– Hitachi Cooling & Heating HVAC solutions for Hotel Industry
– Solutions for Hotels
The hotel industry now faces unique challenges related to HVAC systems:
- Finding and meeting the needs of new types of customers
- Lower staffing levels, higher energy prices & tougher sustainability goals
- Optimize indoor air quality (IAQ)
View Hitachi Hotel solution video and discover how we can help you.
Whether a new build or a refurb project, hotels can reduce energy costs, simplify maintenance and meet sustainability goals with greater automation and efficiency built into our products.
With Hitachi’s 3R framework – right temperature, right feeling, and right purity – hotels can create safe, sustainable, comfortable and relaxing spaces for guests, controlling exactly how spaces feel through smart air management with advanced technology.
We have deep industry expertise and end-to-end capabilities that make us a trusted partner for hotel industry leaders.
Resuming business post-pandemic while also investing in future growth is a common requirement in today’s hospitality industry.
Hitachi VRF systems have multiple advantages:
-Reduce future energy bills through both designed-in efficiency
-Great flexibility for Hotels. VRF equipment is compact compared to conventional ‘packaged’ HVAC units and can also be installed with pipes rather than ducts, saving ceiling plenum space
-Efficient and intelligent management
-Reduce power consumption and maintenance costs
Many hotels are looking to re-design spaces to attract guests.PRIMAIRY are 1:1 split units that can be used when installation of multi-room VRF pipework or ducts is not possible or unnecessary: isolated spaces, independently operated areas of hotels, or refurb and retrofits which may be changing the use of a space post-pandemic.
PRIMAIRY has lower up-front investment than a VRF system but can still deliver operational energy cost and maintenance savings compared with many other split-systems or packaged units.
Our range of air and water-source chillers enable flexibility in how capacity is scaled up or down as hotel usage requirements change, space-saving designs, and adaptable water temperature parameters to optimize efficiency under high or low load.