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DOMESTIC AIR CONDITIONING


Flexible solutions from Hitachi


Hitachi


W


ith the launch of the UK Government’s 2019 Clean Air Strategy restricting


the sale of some fuels, and initiating upgrades of inefficient and polluting heating systems, multi-purpose domestic air conditioning could be one way for local authorities, housing associations and homeowners to take action.


Hitachi’s range of eco-friendly


R32 refrigerant room air conditioners include high end, aesthetic wall mount models with exclusive air quality features such as the new and patented Frost Wash.


This function freezes the heat exchanger and washes away dust, mould and bacteria, to improve indoor air quality for homeowners. Air conditioning can also be a space-efficient solution for


domestic heating and cooling with compact wall or floor mount units taking up little space compared to traditional radiators and, in the case of new build homes, fully ducted units or ceiling cassettes take up no internal space at all. With Hitachi’s R32 Multizone range it is possible to connect up to six indoor units to a single outdoor unit, so it is ideal for residential and small commercial applications. With wall mounted, floor mounted, ducted units and cassettes available, there is plenty of flexibility for the specifier and installer.


Seasonal efficiencies of A+++ in both heating and cooling ensure low running costs and, with Wi-Fi control, make Hitachi a suitable choice for homeowners.


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