Ventilation company, Systemair and Panasonic, have announced a strategic partnership aimed at developing joint solutions for both commercial and residential premises.
The collaboration between Systemair and Panasonic will be based on the existing technology and expertise of both partners.
In the first phase, Panasonic will introduce a new series of high-efficiency and eco-friendly heat pump chillers incorporating Systemair's innovative reversible cooling technology.
The new integrated products are fully adaptable and suitable for use in creating solutions for specific projects (including in the light commercial sector) to meet all aspects of customer requirements.
Systemair and Panasonic are also engaged in a development collaboration on technology and functions to be incorporated into cooling and heat pump technology products.
The objective is to create more high-efficiency, eco-friendly and ultra-modern chiller and heat pump products for the European market. The collaboration will also make use of the companies' smart cloud-based services.
The partners will strive for seamless integration between Systemair's ventilation products and Panasonic's high-tech heat pumps for residential and commercial properties, as well as its control technology and connection facilities.
Through the collaboration, the two companies will be able to create a new, powerful value offer that meets their customer requirements.
Panasonic air conditioner president, Toshiyuki Takagi, said the partnership opens the way to potential synergies in development that meet the tough environmental demands of customers.
“At the same time, we are creating long-term business opportunities in an expanding European market,” he said.
“Systemair's unique product range and long experience in HVAC fit perfectly with our undertaking to offer customers exceptional value, functions and product quality.”
Systemair CEO, Roland Kasper, said the partnership opens the door to new opportunities to create innovative products and system solutions.
“Through collaboration we'll soon be able to offer even better solutions, which will come to play an important role in the development of the climate systems of the future for buildings,” he said.