Hisense Uganda launches VRF air conditioners

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Hisense Uganda officially launched the new Variable Refrigerant Flow – VRF Air conditioning systems to the Ugandan market.

According to Nasir Ud-din, the AC department head, the introduction of VRF air conditioning technology to Uganda will redefine the air conditioning and ventilation industry in Uganda especially for commercial, industrial and real estate.

Hisense VRF air conditioning systems also incorporate new Hisense AirPure technology that was recently developed to purify the air of any pathogens, by combining unique anti-bacterial and anti-viral air ionizing features with a clearing rate of up to 99%.

Ideally, Hisense VRF is a state-of-the-art technology solution where a single outdoor unit can be connected to multiple indoor units.  Hisense VRF system integrates a highly efficient inverter technology which not only ensures comfort but also significantly reduces energy consumption while also optimizing space efficiency through a centralized controlled smart system and also come with great ease during installation and servicing.

Richard Odokonyero, the AC Design Engineer, further points that the Hisense VRF air conditioners also maintain the beauty of the architectural site and building due to the significant reduction in the number of outdoor units, he further states that the Hisense VRF technology integrates smart sensors that can step up or down to overcome system overloads.

Maureen Kemigisha, the AC Sales Manager, explains that the VRF air conditioning system installation would require a technical survey and assessment to ascertain and systematically analyze building ventilation and consumer needs. The VRF air conditioning units are available in different sizes and capacities depending on the assessment.

 

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