Johnson Controls offers Hitachi split air conditioning units on line

Johnson Controls, air conditioning, Hitachi

Johnson Controls is now distributing Hitachi air-conditioning via the Johnson Controls EasyParts web site. Summit units are available, and new customers without trade accounts can purchase equipment with a credit card. Alphesh Trivedi, product manager at Johnson Controls HVAC Parts, said, ‘This diversification into air-conditioning splits is a logical development and a good complement to our established and growing business in the chiller sector.’

The Summit range covers cooling capacities from 2 to 5 kW and heating from 2.5 to 6 kW. Units have DC inverter drives on compressors and fans, resulting in an A+ energy-efficiency rating for all models.

A heating mode lock makes them suitable for BREEAM-assessed buildings where cooling mode may not be acceptable or in applications where cooling is not required.

Johnson Controls has set up a dedicated team to support the new Hitachi air-conditioning business to help customers with technical and order queries. Delivery times of three to five days will be offered.

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