DUBAI, UAE, 3 January 2022: Carrier Middle East said it inspired confidence in more than 50 leading heating and air conditioning consultants and engineers during a Technology for the Future forum, where it outlined its latest HVAC solutions backed by digital controls and servicing.
Making the announcement through a Press release, Carrier highlighted how it discussed its split systems and variable refrigerant flow (VRF) technology for residential and small commercial buildings designed for reliable performance in the Middle East’s harsh climatic conditions.
The company said it also showcased the latest innovations in its water-cooled centrifugal chillers for large buildings and facilities – including the newly launched AquaEdge 19MV with its oil-free magnetic bearings – which it described as designed to make buildings better by allowing optimisation of HVAC systems, building operation and data.
“We are happy to introduce new technologies that cater to the specific needs of Middle East,” said Sathya Moorthi, Managing Director, Carrier Middle East. “This underscores our commitment to continuous innovation by meeting the changing demands of our customers for all types of residential and commercial applications. With the launch of state-of-the-art products, we unlock incremental value for our customers, aligned to their evolving needs in various verticals. These new technology platforms provide solutions that deliver a strong return on investment for customers.”
Carrier also showcased its BluEdge service platform, which it described as providing customers real-time monitoring, diagnostic alerts and data analysis to help minimise losses from downtime caused by unknown failures.
With the technology discussion on smart controls and healthy buildings, consultants were able to see ways to balance the growing need for efficiency with the consistent demand for comfort and indoor air quality (IAQ), the company said, adding that it provided information on how to transform offices and other commercial environments into tools that drive energy efficiency, human health and worker productivity with the OptiClean air scrubber and negative air machine.
Salman Zebian, General Manager, UTS Carrier, said: “The current pandemic posted various challenges, and as modern challenges requiring modern solutions, Carrier has been working aggressively on introducing energy-efficient cooling and heating technologies along with our healthy building solutions to improve Indoor Air Quality. The Technology for the Future road show is a forum for our valued customers to know about the latest of product technology backed by smart controls and an excellent after sales support.”