RIMA International Industry Partners
ASTM International defines and sets over 12,000 ASTM standards globally improving the lives of millions every day. Combined with their innovative business services, they enhance performance and help everyone have confidence in the things they buy and use. RIMA-I and ASTM International work together to promote and protect the reflective insulation, radiant barrier and interior radiation control coatings (IRCC) industries through our Verification Program, which is managed by ASTM’s certification team at SEI.
Safety Equipment Institute (SEI)
SEI is the premier certification organization for safety and protective products. SEI oversees and runs the Verification Program created by the Reflective Insulation Manufacturers Association International (RIMA-I) and endorsed by ASTM International.
In April 1995, the National Association of State Energy Officials and Energy Rated Homes of America founded the Residential Energy Services Network (RESNET) to develop a national market for home energy rating systems and energy efficient mortgages. RESNET is a recognized national standards-making body for building energy efficiency rating and certification systems in the United States.
Insulation Australasia (IA) is a product-agnostic trade association that serves to represent all insulation product-types and installation services groups collectively in Australia and New Zealand, including reflective insulation and radiant barriers in particular with their relationship with RIMA International. IA represents insulation manufacturers, fabricators and installers, large and small as a single voice to government, the public and the building and construction industry.
HPIP (High Performance Insulation Professionals)
HPIP is the only 501c3 in the insulation industry dedicated to establishing a unified certification for contractors and those entering the workplace. Through online learning, live events, and accreditation of partner events, HPIP promotes a unified insulation certification the public, consumers, builders, and government entities can use to recognize and appreciate a trained contractor.