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09.07.2018

New KAISAI air conditioners with R32 refrigerant

The KAISAI product range will now include new air conditioning units which use R32 ecological refrigerant. The flagship model of this year’s product portfolio is the energy-saving KAISAI FLY wall-mounted air conditioner.

The KAISAI FLY air conditioner, with the new R32 refrigerant and an energy efficiency class of A++, has an exceedingly elegant front panel, which makes it suitable for any room in your home. As the device operates perfectly at low outside temperatures, the heating mode can be achieved with the outside temperature as low as -25°C. Similarly to all other wall-mounted air conditioners from the KAISAI range, the FLY model is fitted with a Wi-Fi module as standard, allowing you to control air conditioning in your home from anywhere in the world. The multifunctional wireless remote control allows you to use three additional functions of the unit: the self-cleaning evaporator, continuous heating at 8°C and the temperature sensor in the remote control.

Another new addition to the KAISAI range are the SLIM duct air conditioning units, characterised by external static pressure of 160 Pa – which is higher than in standard models – while guaranteeing low noise operation. These devices have a lower height than standard duct air conditioners, and therefore they can be installed inside a suspended ceiling. Thanks to the use of modern technology, the units automatically adjust the static pressure and maintain a constant air flow rate.

The KAISAI brand portfolio will now also include standard floor and ceiling, as well as cassette air conditioners from the Super Slim series, which this year are also available with R32 refrigerant.

Detailed information on the KAISAI air conditioners will be presented soon in new KAISAI 2018/2019 catalogue.

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