Panasonic unveils new air-conditioners
   Date :12-Mar-2019


Business Bureau,

Panasonic, a leading diversified technology company, today announced a launch of its new range of ‘total solution’ air conditioners - Advance series and Arch series.The new series comprises of features that deliver on Japanese philosophy that stands for comfort, health, beauty and durability. Equipped with advanced technology, the new models provide superior cooling in a natural way and come with extraordinary benefits pertaining to quality air, energy-saving, durability and premium design ensuring enhanced overall  performance. With the aim to provide ‘Quality Air for Life’, the new models also improve the indoor air quality for a healthier and better living.

The new series is available in the range of Rs 39,900 to Rs 53,990 in 3 star and 5 star category across 1, 1.2, 1.5,2 ton variants.  The new range was launched in the presence of Pankaj Mahajan, Branch Manager, Panasonic India. With this new launch, Panasonic is looking at a growth of 15% this year.

The new air-conditioners are designed with Japanese premium technology to provide superior comfort with Twin Cool Inverter, Aerowings, 4-way Airflow, for faster and energy-efficient cooling. It also features Nanoe™ Technology and AG Clean Filter for cleaner air ensuring better health. The range boasts unmatched durability with eco-tough and corrosion-free parts, andadvanced design with minimalist and modern aesthetics to complement your interiors. Speaking at the launch, Pankaj Mahajan, Panasonic India said, “Panasonic has a legacy of 100 years globally and our expertise in air conditioner manufacturing has a rich history of 60 years.”

“We are adept at understanding the evolving needs of our consumers and formulate products that add value to their lives. we are committed to providing a holistic air solution and superior experience. Our new range not only aims at improving indoor air quality, but also promotes better and healthier living among consumers by helping them make informed choices,” he said.