Friedrich Heating & Air Conditioning
HVAC Solutions for the Offshore Industry
Friedrich manufactures and produces commercial-grade air-conditioners for the offshore sector.
Friedrich manufactures and produces commercial-grade air conditioners for the offshore sector.
Air-conditioning units for adverse environments
Hazardgard has been used by professionals across the offshore industry for more than 30 years. The product is trusted to provide reliable and safe air-conditioning in the most adverse conditions.
The Hazardgard range is designed for use in living areas, storage areas, laboratories and control rooms; as well as hazardous locations involving flammable liquids and gases.
Hazardgard is meets the following requirements:
- Certified in accordance with ISA 12.12.01 and NFPA 70 (National Electric Code), ANSI/UL 484 Room Air Conditioners
- UL listed for Class 1, Div 2, Groups A, B, C and D
New models are also certified according to ATEX (II 3 G Ex nA nC IIC T4 Gc) and IECEx (Ex nA nC II C T4 Gc).
Remote-controlled air conditioners for the offshore industry
The Kühl® range of air-conditioning units are easy to control and manufactured to a high standard. Kühl units can be controlled remotely using a tablet, smartphone or computer.
All commercial-grade products within the Kühl range feature a 20-gauge steel cabinet, seven-day programmability with LCD lockout and enclosed fan motors.
Cooling and heating ductless split system products
The Friedrich J Series line offers an assortment of cooling and heating (heat pump) products with up to eight zones / rooms on one system. Options include wall-mounted units, slim ceiling cassettes and The Insider™ concealed duct units.
Friedrich inverter technology delivers minimal amperage at start up, saving energy and ensuring each system can independently adjust capacity and cooling output to provide only the amount of cooling needed at a given time. The result is optimal comfort with low energy costs.
Development and testing processes for air-conditioning units
Friedrich’s designs go through rigorous testing and approval in an UL-approved laboratory.
The air-conditioning units undergo soak tests to ensure they perform in high-humidity and high-temperature environments.
The units are also left to run for long periods of time to ensure their longevity. The electronic controls and packaging of the units are also tested thoroughly, undergoing hours of testing.
Since its founding in 1883, Friedrich Air Conditioning Co. has had one manufacturing standard, quality without compromise.
Today, Friedrich is recognised as one of the top brands supplying commercial-grade room air conditioning products to the worldwide market and offering differentiated solutions for virtually any need.