Nippon PMAC has launched 4-pipe system climate control technology for existing 2-pipe installations with no structural alteration required.
The system, known as PAFMAC, provides hotel rooms with individual climate control so that hotels can provide a better guest experience while increasing their own profit margins.
“We were really surprised at how well the system works and how easy it was to install,” said Zack Zahran, general manager of the Kitano Hotel in New York’s Murray Hill section.
“The comfort of our guests is always paramount and the ability for each room to control its own heating and cooling is a significant upgrade on the quality of service we provide.”
The PAFMAC by PMAC is claimed to be the fastest, simplest way to bring high-level functionality and significant cost savings to any hotel with a 2-pipe system looking for an upgrade.
“If you currently operate with a 2-pipe system, you are losing guests and hence money,” said Hiroyuki Higuchi, president of PMAC.
“The PAFMAC delivers the individual climate control comfort of a 4-pipe system with minimum installation costs, little construction, and minimal downtime.”
In addition, the system is designed to save the property owner a substantial amount of money by avoiding shutting down the property during the installation process and utilizing the existing infrastructure.
Content for the European Spotlight is provided courtesy of Refrigeration and Air Conditioning Magazine, London. For more information, visit www.racplus.com.
Publication date: 10/19/2015