CLIMATEAIR (NZ) Ltd - Products

By: Climate Air New Zealand  06-Dec-2011
Keywords: Heating, Heat Pump

6 great reasons to use us for your heating and cooling solutions..

  1. Our Staff are so skilled that within one day we will install your heat pump fully commissioned
  2. Our company has the full range of Fujitsu inverter heat pumps (fully ducted, hi-wall splits, compact series, large series, Nocria ceiling & wall, floor & ceiling mounted consoles) one of the best quality brands on the market
  3. We are cost effective and come in on budget. Finance can be arranged
  4. We are endorsed as expert installers by FUJITSU so that we can offer a special 6 Years Parts & Labour Warranty.
  5. We will try to fit your heat pump WHERE YOU WANT IT and where it will work best – NOT force you to go wall to wall for ease of installation (subject ot house conditions)
  6. We size the heat pump to suit the correct load, not undersized or cheap just to get your business

For an obligation-free quote contact us today

Choose the type that suits you best

Ducted Systems

A large split system that heats multiple areas of your home.

The compressor unit usually is situated outside. The warm (or cool) air is distributed via insulated ducting connected to the indoor unit.

Ducting is the ultimate invisible solution for year-round comfort.

Split Systems

These units are discreet in apprearance and operation. The outdoor unit contains the compressor, and the indoor unit simply has a whisper quiet fan to circulate the warm or cold air as required.

Choose the indoor type and model that suites you best as follows:

Hi-Wall Split

The most popular model. Part of the unit is installed outside to allow the slim, elegant and whisper-quiet indoor unit to be mounted unobtrusively on a wall.

You will find advanced technology built into this unit, including remote control, reverse cycle, sleep and digital timer and moisture control.

Compact Cassette

The most discreet option, with only the grille showing in the ceiling. The compact cassettes provide heating and cooling ina range of capacities. Latest fan technology distributes conditioning air through 2, 3 or 4 sides, with adjustable directional louvres ideal for large rooms.

Wall-mounted Multi

Just one outdoor unit can power up to four indoor units. The highly efficient, quiet way to air condition up to 4 different areas.

Environmentally friendly, with inverter technology and scroll compressors.

VRF J Series

If you really want the ultimate in home heating and cooling, Fujitsu have a multi-system that allows you to choose a different temperature in every room.

Imagine heating your living room to one temperature, your bedroom to another, at the same time as cooling your kitchen and wine cellar!

Ask us about the Fujitsu 'Airstage' VRF system.

How a heat pumps work:

Heat pumps simply transfer free heat (not air) from one place to naother, just like your refrigerator does.

The heat that rises from the back of your fridge is coming from inside. An evaporator coil extracts warmth from the air inside, and transfers it out into your kitchen through the conenser coil in the back.

Heat pumps work in the same way. Two coils, one inside your home, and one outside are linked to draw warmth from the outside air (even on a cold NZ winter's night) and transfer it into your home.

Calculate your rooms heating needs

When choosing a heat pump and indoor units, consider the size of each room you plan to include in your new heating and cooling system.

Size is important because indoor units have different capacities, measures in watts (W). More watts means more power and the ability to heat a larger room.

Adjust your assessment depending on whether or not each room is insulated, as the presence of insulation reduces the amount of heating and cooling power you need.

It is also worth considering any windows in your home. If you have plenty of west-facing windows you'll likely get plenty of late afternoon sun in summer. The heat that lingering sunshine creates will mean you need more powerful cooling equipment than would be the case if your home faces east.

Energy saving tips for your heat pump:

Importantly, check the energy star ratings of the unit you intend to buy. You can save up to 44 per cent on running costs by simply choosing a 5.5 star energy rated heat pump instead of a 3.5 start energy rated heat pump.

Energy Efficiency – choose an Accredited Heat Pump Installer who can also advise you on the running of the heat pump. A cheaper unit may cost you more in the long run. CLIMATEAIR (NZ) Ltd can give you professional advice on your heat pump selection, for the best heating and cooling system to meet your needs.

In Home Consultations – an Accredited Installer also understands your heating needs. For the best advice, have an expert visit and assess your requirements - choosing the right sized unit for your home is one of the best ways to save energy and money.

Best Operating Efficiency – once an Accredited Installer has installed your unit, the most efficient settings are 20-22 degrees Celcius if you want to take advantage of your heat pump in summer. Also make sure that your doors and windows are closed before you switch on your unit and switch it off if you go out for an hour or more.

Keywords: Heat Pump, Heating

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