Toshiba installer uses Toshiba for its own HQ

The first UK installation of Toshiba’s high-efficiency Digital Inverter 4 range of air-conditioning units has been installed by Metainy Air Conditioning in its headquarters at Woodlands Business Park, Maidenhead. Metainy is a long-standing Toshiba-accredited installer. This heat-pump-based system uses a ducted split system based on two 2.5 kW units supplying cooled and heated air through the ceiling void to outlet grilles above the main working area. Compatibility with BMS controls was one of the key reasons Metainy opted for these air-conditioning units. Director Mac Baker said, ‘The new DI system is designed to dovetail with the BMS we already have on site, which makes it easy to set them up and quickly integrate with the rest of the system.’ Metainy has some 30 years’ experience of applying and servicing Toshiba equipment.

The first UK installation of Toshiba’s high-efficiency Digital Inverter 4 range of air-conditioning units has been installed by Metainy Air Conditioning in its headquarters at Woodlands Business Park, Maidenhead. Metainy is a long-standing Toshiba-accredited installer.

This heat-pump-based system uses a ducted split system based on two 2.5 kW units supplying cooled and heated air through the ceiling void to outlet grilles above the main working area.

Compatibility with BMS controls was one of the key reasons Metainy opted for these air-conditioning units. Director Mac Baker said, ‘The new DI system is designed to dovetail with the BMS we already have on site, which makes it easy to set them up and quickly integrate with the rest of the system.’

Metainy has some 30 years’ experience of applying and servicing Toshiba equipment.

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