems provides heating and cooling and refrigeration to residential and commercial buildings. H-V-A-C units generally last 15 years if taken care of and serviced regularly.

The largest manufacturers worldwide include

  • Daikin (Japan) 
  • Ingersoll Rand (US)
  • Johnson Controls (Ireland)
  • LG Electronics (South Korea)
  • United Technologies (US)
  • Electrolux (Sweden)
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Carrier Logo

Carrier is a world leader in high-technology heating, air-conditioning and refrigeration solutions. We have of... Read More

Daikin Logo

Innovation. Technology. Sustainability. Daikin is the global leader in air conditioning, with HVAC&R, fluorochemical, and... Read More

Trane Logo

As a world leader in air conditioning systems, services and solutions, we control the comfort... Read More

Federal-Mogul Logo

Headquartered in Lake Forest, Illinois, Tenneco is one of the world’s leading designers, manufacturers and... Read More

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