Japanese air conditioning and electronics company Fujitsu General has partnered with the UAE based distributors of air conditioning solutions ELAPCO to bring their next generation line of OGeneral -VRF (variable refrigerant flow) air conditioning systems t o the UAE. The VRF systems are engineered for sustainable green buildings and it also allows building owners to claim numerous LEED prerequisites.
The new generation VRF (R410A) system is a centralised air conditioning system that cools large multi-zone spaces with varying heating and cooling needs through intelligent controls. The system is designed to suit UAE’s high-rise mixed use, multi-zone buildings.
“At Fujitsu General we constantly strive to cultivate and better relationship between humans and environment as a whole. Fujitsu General is creating values for the new generation by fusing advanced technology and marketing power. The introduction of the VRF technology and systems is a firm step in that direction,” says Yanagimoto, CEO of Fujitsu General ME.
“The current prerequisite for the UAE and the Middle Eastern region is sustainable air conditioning solutions, due to the extreme climatic conditions here. We believe in the Fujitsu General philosophy of conserving energy and with their first-hand innovation in the VRF range our customers in this region will now have access to more comprehensive green conforming air conditioning solutions,” adds Tariq Al Ghussein, CEO of ELAPCO Group.
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