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U.S. factory shipments of HVAC equipment—including central air conditioners, air-source heat pumps, warm air furnaces and storage water heaters—continued to decline in October, while a few categories, such as commercial gas and electric water heaters, and heat pumps rose modestly, according to the monthly statistical report from the Air-Conditioning, Heating and Refrigeration Institute.

Shipments in October and year to date included:
  • Combined shipments of central air conditioners and air-source heat pumps: –17% versus October 2007 and –6% year-to-date compared to past year.
  • Heat pump shipments: +5% in October and +0.7% year-to-date versus 2007.
  • October shipments of gas-fired warm-air furnaces: –20.4% month-over-month in 2007 and –17.7% year-to-date compared to last year.
  • Shipments of oil-fired warm-air furnaces in October: –31.2% compared to last year and –28.1% over the 10-month period in 2007.
  • Residential electric water heater shipments in October: –1.1% versus October 2007 and –2.2% year to date.
  • Shipments of residential gas water heaters: –8.7% for the month and –5.8% versus the same period last year.
  • October commercial gas water heater shipments: –21% versus October 2007 and +4.7% year-to-date versus last year.
  • Commercial electric water heater shipments for October: –12.2% versus October 2007, but +6.3% year-to-date compared to last year.