Single Skin Fan Coil Unit (1TR - 5 TR) Fan Coil Unit

The Single Skin Fan Coil Unit is a versatile and efficient cooling system, ranging from 1TR to 5TR capacity. This compact unit combines a fan and coil to deliver reliable cooling for residential and commercial spaces. It offers customizable options, easy installation, and maintenance. With consistent and comfortable cooling, it prioritizes energy efficiency. This unit is ideal for small to medium-sized spaces, offering a compact and flexible cooling choice

Advantages of using Double fan coil units

  • Designers purposefully design single-fan coil units to deliver efficient cooling, which reduces energy consumption and lowers utility costs.
  • These units offer versatile installation options and allow easy integration into different spaces and configurations.
  • Single-fan coil units enable individual temperature control in each room or area, providing personalized comfort and energy savings.
  • Designed for easy maintenance with accessible components and filters that can be cleaned or replaced without hassle.
  • Single-fan coil units offer customizable options to meet specific cooling requirements, allowing for a tailored solution for each space.

Double Fan Coil Unit (DFCU)

The Double Fan Coil Unit (DFCU) is a cooling system equipped with two fans, providing enhanced airflow and cooling capacity. Ideal for larger spaces, the DFCU offers efficient cooling performance, customizable options, and easy maintenance, making it a reliable choice for effective temperature control.

Advantages of using Double fan coil units

  • The low thermal inertia enables rapid adjustment of air temperature to meet immediate requirements.
  • Versatility (heating and cooling) and easy operation
  • Thermal comfort all year round
  • Space saving thanks to small dimensions
  • We can achieve excellent air cleaning and filtering by using ionization filters.
  • Beneficial microclimate for people with allergies
  • Environmentally friendly: Fan coils differ from air conditioners as they employ a water medium rather than freons for air heating and cooling. Freons, which are chemical compounds, contribute to the depletion of the ozone layer when released into the atmosphere