Fireplaces that include the Warnock Hersey mark are available at thousands of fireplace retailers throughout the United States, such as Fireplace Center in Hilo, Hawaii; California Stove & Supply in Concord, California; and Alpine Fireplaces in Boise, Idaho. Warnock Hersey is the safety and performa
Warnock Hersey is a mark used in North America to indicate compliance with building codes and safety standards on construction sites. The symbol is commonly found on wood fire-rated doors.
Find replacement parts for wood pellet stoves with the Warnock Hersey Mark on sites such as Stove-Parts-Unlimited.com, WoodmansPartsPlus.com, eBay.com and HearthStove.com. Intertek, an OSHA-recognized testing laboratory that measures the safety of various products, maintains the Warnock Hersey Mark.
Intertek's Warnock Hersey Mark is a mark certifying product safety and performance used in North America, including on wood fire-rated doors. Intertek is a company that ensures products meet safety, health, environmental and quality standards for almost any product.
Warnock Hersey is not the brand name of a wood stove manufacturer, but rather a product safety and performance verification mark which appears on nearly 80% of all wood stove doors in North America. The WH Mark is issued by the third-party certification agency Intertek.
To qualify for a Warnock Hersey mark, a fire door must comply with local and national codes, requirements and standards as determined by an Intertek inspection or previous certification. The Warnock Hersey mark demonstrates that a product conforms to these standards and that the manufacturer receive
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