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DOMESTIC AIR CONDITIONING


t emperature of around 21-22°C, which is easily done with the Panasonic Smart Controllers supplied for each apartment in the above example.


To further encourage home-owners to use renewable forms of energy to heat and cool their homes, the UK Government’s Domestic R enewable Heat Incentive (RHI), administered by Ofgem, provides some incentive. To meet eligibility criteria, a property requires an Energy Performance Certificate (EPC). The EPC shows


a record of the energy efficiency levels and CO2 e missions of a building, using a standard table


from A to G (A being very efficient, G being very inefficient). In Scotland there is also the potential of a loan from the Scottish Loan Fund.


House owners are required to submit their application with their EPC certificate in order to receive a grant to help to cover the initial costs of the equipment such as heat pumps. The Panasonic air to air Mini VRF Units and solar panels mentioned in th e above project are covered within the scheme. Those who join the scheme and stick to its rules receive quarterly payments for seven years for the clean, green renewable heat it is estimated that their system produces. T he Panasonic air to air units are easy to install and require a low level of maintenance, such as ensuring that the outdo or units are kept free fro m a build-up of dirt and leaves. The overall running cost does depend on the size of home, how old it is, and the level of insulation – for example, cavity wall insulation, double glazing, and loft insulation, which can have an impact on energy efficiency.


Panasonic’s Mini ECOi VRF models are specifically designed for residential and light commercial applications that deliver a powerful performance for properties with limited outdoor space, and boast significant energy savings, easy installation and high efficiency.


The new Mini ECOi Series, which includes 4HP, 5HP and 6HP models, is the ideal solution for delivering highly efficient VRF technology


to buildings with restricted external space, such as apartment blocks. The compact size of the outdoor unit, which is under a metre high, allows it to be placed on a rooftop or a balcony. In addition to its small size, the Mini ECOi series offers the most energy efficient mini VRF solution on the market. Thanks to new technolog y the range has the best EER and COP rating in the industry, with single fan 4HP units achieving a maximum EER of 4.50 and a maximum COP of 5.19. The technology that delivers this performance includes the new Panasonic Twin


Rotary Compressor with wider inverter control for higher efficiency and improved partial load control.


Energy efficiency can be further enhanced to ensure cost savings using a Panasonic Smart Controller to monitor usage – in the example mentioned earlier, each room can be individually monitored, and the temperature changed remotely via the Panasonic Smart Cloud to conserve energy when the property is unoccupied. Furthermore, remote maintenance by the installer is also possible via the controller.


Hawco4 TEMPERATURES TEMP


HANDLES AMBIENT


AMBIENT 51 Call 0 Call 01483 869 070 f r a quote 9 070 for a quote


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4.8kW COOLING


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