The best way to describe this unusual project is “Super flexible and controllable Temperzone OPA-ECO units meet very clever Modbus programming and solve an almost impossible air conditioning problem. And, oh yes, fit the budget too!
Higher EER and COP figures for modern air conditioning equipment promise lower energy consumption. The actual reduction in energy usage is very hard to estimate over a month or a year. However, estimating the actual energy saving is critically important to understanding the cost / benefit of any air conditioning refit.
After a four year development project, led by Mike Vlug and Adrian Kerr, including more than a year of field trials, Temperzone NZ has released a unique new range of modular commercial Heat Pump Water Heaters into the market.
Multi Split air conditioning systems have become very popular, particularly at the prestige end of the residential apartment market. The space saving of a single outdoor unit combined with the flexibility of multiple indoor heads make products like Hitachi Multi Zone from Temperzone the ideal choice for high rise developments.
Temperzone is pleased to announce the release of the new Hitachi YHA4 inverter wall split models. These new models feature white casings with contemporary smooth lines and when combined with our current models, provide a complete range of modern inverter wall splits which fully complement one another.
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