Daikin teams up with Climate Center

Daikin’s split and Sky Air air-conditioning systems are now available through Climate Center, following a new arrangement with Wolseley. They will be available through Climate Center’s nationwide network of 51 branches, the largest in the UK. Climate Center will also handle related materials such as piping, spares and accessories. Mick Langford, air-conditioning sales director with Daikin UK, says, ‘We expect companies working on small projects to benefit particularly by being able to source Daikin units, together with all related equipment.’ Daikin UK and Climate Center are working closely to ensure that installers purchasing equipment through Climate Centre will have all the necessary qualifications for handling refrigerants, meeting end-user demands for high-quality installation.’
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