American Standard currently offers 6 heat pumps of various capacities and with an efficiency range of 17.7 SEER 9 HSPF to 13 SEER 8.5 HSPF for the economy models. American Standard uses the name Heritage to describe their models of heat pumps from the top of the line high efficiency Heritage 18 Communicating Heat Pump to the Heritage 13 Heat Pump. Some of the features of American Standard heat pumps are:
- Two-Stage heating and cooling in selected American Standard Heat Pump units
- Variable speed ECM condenser fan motors and variable speed ECM blower motors in selected American Standard Heat Pump models
- Spine fin condenser coils in American Standard Heat Pumps
- Possible communications feature in the American Standard Heritage 18 Heat Pump
American Standard became Tappan Air Conditioning division in 1972. American-Standard purchased the Trane Company in 1984. American-Standards name revived in 1988. American Standard is based out of Tyler, Texas and they produce air conditioning and heating equipment along with other products for the home. In 2008 American Standard was acquired by Ingersoll-Rand along with American Standards sister company Trane.