5 Recommended Air Conditioning Brands: A quick guidePosted on 12th December 2016 by ACS GB Ltd
In the modern age we expect our environment to be comfortable no matter where we are. Whether we’re at home, in the office or out shopping, air conditioning systems are working tirelessly in the background to maintain a pleasant temperature to keep you free from discomfort. Leading air conditioning manufacturers are constantly pushing themselves to achieve cutting-edge designs and new environmentally friendly components. With so many brands on the market, it’s difficult to know what to choose. To help you decide, take a look at our quick guide to the five recommended air conditioning brands.
Daikin Air Conditioning
Founded in 1924 as an electronics company, Daikin are now a global leader in providing air conditioning, heat pumps and ventilation systems. Their units boast the benefit of purifying rooms by transferring fresh air from the outside to inside, whilst removing any damaging fumes or allergens.
The most appealing trait of Daikin is their focus on environmental responsibility, and they employ a variety of techniques to lower the carbon emissions of their systems, including; installation of sensors to switch off units when they are not in use, and incorporating inverter technology to reduce energy consumption by 30%. Some of their models also offer remote control access, allowing users to adjust the air quality of their rooms whilst not even being present. Noise-reduction ‘whisper-quiet’ options are also available for those customers who require a calmer atmosphere at their premises.
Here at Air Conditioning Services GB, we are a Daikin D1 approved Partner, and can offer a 5 year parts and Labour warranty on all Daikin systems installed and maintained by us.
Mitsubishi Air Conditioning
This respected Japanese company provides electric air conditioning units for a range of clients, including small retail outlets and large-scale companies. Mitsubishi promote themselves as providing high efficiency units that boast low running costs, along with low-carbon models. They offer split systems for small to medium applications, with the outside unit controlling the indoor units. Mitsubishi also provide VRF (Variable Refrigerant Flow) systems, which can deliver both heating and cooling using an integrated system. The team at Mitsubishi also strive to offer detailed measurement and reporting on the performance of their units. They have also developed recovery of waste energy in their Lossnay system, which recovers stale air, extracts energy and transfers the energy to incoming fresh air.
Fujitsu Air Conditioning
With expertise in providing household appliances, electronic devices and information communication systems, Fujitsu are certainly a multi-talented company. They launched the air conditioning part of their business in 1960, and since then they have made industry history with a series of innovations, including the 1985 ‘Double blow flap’ which allows air amounts to be easily controlled. In 2003 they were the first in their field to include automatic filter cleaners in their units.
Fujitsu continually push boundaries and expand their range, with energy efficiency as their new main focus. In addition to their many system types, they are also able to offer a variety of designs, including ceiling, window and wall-mounted, floor standing, and others. The Fujitsu technicians also offer a bespoke service, tailoring your system to give each room a different temperature treatment depending on its needs.
We are a Fujitsu Registered installers and can offer a 5 years parts and Labour warranty on all Fujitsu systems installed and supplied by us.
Hitachi Air Conditioning
With humble beginnings as a Japanese repair shop, over the past 100 years, Hitachi has grown into an enormous multinational industrial corporation. Hitachi have a keen interest in revolutionising technology through their designs, and are experienced at catering for domestic, commercial and industrial markets.
Hitachi claim to be one of the most environmentally conscious companies in Japan, and have their own company targets to aim towards a sustainable future. As a result, they manufacture air conditioning units with high efficiency, incorporating inverter technology that is designed to help a room reach its ideal temperature quickly and efficiently. Hitachi is also at the cutting edge of filter technologies, and have created Nano-titanium filters to improve odour elimination and particle removal.
Toshiba Air Conditioning
Multinational electronics corporation Toshiba manufacture everything from computers to air conditioning units. Their environmentally-conscious ethos in the manufacture of air conditioning units has granted them 14 environmental awards, and in 2012 the UK branch achieved a carbon neutral status. In addition to their energy efficient focus, they also concentrate on improving ease of installation and reliability of units.
They produce both commercial and domestic units, and manufacture a range of styles and systems, including VRF, split systems, wall mounted, floor mounted and ceiling suspended. Toshiba can also offer bespoke, custom control panels to boost ease of use.
The team at Air Conditioning Services GB are Toshiba T5 Registered installers and can offer a 5 years parts and Labour warranty on all Toshiba systems installed and supplied by us.
Here at Air Conditioning Services GB, our team of technicians have over 40 years of experience installing a huge range of branded air conditioning units for both commercial and domestic clients. As an approved Daikin installation company, we also work with other top air conditioning brands including Fujitsu, Mitsubishi and Hitachi. To preserve your peace of mind, we also offer rapid emergency breakdown cover. For a free site survey and quotation, please get in touch with our team today.