Panasonic unveils new tropical AC range
Dubai, April 15, 2013
Panasonic, a leading air conditioner manufacturer, has unveiled the new range of world’s only tropical inverter room air conditioners seen by the Japanese brand as ideal for tackling consumption of electricity in the region.
The range features new and advanced features that are not only designed to provide cooling comfort to homes, but are more energy efficient and with increased air purification capabilities, a statement said.
The air purification systems embedded within these air conditioners capture 99 per cent of harmful micro-organisms from the air and deactivate those trapped on the surfaces and the filter. It utilizes nano-technology to purify the air and clean harmful micro-organisms attached onto the fabrics in the room.
The existing range of tropical inverters air conditioners have been upgraded with the new Econavi Sensors which can sense human absence, human activity, sunlight conditions. These sensors automatically adjust cooling power to save energy efficiently with uninterrupted comfort and convenience.
Tachibana, director, Appliances Product Department, Panasonic Marketing Middle East and Africa, said, “The key challenge which we have overcome through this new range of air conditioners is that we have been able to reduce power consumption by up to 30 per cent without compromising on the comfort of the user, with just one touch of a button the user is able save power without any extra effort.
“This is really path breaking considering the fact that air conditioners account for 70 per cent of an average households electricity bills.”
With this new product, cooling is possible even when the outside temperature is 55C, he added.
The new air conditioners, through inverter control, not only cool 1.5 times faster than conventional air conditioners, but do so by consuming 30 per cent less power compared to the non-inverter units, according to the statement.
In addition to energy savings, the Intelligent Inverter Technology also delivers constant comfort with wide power output range and quick cooling during the start-up period. These new inverter air conditioners offer other features like reduced indoor operating noise, highlighted Tachibana.
In addition to the Econavi and Intelligent Inverter features, the deluxe non-inverter models also come with the new nanoe-G air purifying system that utilize ions and radicals to purify the air in the room. It works effectively on airborne impurities and fabric, ensuring a cleaner living environment. – TradeArabia News Service
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