Fujitsu air conditioners are designed for health applications

Fujitsu, plasma air filtration, air conditioning

Fujitsu’s range of wall-mounted plasma air conditioners are designed for applications such as GP surgeries and dental practices. They incorporate the Plasma Clean filtration system, which removes dust and pollen spores down to 2 µm in size. The have high energy efficiency and the ability to heat and cool.

Outdoor units are available in sizes up to 25 kW and can serve up to four indoor units, with a refrigerant piping length of up to 70 m. they use R410A.

Hand-held or wall-fixed remote controller are available, as well as hard-wired and infra-red controllers to BMS interfaces.

One feature is the Power Diffuser, which directs heated air downwards and cool air across the ceiling.

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