Worcester Bosch has launched its new Climate 3000i air conditioning unit, which can provide both cooling and heating.
The Climate 3000i has been developed to keep homeowners comfortable no matter the weather. Built-in WiFi connectivity and a remote control means users can switch their heating or cooling on remotely through the Bosch app.
Key features include a Wind Avoid Me mode that adjusts the air flow direction away from the user to prevent a direct breeze, as well as a Follow Me mode that activates a sensor in the remote, regulating the room temperature based on where the homeowner is sitting, rather than the indoor unit.
An Eco mode reduces power consumption to 20 per cent for eight hours to save energy, while the i-Clean feature, when switched on, kills 99 per cent of bacteria on the evaporator and prevents it being spread around the home.
Martyn Bridges, director of technical communication & product management at Worcester Bosch, says: “Although many know us as a boiler manufacturer, we also offer a full suite of heating and cooling technologies, including heat pumps and air conditioning units. The Climate 3000i has been developed to increase our offering to our engineers, giving them more sophisticated and high-tech options for their own customers.”
Joel Guy from Green Heating & Renewables was one of the first engineers to install a Climate 3000i. He says: “These air conditioning units are incredibly easy to fit and offer great benefits to customers. I would definitely recommend branching out.”