Cooper&Hunter Launched New Series of Hyper Heat Pump Mini Splits - Dakota
Cooper&Hunter added new series to the current heat pump line-up with single zone applications. The new Dakota series assures consistent warm comfort during extreme climate and the condenser heat output capacity allows the unit to work efficiently as a primary heat source even if the temperature drops to a sub-zero level of -22° F.
NewsJun / 04 / 2018
How Cooper&Hunter is Winning at Highly Competitive US Market?
American traditional AC market has central ducted air conditioning culture with a long history. At the same time there are number of Asian brands, who are actively promoting ductless air conditioning systems in the US.
What Cooper&Hunter is doing to win at this highly competitive market?
COOPER&HUNTER PARTICIPATED AT AHR EXPO 2018
Chicago, IL, Jan. 30, 2018 AHR Expo Booth 2570 – Cooper&Hunter, a globally acclaimed manufacturer of a wide range of HVAC equipment, presented innovations in air conditioning during AHR Expo, the world’s largest HVACR market place.
Testing Heat Pump Systems in a Laboratory
Finnish magazine TM Rakennusmaailma has taken testing of heat pumps from different manufacturers. For magazine issue, with help from natural resource center freezing warehouse in Vihti town, Finland, they tested equipment, which can operate in winter time, from C&H, Panasonic and Daikin. Heat pumps from these manufacturers, in according to existing data, can operate properly even when it’s -13° F(-25°C) degrees below zero.
NewsJul / 14 / 2017
Choosing the right air conditioner and HVAC installer
Have decided to choose a new air conditioner? You may need some advice and help. In the TV video below you’ll see how to receive the professional installation and proper operation of the equipment. C&H advises to trust the professionals only.
NewsMar / 14 / 2017
Cooper&Hunter is preparing for a new season
According to the recent joint survey by ASHRAE Journal and AHR Expo among 1,400 HVAC&R manufacturers worldwide, 27% believed their business would increase by more than 10% this year. 22% of respondents indicated business growth of less than 5%, with 11% saying business activity would remain the same for 2017.