Calorex Pool Heat Pumps

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Swimming Pool Heat Pumps

A Calorex heat pump is the most economical and most environmentally friendly method of dynamically heating an outdoor swimming pool. For every unit of energy consumed the total heat recovered can be up to five units, even on a cloudy day.

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Fujitsu Air Conditioners

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Whether at work or relaxing at home, air conditioning can make a big difference to your environment: getting the best out of the working day and enjoying to the full your home environment. And Fujitsu offers more choice than ever with floor standing, wall, ceiling or window-mounted, ceiling cassette, or discreet ducted split air conditioning systems that neatly fit in a ceiling or wall void. Engineering is at its highest level of reliability, on-board computer technology has enhanced performance output, and Fujitsu General leads the way in finished product design.

In the workplace, air conditioning is no longer considered a luxury. Instead employers can see the real benefits of maintaining a comfortable working environment through increased production. Research has shown that as the office or factory temperature rises, so staff performance falls. And many more homeowners now consider air conditioning as important as their home heating system. Which, when you think about it, makes sense.

Split air conditioning systems are particularly beneficial as the condenser (housing the motor, etc) is installed outside the building, ensuring quiet operation inside. A remotely wired or hand-held controller provides flexible operation relating to time programmes, room temperatures and more. Add heat pump technology and your split air conditioner can now supply heating as well as cooling to the room, often providing an economical alternative to central heating systems.

The best in air conditioning is Fujitsu.

About Acair

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ACAIR
Air Conditioning, Heating & Pool Heating for
the Costa del Sol & Southern Spain

ACAIR is the Zabell family business, a family that has been in Spain since February 1967. The father, Gerald, has been in the heating-air conditioning business on the Costa del Sol since 1974. In 1986 he and his son Tim, who is Cities & Guilds qualified in HVAC (Heating, Ventilation & Air Conditioning) specialising in refrigeration, founded ACAIR, now the longest-established foreign-owned air conditioning company on the Coast.

Over the years they have handled some thousands of installations, the vast majority of them in private homes although some large projects have also been handled, such as air conditioning several banks, a residential-shopping centre and hotels as well as heating pools in some large residential complexes.

Many private clients have become close personal friends and others have returned for further installations when they have moved house or enlarged their existing homes. The company covers the area from Salobreña on the Granada province coastline through the whole Málaga coast and some 60 kilometres inland, westwards to Sotogrande and the Algeciras Bay area in Cádiz province, although some large installations have taken them as far as Carboneras in Almeria and close to the city of Cádiz.