Panasonic celebrates its first plenary session in Bilbao and brings together more than 130 attendees
Panasonic heating and cooling has held its first plenary session in the Basque Country and has presented the most outstanding innovations in air conditioning, such as the new generation of Aquarea heat pumps, which are perfectly adapted to the area.
The event has taken place in the Euskalduna Palace in Bilbao and has brought together more than 130 attendeesamong which professionals and different companies that make up the building sector were represented.
julen allende, Panasonic North Zone Delegate, has been in charge of presenting the most innovative air conditioning systems and the latest reference projects in the area, which incorporate Panasonic technology. Other members of the Panasonic Spain team joined the presentation, including the Director General, marc diaz.
Allende values the meeting very positively and points out: “In this first meeting we have managed to bring together all kinds of actors from the air conditioning sector in Bizkaia and neighboring provinces in this event: architects, engineers, distributors, installers, and even a varied type of companies such as construction companies, developers and energy companies. We want them to see first-hand the Panasonic philosophy and the innovative solutions that we are bringing to the market”.
In plenary, the new generation of the air-to-water heat pump range with the addition of Aquarea K and L, an efficient solution with a low carbon emission. The new Aquarea K uses R32 refrigeration, which makes it an ideal solution for new homes. For its part, Aquarea L generation uses the natural refrigerant R290, which has a global warming potential (GWP) of only 3.
Both models have been redesigned for a higher level of safety and ease of installation. The Aquarea K system connects refrigeratingly between the outdoor and indoor units, while the Aquarea L does so through a hydraulic connection.
The units are especially indicated for applications in which a high temperature is required for the DHW and radiators, especially in renovations, they also stand out for offering intelligent control and supervision of energy consumption.
“In the Basque Country, Rioja or Navarra, areas with high heating consumption with gas and diesel boilers, heat pump technology is gradually gaining ground thanks to its efficiency and the use of renewable energy. In addition, it works perfectly with both underfloor heating and radiators, making the user consume less energy. The range most installed in these areas are Aquarea High Performance and Aquarea T-CAP. As of today, aerothermal energy projects are already being eliminated for buildings with both individualized and centralized heating”, he affirms. julen allende.
Some of the most outstanding and commented projects in the plenary have been; the student residence Livensa – Bilbao (Deusto) or the San Miguel Clinic (Pamplona).
Other outstanding projects in the session have been those related to nanoeX, the technology that purifies the environment. Hotels such as the Arrizul Catedral in Donosti or the Txirene restaurant in Bilbao already use Panasonic air conditioning with nanoeTM X for better indoor air quality. The company’s exclusive nanoe TM X technology inhibits certain viruses and bacteria by up to 99.9%, and is capable of improving indoor air quality while having a certified inhibitory effect on the SARS-CoV coronavirus -two. At the same time, it is a very effective technology against bad odors and allergens.
For more information about Panasonic, please click: