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daikin or mitsubishi

..would you spend tech training money on daikin or mits. VRF's and  air-to-water heat pump systems


  • TechmanTechman Posts: 2,082Member ✭✭✭

    ,Dude BOTH !
  • JackJack Posts: 797Member ✭✭✭
    And while you are at it

    I'd suggest you look at for their training schedule n your area. They are the three top brands. Learn all you can from as many as you can. Then decide!
  • TonySTonyS Posts: 840Member ✭✭
    I thought Daiken was

    the only one.

    Mitsubishi and Fujitsu are both making them now. Thanks for the links.

    Is anyone one else making air to water HP besides these three.
  • Robert O'BrienRobert O'Brien Posts: 2,433Member ✭✭✭

    I hope they put more effort into the units than they did the translation!
  • TonySTonyS Posts: 840Member ✭✭
    Thats funny

    It must be very difficult to translate technical things from chinese to english.

    The Japanese are good at it, they have the stuff made in china and they take care of the marketing and translation.
  • TonySTonyS Posts: 840Member ✭✭
    LG also has one

    LG Therma V
  • GregGreg Posts: 21Member

  • Eugene SilbersteinEugene Silberstein Posts: 349Member ✭✭
    All of Them!

    Get as much training as possible. You will want to be prepared to service as many different equipment lines as possible.

    Unfortunately,it is becoming more and more difficult to arrive on a service job cold, without knowing what type of equipment you are dealing with and who made it.

    Manufacturers each have their own guidelines for when and when not to gauge up and how to install their equipment.

    Specialized refrigerant circuit fittings (Daikin's REFNETS, for example) have very specific installation guidelines that must be followed in order for the equipment to operate as intended.

    In addition, for come manufacturer's equipment, gaining access to certain codes and their meanings are not available unless you know the "secret handshake".

    Training is key.... Get as much as possible!
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