January 21, 2019

Did You Know #6 – Fujitsu VRF Units Have Leak Detection Output

  Did you know.... that all Fujitsu VRF indoor units produced from January 2018 now come equipped with leak detection input. A new Function number has been added (Function 60) that now allows CNA04 to be used as either “forced thermostat off” (free cooling for ducted models using 100% fresh […]
April 28, 2017

Did You Know #5 – You Can Replace Sanyo Units With New Panasonic Units

Did you know that you can replace existing Sanyo SPW units with new Panasonic units? Panasonic acquired Sanyo in 2009 and have kept and further developed the commercial split, VRF & GHP (SPW) ranges meaning that it is possible to replace outdoors and indoor units in most situations. This means that […]
April 11, 2017

Did You Know… #4 You Can Group Control Fujitsu Single & Multi Split Systems

Did you know that you can group control all type of indoor units throughout the Fujitsu single and multi split range. Although a relatively simple feature it is not possible with most of the competition and the ability to group control wall mounts and multi systems is particularly unique.  Below […]
April 4, 2017

Did You Know… #3 – You Can Adjust Air Off Temperatures on Panasonic ECOi Duct Units

One of the key features with Panasonic ECOi systems is the ability to control the indoor air off temperatures to ensure a comfortable environment. To do so you will require a wired controller to access the detailed settings to make changes to two settings. The wired controller needs to be […]
March 27, 2017

Did You Know… #2 Fujitsu Offer Auto Louver Grille Kits for Slim Duct Range

Did you know that Fujitsu offer Auto Louver Grille kits which connect to their slim duct range and directs the airflow into the room providing a more comfortable environment. Compatible with both the VRF and single split units, the grille has a simple flat design with louvers that close giving […]
March 14, 2017

Did You Know… #1 Panasonic Splits Can Be Used in Low Temperature Applications

Did you know that one of the key features of the Panasonic PACi range is the ability to adjust the settings for special applications that require cooling to maintain rooms between 8-24ºCWB (10-30°CDB). Typical applications include wine cellars, ice cream factories, flower shops, gymnasiums and food preparation and storage rooms. Key […]