Toshiba hit the road recently for a series of customer events across the UK and Ireland to launch the company’s move to R32 refrigerant for split and multi-split air conditioning systems. The well-attended events attracted several hundred customers from all corners of the country and Ireland.
Coinciding with the World Cup, the roadshow had a football theme, with events staged at Chelsea’s Stamford Bridge in London, Villa Park, Aston Villa’s ground in Birmingham, Old Trafford, home of Manchester United, Ashton Gate, home ...
Toshiba outlined the company’s plans to move to R32 for splits and multi-splits at its recent distributor conference, held at Crew Hall.
The move covers Super Digital Inverter (SDi) and Digital Inverter (Di) units, which will be supplied pre-charged with R32 from June 2018. This lower Global Warming Potential (GWP) refrigerant will replace high GWP R410A, stocks of which will not be replaced.
David Dunn, managing director of sales for Toshiba Air Conditioning, CIAT and Carrier in the UK, said that Toshiba was ...
Toshiba’s R32 roll-out included a briefing for editors of key industry publications, held in London in the run-up to the launch.
Those attending included Neil Everitt, editor of leading online news site Cooling Post, Andrew Gaved, editor in chief of RAC and H&V News, Lynn Sencicle, editor of ACR News, and David Todd, editor of ACR Journal.
David Dunn, TCUK’s managing director of sales, outlined the strategy and presented the findings from a survey carried out among Toshiba customers.
He said UK contractors had ...