1. ISO 9001 : 2015 Certification

    Thermal Edge, Inc. is committed to meeting customer and regulatory requirements and to the continuous improvement of our products and services. ISO has developed over 17500 International Standards on a variety of subjects and some 1100 new ISO standards are published every year. The full range of technical fields can be seen from the listing International Standards.


  2. Underwriters Laboratory (UL Listed)

    Thermal Edge tests our products for all public safety. UL Listed is the trusted source across the globe for product compliance. Benefiting a range of customers – from manufacturers and retailers to consumers and regulating bodies. We have been UL Listed in Canada & in the USA.


  3. CE Certificate

    The CE Mark is a requirement for products sold to the European Market. The CE Mark identifies a product as complying with the health and safety requirements spelled out in European legislation (Directives) and is mandatory for equipment operating in the European Union (EU).


  4. NEMA Enclosure Types

    The purpose of this page is to provide general information on the definitions of NEMA Enclosure Types to architects, engineers, installers, inspectors and other interested parties. In Non-Hazardous Locations, the specific enclosure Types, their applications, and the environmental conditions they are designed to protect against, when completely and properly installed, are identified here


  5. Hazardous Locations Certificate

    Hazardous Location Testing verifies that a product does not present a risk of explosion when placed into a potentially explosive atmosphere (hazardous location). The testing is performed by evaluating the method of protection applied in the design of the device. The testing process consists of subjecting the device to a potentially explosive atmosphere and attempt to cause a critical failure within the device’s protection system. If a device does not experience a critical failure and meets all additional requirements set forth by the applicable hazardous location standard, the device is considered compliant for use within the tested environment.


  6. SCCR Rating Certification

    In accordance with Article 409 of the 2008 National Electric Code (NFPA 70), requirements for control panels are to be marked with a short-circuit current rating. As specified in the National Electric Code, UL508A-2001 Supplement SB provides an accepted method for determining the short-circuit current rating of the control panel. The SCCR of your application is based on the SCCR for the branch circuit protection device installed in the panel / enclosure per UL50 & UL508a to protect the AC unit. The defaulted SCCR recommendation of all Thermal Edge air conditioners is 5kA.


  7. Restriction of Hazardous substances

    In order to avoid the release of hazardous substances into the environments, all models have utilized lead-free solder applications. In the past it has been considered to be difficult to use lead-free solder for practical applications because it requires higher solder temperatures. This could jeopardize reliability, however our method of lead free soldering produces higher quality lead-free air conditioner connections.