HOUSTON, April 21, 2015 /PRNewswire/ -- M-TriGen, Inc., formerly M-CoGen, Inc., the world's only manufacturer of micro combined cooling heating and power generation (MCCHP) equipment, announced that its PowerAire CHP-P10 (Propane) and CHP-NG10 (Natural Gas) models have achieved ETL labeling approval and conform to UL Standards 1995 and 2200, ANSI Standard Z21.40.2 R(2002) and are certified to CSA Standards C22.2 Nos. 100 and 236 and CGA Standards 2.17 and 2.92 R(2002).
"Having a world recognized testing and certification organization like INTERTEK, accept both our micro tri-generation products to be labeled with their prestigious ETL mark, provides our customers confidence in the safety and performance of our products," said Donald Williams, founder and CEO of M-TriGen, Inc.
To receive an ETL label, products are tested against recognized safety standards, while manufacturing facilities and test processes are also reviewed. Once ETL labeling is achieved, a company's products are regularly tested and its facilities and processes audited to ensure continued compliance with safety standards.
UL 1995 and CSA Standard C22.2 No. 236 are safety standards for stationary heating and cooling equipment used in non-hazardous locations. UL 2200 and CSA Standard C22.2 No. 100 are safety standards for stationary motor and generator assemblies. ANSI Standard Z21.40.2 R(2002) and CGA Standard 2.92 R(2002) cover Gas-Fired, Work Activated Air-Conditioning and Heat Pump Appliances (Internal Combustion). CGA Standard 2.17 covers Gas-Fired Appliances for Use at High Altitudes.
The ETL Mark is proof of product compliance to North American safety standards. Authorities Having Jurisdiction (AHJs) across the US and Canada accept the ETL Listed Mark as proof of product compliance to published industry standards. Retail buyers accept it on products they're sourcing. And every day, more and more consumers recognize it on products they purchase as a symbol of safety.
About M-TriGen, Inc.
M-TriGen manufactures micro-combined cooling, heat and power systems (MCCHP) designed to provide power for residential, commercial, light industrial, military and government markets. M-TriGen's patent pending hybrid MCCHP system can deliver efficiency levels twice those of existing combined cycle large scale power generation systems. M-TriGen's MCCHP systems reduce energy costs, increase energy efficiency, balance existing renewable power generation systems, and greatly improve energy security and power reliability all the while offering a clean and continuous source of power. WWW.MTRIGEN.COM
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