Marstair adds heat-pump splits to its range

Published:  19 June, 2005

Marstair
Energy-efficient heating and cooling is provided by Marstair’s new Eco R410A range.

Marstair has introduced a range of R410A heat-pump air-conditioning systems that complements and diversifies its standard range. The range comprises attractive split systems with aesthetically pleasing and compact indoor unit and matching outdoor heat-pump units.

Four sizes offer cooling duties from 2.6 to 7 kW and heating duties from 2.8 to 7.6 kW. Energy efficiency is said to be up to the A/B category.

Indoor units are designed for mounting high up on the wall and are controlled by an infra-red handset.



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