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Topic # 229006 2-Feb-2018 22:21
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Evening all

 

Having previously read a couple of heat pump threads on here, a couple of people working within the industry having said they were worth considering.

 

We are looking at a 7kw cooling / 8kw heating unit, which is Toshiba currently have two models..  PKVG24 and N3KV24.

 

Both are basically the same price.  The N3Kv24 seems to be the more common unit - older model.

 

Keen to hear from anyone in to the know as to recommendations between these two units, or if i'm overlooking something by looking to use a Toshiba unit, over say a Fujitsu Unit.

 

Cheers

 

 


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  Reply # 1951001 3-Feb-2018 06:37
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Can you ask your installer? What are the differences between the units in terms of capacity, warranty, inside and outside volume, remote control functions like day / week timer, louvers so it can send air up / down / left / right, WiFi, etc.





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  Reply # 1951047 3-Feb-2018 10:25
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Heya

 

The installer was all for the new model...  I'm still a little concerned about Toshiba in general...  paranoid maybe :) 

 

The Toshibas wont have a huge range of features; but we use other methods of automation, and I can interface them to the unit to obtain what I need too.

 

Cheers

 

 


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  Reply # 1951073 3-Feb-2018 11:55
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I have toshiba heat pumps. I have no complaints.


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