• From the Carrier event.
    From the Carrier event.

Carrier recently hosted exclusive launch events in Melbourne and Sydney to introduce its latest innovation, Carrier XCT8, to the Australian market.

This milestone marks the Carrier Australia’s entry into the VRF product segment, leveraging decades of its expertise in chiller and airside market to provide engineered solutions to customers across Australia.

Designed to meet the diverse needs of offices, schools, hotels, restaurants, and other commercial and residential applications, Carrier XCT8 offers a comprehensive suite of features that ensure superior performance, energy efficiency, and flexibility in design to provide comfort.

With advanced and proven Japanese technologies at its core, the XCT8 promises high energy efficiency and seamless operation, setting a new benchmark for cooling and heating systems in Australia.

Carrier Australia sales director, Damitha Sajeewa, said the company is committed to delivering innovative solutions that exceed customer expectations.

“With XCT8, we are confident in our ability to provide comfort and energy efficiency to businesses and homeowners across the country,” he said.

The Carrier XCT8 Series features benefits such as:

  • Ability to connect with a wide range of indoor units offering wider applicability across hotels, offices, or other commercial spaces.
  • Over 3,000 combination patterns are available which can be arranged to follow the installation site’s requirements.

With a long piping length of 1,200m and a high diversity of up to 200 per cent combination ratio, the XCT8 range of VRF solutions offers design and installation flexibility.

It operates up to a COP of 6.7 at 50 per cent load, and is designed to perform efficiently during part load operations.

It has a large single system capacity of 120 HP in a single module by connecting 5 outdoor units and is customized to deliver improved indoor air quality and prioritize the health and well-being of building occupants.

The XCT8 is designed for continuous heating even during external defrost operations.

The focus is on a smaller footprint with higher efficiency and capacity.

To learn more about the XCT8, visit: https://carrierxct8.com/au/