INVENTOR OF THE INVERTER
Toshiba Inverter Air Conditioning encompasses a comprehensive range to suit residential and commercial applications. Toshiba Inverter Air Conditioningsystems provide excellent energy efficiency, are reliable, and run on R410a non-ozone depleting refrigerant.
When Toshiba Invented the Inverter technology in 1981, Toshiba has continued to maintain a comfortable technological advantage over many competitors . The development of the and new exclusive to Toshiba DC Hybrid Inverter system has reaffirmed this capability to innovate and maintain the technology advantage on what is a rapidly growing air conditioning market.
DC Hybrid Inverter quickly achieves and maintains room temperature
High energy savings due to accurate digital controls
Exceptional reliability and operation due to elimination of compressor ON/OFF cycle
Twin rotary compressor ensures smooth linear rotation of the compressor for quite running
The Toshiba range of products includes a wide choice of units that operate on the R-410A refrigerant. R-410A is a non-ozone depleting refrigerant that meets the strict requirements of the Montreal Protocol. This protocol required a move away from ozone depleting refrigerants to those, which have a Zero Ozone Depletion Potential, or ODP as it is referred to within the Air Conditioning industry.
R-410A is a higher efficiency refrigerant than others on the market. In fact, R-410A is up to 12% more efficient than R-407C, and up to 16% more efficient than Freon R-22.