Re-Engineered Ductless Product Lines Increase Installation Efficiencies

As an all-season HVAC solution, ductless systems are popular for conditioning air faster, maintaining accurate temperatures and reducing energy costs. Now, Friedrich Air Conditioning Co. has made installation and servicing residential and commercial ductless systems more efficient.

Friedrich FastPro resolves pain points for the trades when it comes to ductless system installation and maintenance.
Friedrich FastPro resolves pain points for the trades when it comes to ductless system installation and maintenance.

Its re-engineered Floating Air Pro and Floating Air Premier ductless solutions featuring FastPro are designed with the HVAC contractor and installer in mind. Friedrich FastPro makes ductless installation and maintenance simpler, opening up new business opportunities for the trade and decreasing the time needed to install ductless systems and perform maintenance by as much as 50 percent. It also reduces hassles, allowing contractors and installers to offer ongoing service and maintenance plans.

Friedrich FastPro reduces complications by allowing the interior unit’s blower wheel and drain pan module to be removed and re-installed as one component versus having to perform multiple steps. Given that ductless systems can be configured with multiple indoor units, this is a time-saver that also decreases the chance of mistakes or missed steps. It also helps ensure customer satisfaction.

For both the trades and ductless customers, maintenance is key to ensuring ductless system equipment operates at peak performance. Removing dust, dirt and mold from the blower wheel, drain pan and vanes can prevent it from circulating into the room and maximize ductless efficiencies. Friedrich recommends scheduled maintenance at least every six months and more frequently in areas where equipment is running day in and day out.

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