Trane has launched three new compact chillers and heat pumps below 400kW for heating and cooling small commercial buildings, industrial facilities and industrial processes.
Trane says the City products are 38% more efficient at part load than the 2021 Ecodesign requirements, future-proofing building owners’ investments. They are designed with R1234ze refrigerant and use renewable energy, geothermal sourced water and waste water to deliver heating capacity up to 80 degrees Celsius.
The three new products are:
Panasonic has unveiled AC Smart Cloud, an internet-based remote monitoring system that allows businesses to centralise control of Panasonic heating and cooling installations.
The system has been developed for the commercial market and simplifies the monitoring of installations across multiple locations without the need for specialist software. It has already been successfully installed in hotel, retail and business applications across Europe.
Going the extra mile to meet the needs of its customers, Calorex Heat Pumps has introduced a brand new quoting system to its website, to allow users to quickly and efficiently work the correct dehumidification equipment required for each application.
According to Mike Nankivell, marketing director of Space Air, the UK Daikin Distributor, heat pumps already play an important part in the heating and cooling of our commercial buildings and the latest VRV heat pump developments from Daikin Europe demonstrate their innovative approach to meeting virtually any requirement.
Following the arrival of new Heating Technical Engineer, Andy Henson, earlier this year, Hitachi has completely overhauled the training programme for its Yutaki range of air source heat pumps.
New Products and Solutions