Panasonic to Exhibit at CIBSE Build2Perform

Panasonic are excited to announce they will be exhibiting at the CIBSE Build2Perform event this year at London Olympia on 26th and 27th of November 2019, stand 226. For the second consecutive year, Panasonic will be demonstrating their latest product innovations and sharing their vast technical knowledge with building services professionals.

James Chaplen, Specification Sales Manager for Panasonic, commented: “This event is a great opportunity to show off our wide range of HVAC&R products to building professionals. We are delighted to be part of the show for the second consecutive year and eager to display our latest innovations. CIBSE Build2Perform is all about making connections and sharing ideas and gives the team a chance listen to what industry experts are saying.”

On display during CIBSE Build2Perform 2019, Panasonic will be showcasing their latest range of highly efficient VRF, GHP and Aquarea Heat Pump ranges, in addition to introducing the new Panasonic ECOi-W Heat Pump Chiller series.

The Panasonic ECOi-W Heat Pump Chiller series will be available from October 2019 in the UK. This highly efficient and environmentally friendly new Heat Pump Chiller series is aimed at commercial, hotel and industry installations and features innovative air source reversible chiller technology. The ECOi-W is fully customisable and can be made-to-order to create bespoke solutions for specific projects (including the light commercial sector) to fully meet customer demands and requirements. This is additionally enriched by utilising the Panasonics’ Smart Cloud interface, for convenient remote control and maintenance.

Furthermore, Panasonic will be launching their new ProHT DHW tanks. The new tanks, can produce DHW via a direct DX heat exchanger within the tank, reducing operating costs and energy usage. This solution is an ideal cost-saving solution for large commercial applications, such as hotels.

The ProHT tank range is treated with internal and external metal surface pickling to remove impurities such as stains, inorganic contaminants, rust or scale from ferrous metals, copper, precious metals and aluminium alloys to avoid corrosion for the entire lifetime of the tank.

Free to visit, CIBSE Build2Perform features manufacturers and suppliers from the building services engineering sector who will be showcasing their latest products and innovations to visitors to help improve energy efficiency and save money through effective building services.

Technical experts from Panasonic will be available on both days of the show, providing in-depth industry knowledge and helpful information for building professionals and the wider supply chain.

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