Air conditioner manufacturing companies Toshiba and Carrier welcomes capping of air conditioner at 24 degree
Kashif Hasnain (Photo/Video) By Lokesh Goswami Ten News Delhi :
New Delhi: International air conditioner manufacturing companies Toshiba and Carrier, welcomed the move of Indian government of capping minimum 24 degree of the AC from current 16 degree in a bid to reduce the carbon emission.
Managing director of the Toshiba and Carrier India, Arun Bhatia said, “Indeed, it is a good move to protect our environment and government is on right track.”
He told Ten News while talking on the sidelines of the launching of Carrier and Toshiba brands latest air conditioners.
On question of how you, as a seller will convince the customer that 24 degree is the right temperature instead of 16? He replied, “As per the several research 24 & 25 degree is the ideal temperature for the human body and running air conditioner on such a temperature will save a lot of money. We will create awareness among the buyers.”
Carrier and Toshiba today launched the energy efficient and innovative air conditioning solutions including the Toshiba Inverter Hi-Wall India’s most energy efficient 1.5 ton hi-wall unit.
Carrier and Toshiba deliver on their commitment to provide high-efficiency products to customers with the introduction of India’s most energy efficient hi-wall unit with 15 ton capacity, which has an ISEER of 5.6.1 This hi-wall air conditioner reduces energy consumption by nearly 40 percent, as compared to a 3-star fixed speed air conditioner, and can save up to Rs. 50,000 over a period of five years.
Arun Bhatia, Managing Director, Commercial HVAC, UTC Climate, Controls 8 Security, India, said, “India is a strategic geography for us and given the evolving needs of our valued customers in the region, we are committed to delivering best-in-class products. With these new air conditioners, we are able to provide our customers highly energy-efficient products and solutions.”