Cool for school
More private schools and institutions of higher learning have been putting air-conditioning units in their classrooms in the last decade. A no-brainer given given the hotter temperatures and more congested urban environments. But do you know that classroom temperatures impact greatly on a student’s performance in school? For school and university buildings, the Toshiba super modular multi-system evolution (SMMS-e) seems just what the doctor ordered. The SMMS-e features a diamond-like carbon (DLC) coated 2-stage vane, a wide range compressor, slim heat exchanger, a dual split heat exchanger, and four-way heat exchanger, which result in greater energy efficiency and performance. “Schools can rely on the SMMS-e as it features an intelligent variable refrigerant flow (VRF) control that automatically adjusts the room temperature,” said Rajan Komarasu, group director of Concepcion Building and Industrial Solutions.