Carrier boosts ductless HVAC system efficiency
Ductless mini split HVAC systems are among the most energy efficient options on the market, and Carrier's new line offers some of the top performing units available.
As the use of ductless mini splits grows in the U.S. market, more homeowners and building professionals are understanding the value of systems that move only refrigerant and don't rely on air blowing through duct systems.
The new Infinity Series is Carrier’s most advanced ductless system, offering consumers superior heating and cooling technology in a variety of models and styles. It features a Seasonal Energy Efficiency Ratio (SEER) 30.5 rating and is capable of cooling in outdoor temperatures up to 130 degrees and heating at minus 22 degrees. It also comes in white and gray finish options and has Wi-Fi controls.
At the Air Conditioning, Heating and Refrigeration Expo, Meredith Emmerich, general manger, ductless and VRF systems for Carrier, discussed some of the latest developments in ductless system.
In addition to the new ductless Infinity Series, Carrier also has upgraded its existing Performance, Comfort and Toshiba Carrier series single- and multi-zone ductless systems for residential and light commercial uses. The Performance Series was expanded to include cassette, ducted and console units for installation flexibility and aesthetic appeal.
“Carrier recognizes the value of continually investing in products and technology. This new line of ductless systems represents our commitment to providing consumers with an efficient and dependable line of heating and cooling products,” Emmerich said.
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