The list will be updated many more times right up until the deadline. Some companies are just getting it done sooner than others. Some folks are just wired that way to get requirements checked off the list and some procrastinate. As long as they get it done before the deadline they are good.How does the Woodstock Ideal Steel land on the "no" list? And why would companies like United States Stove, (made in China, I believe) spend so much testing stoves with emissions over 3 g/hr.? They had to know they'd fail.
List is updated weekly, and sometimes mutliple times a week. You just need to keep checking back. They have started marking new additions to it, so you can scan for stuff that just got added. We are pushing them to add another column that indiciates the test method used. Currently, its hard to tell which stoves are single burn rate, which ones got alternative test methods approved, etc. They are open to do that, but just need to get on it.What's the column furthest to the right on the table, "NSPS compliance"? Can someone explain the Yes vs. No?
Not trying to get in an argument here... but I'm fairly certain this is not true.Last time I checked they spent about 19% on marketing and half that on R&D. In the software industry those numbers are typically reversed.