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Training Update

Thursday, February 25th, 2016

High demand leads to additional training days

We have updated our training schedule (brochure found here) due to an increase in training demand this year.

With the introduction of the new Toshiba Warranty in 2016 and the ease in which contractors can benefit from a 7 year warranty, we have added additional dates and venues.  The updated schedule can be found within the training brochure found in the link above.

As a reminder, training with Cool Designs is free of charge with refreshments provided on the day.  They are held at our hands on Glasgow, Sunderland and Warrington offices and can also be held at the Toshiba offices in Leatherhead (for Toshiba training) and Fujitsu offices (for Fujitsu training).

Fujitsu add 10kW Wall Mount

Tuesday, February 2nd, 2016

Fujitsu are proud to announce the arrival and immediate availability of a new nominal 10kW wall mounted split system – ASYG36LMTA / AOYG36LMTA. This new system sits above the current ASYG24LF (7kW) and ASYG30LF (8kW) systems with a nominal cooling / heating capacity of 9.4 / 10.1kW respectively.

Fujitsu 10kW Wall Mount

Fujitsu 10kW Wall Mount

Features of the new system
– Compact indoor unit dimensions 340 x 1,150 x 280mm (H x W x D) weight 18kg.
– Compact single fan outdoor unit 830 x 900 x 330mm (H x W x D) weight 61kg.
– Low ambient cooling and heating operation down to -15°c.
– Wireless remote control with 7 day timer as standard.
– Human sensor for additional energy savings – can be disabled.
– 10°c Heat function.
– 50m pipe run.
– Optional wired remote controllers (2-wire Touch Screen, 2-wire LCD, 3-Wire LCD High Grade & Simple – accessory communication kit required for connection).
– Server Room control function with optional Run and Standby control facility for control of two systems when installed in the same room (wireless remote control only). This is a special server room function setting on the wireless remote and additional parts (UTY-XWNX 3-wire connector) are required for connecting the two indoor units together to operate as run / standby.
– Sensible cooling capacity @23°cdb/16°cwb room and 30°c ambient = 6.63kW

Time to think about Air Conditioning Training

Monday, September 22nd, 2014

CDL launches air conditioning training blitz to get installers and end users up-to-speed

 Air Conditioning Training

Following the success of our online video-based training, we’re launching a comprehensive programme of classroom-based courses for air conditioning engineers, consultants and end users.

We believe a combination of practical, hands-on courses supported by a library of professional online videos is the most powerful way of training the next generation and ensuring existing installers are up-to-speed with the latest technology.

We are rolling-out a full programme of training at three locations across the UK – Glasgow, Sunderland and Warrington. We will also run courses at Toshiba’s air conditioning training centre in Leatherhead, Surrey.

Practical and theoretical courses will cover everything from designing and commissioning advanced heat recovery VRF systems, to fault diagnosis, F-Gas compliance and system optimisation.

It will also include training in the installation and use of Toshiba’s total refrigerant management and protection system, designed to provide complete reassurance for end users. The system has recently been adopted by a global hotel chain, and is being being rolled out across its estate.

Darrel Birkett, managing director of CDL, says: “Rapid developments in air conditioning technology, particularly in the area of control and monitoring, require constant refreshers to ensure installers and designers remain up-to-speed.

“It is not enough to go on an ‘air conditioning course’ once and expect to be equipped for life, as may have happened in the past. We believe training needs to be life-long, so that people understand how to apply the advanced features of today’s systems as they are introduced, in order to operate them safely and efficiently.”

He added: “The combination of hands-on classroom training using working equipment, backed by permanently accessible online instructional videos, provides a compelling package. Videos can be accessed by engineers at any time, at the point of need via a smart-phone; we know from feedback that installers use them as a real-time reference for problem solving, rather than wading through conventional manuals.”

We offer all training courses without charge to installers signing up for Toshiba’s Additions scheme or Fujitsu’s Comfort Club.

For more details, or to request a full list of courses, please contact CDL on Tel 0191 549 6964, or email sales@cooldesignsltd.co.uk