Toshiba and Carrier Launches India’s Most Energy Efficient Hi-wall Air Conditioner

A world leader in high-technology air conditioning and refrigeration- Carrier- partnered with Japanese multinational conglomerate- Toshiba- launched highly energy-efficient and innovative air conditioning solutions including the Toshiba hi-wall unit inverter today.

A world leader in high-technology air conditioning and refrigeration- Carrier- partnered with Japanese multinational conglomerate- Toshiba- launched high energy-efficient and innovative air conditioning solutions including the Toshiba hi-wall unit inverter today. The inverter from Toshiba is India’s most energy efficient hi-wall unit with 1.5 ton capacity with an ISEER of 5.6. With the introduction of this launch, Carrier and Toshiba deliver on their commitment to offering highly efficient products to the clients.

As compared to a 3-star fixed speed air conditioner, this hi-wall AC reduces the consumption of electricity by almost 40 % and can allow you to save up to 50,000 over a period of five years.

On occasion, Toshiba’s super modular multi-system 7 (SMMS-7) variable refrigerant flow (VRF) system and Carrier’s next generation inverter ducted units have also been launched that are engineered as per Indian conditions. The latest SMMS-7 provides high energy at partial loads and can work at 52 degrees Centigrade ambient temperature, making it a perfect choice for areas with extremely hot conditions.

The major of advanced air-conditioning and refrigeration solutions, Carrier is also a part of UTC Climate, controls and Security, which is a unit of United Technologies Corp. (NYSE: UTX). The managing director of UTC Climate, Controls & Security, India- Arun Bhatia said, “India is strategic geography for us and given the evolving needs of our valued customers in the region, we are committed to delivering best-in-class products. With these new air conditioners, we are able to provide our customers highly energy-efficient products and solutions.”

Carrier- a pioneer in the ducted air conditioning space in India also presented its advanced and next generation inverter ducted air conditioner. These air conditioners can meet diverse customers’ applications including restaurants, retail shops, banquet halls, gymnasiums and small offices. Even these are apt to substitute existing ducted systems. Unlike conventional cooling solutions, it does not consume much energy, which enables customers to look forward to faster paybacks of not more than two years in comparison of Carrier’s fixed speed ducted air conditioner. Moreover, these also come with the PM2.5 filter that helps in improving the indoor air quality, and can flawlessly interface with most essential Building Management Systems (BMS).

 “One of Carrier’s strategic objectives is developing sustainable products.  To achieve this, we’re committed to developing new innovative and energy-efficient HVAC solutions to reduce energy consumption in buildings. Carrier and Toshiba’s new line of air conditioners with high ISEER ratings address this key focus area,” added Farokh Madan, director, marketing, UTC Climate, Controls & Security, India.

Carrier and Toshiba run in India through a joint venture Toshiba-Carrier Corporation (TCC), which set up in 1999 between United Technologies and Toshiba. Since then it has developed a global footprint to provide latest, innovative and customised solutions and products.

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