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Space Air extends online promotion for Daikin Inverter split systems

  • 6 Jul 2015

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With flat front panels, Daikin’s Inverter split systems have been designed to compliment any interior.

Using vertical auto swing to move their discharge louvres, the units allow for even air and temperature distribution throughout the room.

Turbo mode allows the room to heat up or cool down rapidly to cater for changing requirements.

Operating with a minimal sound pressure of 21dBA, the systems remove airborne dust particles and household odours with titanium apatite photo-catalytic filters.

The filters work to trap and deactivate harmful organic chemical substances, such as viruses, allergens and bacteria.

The unit can be programmed with an infrared remote control, which boasts a timer function.

All seasons promotion

Space Airconditioning has launched a web-based “all season promotion” for the Daikin Inverter split systems.

With online prices starting at £260, Space Air is encouraging its customers to “beat the heat wave” and take advantage of its offer.

Find out more now

As the largest of Daikin Europe’s independent distributors, Space Air supports the manufacturer by supplying its air conditioning and heat pump ranges, as well as its MCS accredited Heat Pump technologies and products.

Space Airconditioning plc,
Willway Court, 1 Opus Park,
Moorfield Road,
Guildford,
Surrey,
GU1 1SZ

Phone: 0333 0069 755

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