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Smith Brothers A-C Engineers Guide

Smith Brothers has introduce the SBS Air Con & Ancillary Engineers Guide, a one-stop shop for air conditioning engineers that contains information on stocked Daikin R32 units along with all associated ancillary products and fittings.

Regarded by many as a leader in the air conditioning field, Daikin’s extensive product portfolio is renowned for its efficiency and reliability, having been designed to suit all HVAC applications.

Armed with a vast amount of stock and its own Daikin product managers, Smith Brothers has all the means to offer a complete service with expert levels of product knowledge. In addition to the guide, in-house personnel are on hand to provide essential technical support to assist with both design and system layout.

The guide contains essential technical information on the R32 Split and SkyAir range, including:

Unit dimensions

Pipe size requirements

Core/Cable sizes

Efficiency ratings

Cooling Outputs

Indoor/Outdoor part numbers

Fault Code details

You will also find the complete Smith Brothers' range of associated ancillaries and fittings, sourced from the industry’s leading suppliers such as: Armacell, Aspen, Javac, Lawton, Advanced, Climalife, Rothenberger, Pump House and Strutfoot to name only a few.

Other information includes the branch locations and contact details along with the corresponding SBS product codes. The literature really has been designed with the customer in mind and is a must have companion for all air conditioning engineers.

3 July 2020


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