Sanyo launches CO2 heat-pump training


Sanyo has introduced an approved installer scheme for its ECO heat-pump heating system that uses carbon dioxide as the refrigerant. It involves a one-day course on the theoretical and design aspects of installing carbon-dioxide based heating systems.

The course is offered at three centres. They are Sanyo’s headquarters in Whyteleafe, Oceanair Distribution in Bristol and Easy Air in Birmingham. Further training facilities are being developed in the north of England.

Approved installers can use the approved-installer logo on promotional material, stationery, web sites and vehicles.

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