By: The Mobile Indian network, The Mobile Indian, New Delhi
Last updated : May 12, 2017 5:29 pm
The 3 Star ACs comes with built-in TueAer technology which the company claims will deliver more eco-friendly performance in the name of energy savings.
The Europe-based consumer electronics company, Truvison has today launched its new ZED series of Air Conditioners in India. The two models named - TWSC141U-AC (1.0 Ton) & TWSC201U–A.C (1.5 Ton) priced at Rs 25,990 and Rs 30,990. Note, that these ACs will be available in retail stores across the south and west regions in India. The 3 Star ACs comes with built-in TueAer technology which the company claims will deliver more eco-friendly performance in the name of energy savings.
Apart from this, both the models come with the Gold Fin feature technology which is designed with an anti-corrosive golden coating to survive the effects of salty air, rain and other corrosive elements by allowing contaminated water on the coil to run off more quickly, thus reducing the corrosive effect to the coil. Truvison claims that the layers are 100% clean and non-toxic which will, in turn, help the AC last long.
For better heat exchange, these new ACs from Truvison comes with 4-way air flow in all directions. Moreover, they also come with de-humidification and polysynthetic drying curtain to neutralise the different weather changes. We also get a control panel which has a self-diagnostic function for heating, ventilation, and air conditioning system. Apart from this, there is also a custom-made LED display on the AC with ON/Off timer and Auto Restart function to save up on energy.
On the inside, both the models are made of 100 percent copper for better durability, hence, saving on repairing and maintenance cost. Lastly, both the ACs come with one year warranty for the AC body and 5-year warranty for the compressor.
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