Buy InterCity Product Parts (I.C.P) from high-efficiency full-feature models to basic entry-level
InterCity Products has gone through a name change and is now known as International Comfort Products (ICP).
ICP designs, creates, and markets a wide range of HVAC units and gas/oil heat units and furnaces for residential and commercial, though not industrial, buildings. They use distributors to sell their products, and their parts, accesories, etc., to dealers and contractors. They mostly sell their products in North America though, lately, they have been selling internationally as well.
Their residential units cover a wide range of models. These range from extremely high-end models, with state of the art controls and a full suite of features, all the way to the more basic units that are considered "entry level" systems. These systems carry the Lincoln, Airquest, KeepRite, Arcoaire, Tempstar, Comfortmaker and Heil brand names. Their commercial units carry the Heil, Arcoaire, Comfortmaker, KeepRite and Tempstar brands as well as carrying the new ICP Commercial brand name. They have a cooling capacity of up to 20 tons and are perfect for use as spares or replacement systems in a lot of building types such as schools, hospitals, nursing homes, office buildings, and hotels.
ICP produces their HVAC units all over the U.S. in various manufacturing plants but their oil furnaces are mostly produced in a plant in Sherbrooke, Canada. The U.S. plants alone produce over a million units each year and show no signs of slowing down any time soon. No other company in the industry has a distribution system in North America that comes even close to matching the system ICP has.
All of their units are made with the highest quality parts available, to boot. Every part of their units, from the pump and chiller to the air handler and all the assorted motors, are manufactured to the highest degree of quality and durability possible. Great products, however, aren't enough by themselves to ensure success in the modern market. That's the main reason that ICP actually offers training to any distributors and dealers that want it. They offer the standard product specific seminars, of course, but they also offer more generic classes to help dealers get more informed on several sales, business and technical topics. This is supplemented by a very interesting program they have where they take Mobile Training Labs across the country to help teach students how to work on their products without them having to leave their own city. It's great ideas like these that have helped ICP take and hold a position as one of the most highly-regarded HVAC companies in North America.