Hisense launches ducted split range with top-discharge condensers
DUBAI, UAE, 3 October 2019: Hisense on September 30 launched a new range of ducted split 1:1 with top-discharge condenser units for T3 conditions for the UAE market. The launch happened during the 3rd edition of The Client Consultant Contractor Conference, organised by CPI Industry.
Speaking on the occasion, Moan Abraham, Vice President & GM (Middle East & Africa), Hisense Middle East, said the condenser units feature high-efficiency scroll compressors, which run on R-410a. In addition, he said, the units feature high-performance heat exchangers and score high on reliability, with the ability to operate in temperatures up to 55 degrees C.
Abraham said that Hisense’s residential ducted splits are designed and manufactured to meet the requirements of homes, offices, hotels and residential apartments. The ducted splits with the top-discharge condensing units, he added, are available in four different models, starting from 2.5 tonnes of refrigeration (TR) to 5 TR at nominal AHRI condition, which make them ideally suited in terms of a small footprint, overall space saving and a pleasant exterior appearance.
The ducted splits, Abraham said, are designed and rated in accordance with ESMA, ESTIDAMA and MEW regulations. The units, he added, are suitable for operating in a wide range of ambient temperatures in cooling mode, starting from 55 degrees F (13 degrees C) up to a maximum of 131 degrees F (55 degrees C).
The condensing units, Abraham said, are provided with fully hermetic scroll-type compressors, designed for high efficiency and provided with advanced controls and safety devices. All compressors, Abraham said, are provided with crankcase heaters, which warm the oil and protect against the possibility of migration of refrigerant into the compressor during off cycle. HP and LP controls are provided for the safe operation of the compressor, Abraham said, adding that the specific design of the condensing unit is suitable for high-rise building installation, with a vertical lift of up to 35 metres.