Eternal Hybrid Water Heaters Get Nods from NATE, AHRI

North American Technician Excellence (NATE), a non-profit certification organization for HVAC technicians, also granted 12 credits hours towards a NATE certification to HVAC professionals who complete the Eternal training class.

Eternal hybrid water heaters, marketed by Grand Hall USA, received recognition from two national organizations for the performance of its products and the quality of its training program.

An Eternal hybrid water heater.

AHRI, the Air-Conditioning, Heating, and Refrigeration Institute, recently added Grand Hall USA to its Residential Water Heaters (RWH) Certification Program. Now, Eternal hybrid water heaters are tested and ENERGY STAR certified through AHRI. North American Technician Excellence (NATE), a non-profit certification organization for HVAC technicians, also granted 12 credits hours towards a NATE certification to HVAC professionals who complete the Eternal training class. Receiving acknowledgements from both organizations highlights Eternal's commitment to delivering quality products, educating service technicians, and ensuring customers have a positive experience with its Eternal hybrid water heaters.

AHRI Product Performance Certification Program is a voluntary program that evaluates heating, ventilation, air conditioning, refrigeration, and water heating products. The organization verifies a product's performance so consumers can feel more confident about the products they buy. It also encourages fair competition, compliance with federal and state regulations, and is an accredited Certification Body (CB) for compliance with the ENERGY STAR Qualification. Products that are certified through the AHRI Product Performance Certification Program are tested continuously to maintain consumers' confidence in the product and the program. For consumers interested in purchasing an Eternal, being AHRI certified means Eternal hybrid water heaters meet government regulations and deliver on their performance claims.

NATE, a certification organization supported by the HVAC industry offers a highly-respected certification program for seasoned HVAC technicians. HVAC technicians seeking a NATE certification are required to take classes to stay up-to-date on HVAC technology and acquire the knowledge they need to support their customers. Every 5 years NATE technicians must renew their certifications. By awarding 12 credit hours for the Eternal training class, more HVAC technicians will gain exposure to gas appliances and learn the proper installation techniques for Eternal hybrid water heaters. The strong focus on training combined with the NATE certification means Eternal customers will have a better installation and service experience.

"Receiving recognition from AHRI and NATE, two well-respected organizations, is an honor and an important milestone for our company," said Paul Home, vice president of product and marketing for Eternal hybrid water heaters. "Every day we strive to provide a superior product and training for our customers and contractors. Like AHRI and NATE, we believe a product must deliver on its promises and proper training is a crucial part of the experience." Eternal hybrid water heaters provide endless and consistent hot water to multiple applications simultaneously without compromising water pressure. Its patented stainless steel design is up to 98% efficient, leaves almost no carbon footprint, and qualifies for a $300 federal tax credit. The GU120 is ideal for retrofit applications and has a 15 year residential no leak warranty. The Eternal GU195S and GU145S come with a 15 year residential / 5 year commercial no leak warranty. For more information on Eternal hybrid water heaters, go to www.eternalwaterheater.com. Details on the Eternal training program are available at www.eternalclass.com for HVAC and plumbing professionals.


 

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