Designed in accordance with high efficiency, marketability and reduced size and weight, the company’s new ECOi Series 6 VRF, represents a significant step forward in both efficiency and performance, and becomes the new “best in class” among VRF systems. In addition, SANYO will also official launch its R22 Renewal system, which uses existing refrigerant pipe work to speed up installation and cut replacement of obsolete R22 system costs by around 30/40 per cent. In addition to the upfront savings, the Renewal system has COPs of up to 4.0 compared with 2.5 and below for older R22 systems.
In the splits sector, SANYO is introducing new versions of its wall-mounted SAP-K units, including a basic on/off system and an inverter-controlled model. In addition, the company is also launching a new Floor Mounted Unit (FDRV) for splits and multi splits, featuring an ultra-quiet mode and a DC inverter. Other features include cooling and heating down to -15 deg C, automatic air-sweep for effective distribution, and high-power “turbo-start” for fast cooling and heating.