CHICAGO — At a press conference on Monday at the AHR Expo, Meredith Emmerich, general manager, ductless and VRF systems, Carrier, announced the company’s expansion in the ductless business.
Emmerich said she was “tasked to bolster Carrier’s ductless team,” which is co-located in Kennesaw, Georgia, with Automated Logic and AdvanTE³C.
The company put together a technical support team across the country. A commercial and residential sales team was established across the country as well.
The company offers a Carrier and Bryant multi-tiered ductless product offering for residential and light commercial applications, from 15 to 30.5 SEER, including multi-zone systems.
The units provide heating performance down to -22°F and cooling performance up to 130°.
The Carrier lineup includes the Comfort Series, Performance Series, Infinity Series, and Toshiba Series.
The Bryant lineup includes the Legacy Line, Preferred Series, and Evolution System.
The company is launching a 1:1 high heating capacity system in 2015. And multi-zone is now available in two offerings.