16 April 2021
Carrier marks a new milestone in Europe with the launch of XCT7, the latest generation of Carrier Variable Refrigerant Flow (VRF) technology.
The XCT7 systems provide unmatched advantages for customers, including improved reliability, enhanced system performance, high efficiency, a large operating range, easy installation and incredible flexibility.
The systems can be customized to meet the specific demands of most projects. Up to four outdoor units can be combined to reach 104 horsepower with up to 64 indoor units per outdoor system. Carrier is a part of Carrier Global Corporation (NYSE: CARR), a leading global provider of healthy, safe and sustainable building and cold chain solutions.
Carrying forth the legacy that shaped the climate control industry, Carrier's VRF systems have always delivered optimal comfort and performance that can be scaled to meet most customers’ climate control needs, from single-family residences to commercial high-rise buildings.
Reliability and performance are at the heart of XCT7, providing customers with total peace of mind. This is due to the combination of advanced features including: an outdoor condenser with black-coated fin technology for enhanced corrosion resistance; anti-liquid shock protection for the compressor to reduce liquid shock failure rate; improved refrigerant distribution balance due to the centrifugal oil separator; and smooth supply of lubricant due to the 10-stage oil return technology.
“VRF is widely accepted technology in Europe and one of the largest segments in the HVAC industry,” said Didier Genois, Vice President & General Manager, HVAC Europe, Carrier. “XCT7 is a major launch for our business in Europe. We are expanding our offering to match our customers’ expectations. We are launching it simultaneously in six countries and have made significant investments in related digital technology, training centers and a dedicated sales force to continuously better serve our customers.”
Previously introduced in Asia, XCT7 will be available in Spain, Portugal, France, Italy, Germany and the UK, from February 2021.