The Victoria Series utilizes innovative inverter technology to guarantee a reliable cooling and heating solution up to 23 SEER. Victoria features a range of Single Zone capacities, including 9K, 12K, 18K, and 24K Btu/h options, and offers one-to-one compatibility with Wall Mounts, Ceiling Cassettes, Universal Floor/Ceiling Types, Mini Floor Consoles, and Slim Ducts.
With condensers ranging from 9K to 42K Btu/h, the Victoria Series offers Single and Multi Zone solutions for a vast range of applications. Single Zone units are matched one-on-one with an indoor unit, while Multi Zones accommodate up to 5 mix-and-matched styles, with choices from Wall Mounts, Ceiling Cassettes, Universal Floor/Ceiling Types, Mini Floor Consoles, and Slim Ducts.
Wall Mounts are the most common option for households, as they take up very little wall space and match any interior with a sleek, modern design. While vertical and horizontal louvers allow flexibility when adjusting the direction of air flow, the air filters are convenient to remove and clean, making it easier to maintain and increase the longevity of the unit.
Ceiling Cassettes offer a convenient solution for offices and businesses, as they can easily fit into a standard ceiling grid, but they can be used for almost any application, as long as enough space exists above the ceiling itself. Ceiling Cassettes provide omni-directional air flow and user-friendly Remote Control operation.
Slim Ducts offer an
inconspicuous solution, hidden in attics and ceiling crawl spaces, without the
energy loss associated with central ducted systems. Slim Ducts provide
flexibility of installation as, for example, the ducts can be directed into
separate areas which are collectively controlled by one wall thermostat
Universal Floor/Ceiling Types offer flexibility in regards to location, as they can be installed horizontally on a ceiling or vertically on a wall. Both Remote Control and Wall Thermostat options are available for this model type.
Mini Floor Consoles are most popular in colder climates as, during winter seasons, dual air discharge locations provide heated air at ground level, which naturally rises to fill the room. They are also a great option for attics, which often do not have the wall or ceiling space for other indoor types.