30 June 2009

Sanyo launches installer scheme for its ECO C02 heatpump

SANYO has introduced an approved installer scheme for its ECO C02 high efficiency heat pump-based heating system.
Sanyo launches installer scheme for its ECO C02 heatpump
To qualify under the scheme, engineers must attend a one-day course on the theory and design aspects of installing carbon dioxide-based heat pump systems. Engineers will use ECO C02 demonstration systems.

Upon successful completion of the course, companies become approved installers and can use the new approved installer logo on vehicles, promotional materials, stationery and websites.

The course is now being offered at centres around the UK, including at Sanyo headquarters in Whyteleafe, South London, Oceanair Distribution in Bristol and Easy Air in Birmingham. More training facilities are being developed in the North of England.

For more details contact Sanyo on 0845 612 6364.

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