Air conditioning types.
Wall mounted type.
Most popular compact and affordable type of unit. Designed to be installed on a wall at high level. Available from various manufactures in many different sizes and styles.
Prices from £850
Floor standing type.
This type of unit can stand directly on the floor or can be mounted on the wall at low level.
Prices from £1000
This type of air conditioner fits into the ceiling void leaving only the fascia panel visible. It discharges air in four direction which provides effective distribution.
Prices from £1200
Air conditioning brands.
Daikin Industries is one of the largest manufacturers of air conditioning and heat pump equipment in the world and a major manufacturer of chemicals including refrigerants. Daikin is the only corporation in the world that manufactures both air conditioning equipment and refrigerants, placing the company in a unique position to apply international directives and anticipate refrigerant market trends. Daikin was established in 1924 in Japan and is a major player in the global air conditioning manufacturing industry, constantly at the forefront of energy efficient and environmentally friendly air conditioning equipment innovation.
Fujitsu General Air Conditioning offers more choice than ever with floor standing, wall, ceiling or window-mounted, ceiling cassette, or discreet ducted split air conditioning systems that neatly fit in a ceiling or wall void. Engineering is at its highest level of reliability, on-board computer technology has enhanced performance output, and Fujitsu General leads the way in finished product design at a highly competitive price. www.fujitsu.com
Mitsubishi Electric is a world leader in air-conditioning systems for residential, commercial and industrial use. Founded in 1921, Mitsubishi Electric initially launched an electric fan. It became an instant success and a little over 10 years later the company started making coolers. The challenge of creating air-conditioning systems suitable to Japan’s wide-ranging climate conditions led Mitsubishi Electric to the development of amazingly sophisticated yet rugged machines and systems that can take the punishment of constant use in virtually any environment. This premium manufacturer continues to innovate quietly, energy-efficiently and with minimum negative impact on the environment.
As a world leader in electronics, Toshiba is committed to delivering the highest standards of quality and innovation in all of the industries in which the company is a major player. These principles apply to the air conditioning division for which Toshiba continues to develop market leading products suitable for residential and commercial applications. Toshiba has a passion for innovation and constantly works to ensure that its air conditioners help protect the environment while delivering reassurance and reliability to users around the world. All Toshiba systems are designed with emphasis on energy efficiency, reliability, aesthetics and ease of use. www.toshiba.co.uk