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Our most highly rated brand, Fujitsu offers a range solutions to deliver comfort to different kinds of environments and spaces. Many of Fujitsu’s units are equipped with a movement detector, allowing Fujitsu’s Air Conditioning to switch to power saving mode after 20 minutes of no activity. The units then return to normal operations when movement is detected.
Kelvinator is in our top 5 recommended brands. They have been delivering fridges and air conditioning to Australian families over 90 years, after being founded in the United States. They are part of the Electrolux Group, one of the world's largest and most popular producers of appliances including air conditioners, refrigerators, washing machines and dishwashers, etc.
Overall Fujitsu were rated 4.5 out of 5 with Kelvinator receiving a rating of 4 out of 5.
Fujitsu offer a range of options to cover different kinds of environments and living spaces. The Human Sensor can help curb energy use by switching modes when no one is present in the room, then switching back when activity resumes. They are cost-efficient and deliver cleaner air.
Albeit small, Kelvinator’s range of air conditioners offer energy efficiency and remote connectivity. They feature a concealed, dimmable digital display to assist in delivering a good night’s sleep. This range is easy to clean and operate, with flexible installation options and compact design. Some of Kelvinator’s units can be installed in mobile homes for those travelling. They can also be controlled remotely in the case of both split systems and window / wall units.
Fujitsu’s 4 different types of split systems include; Classic Series, Designer Series, Lifestyle Series (Cooling only) and Lifestyle Series (Heating and Cooling).
These units can make utility bills more affordable, with up to 30% more efficiency than conventional fixed speed units. Fujitsu’s units suit various spaces with differing capacity needs. Allergy friendly, the units harness static electricity to pull pollutants from the air.
Kelvinator’s split system units contain a Demand Response Enabled Device. This means an electricity supplier can utilise the function to reduce usage when the electrical grid is under strain, for example in the case of extreme weather. Users with this function can receive financial rewards in some states. Kelvinator users can clean some of their split system filters themselves rather than having to buy new ones, reducing waste.
Both Fujitsu and Kelvinator’s split system ranges were rated at 4 out of 5. These scores suggest that both brands are good options to consider while you are looking for the unit to fit your specifications.
Fujitsu’s Cassette Range units are available in high and low capacities. They fit under the ceiling with only the grille showing and are designed to deliver an even temperature distribution and wide airflow. A weekly timer, sleep timer and economy mode control energy consumption without loss of comfort. Fujitsu’s cassette units have a removable grille and louvres that can be wiped down, making cleaning easy.
Fujitsu’s cassette range received a rating of 3.5 out of 5.
Fujitsu’s 8kW Inverter Multi and Multi System Series were rated 4 out 5 by our review team. These can be attached to a range of indoor units, offering a number of solutions for different spaces, even limited ones in apartment blocks. Fujitsu’s multi systems have energy saving settings, and individual rooms can be heated or cooled separately; meaning rooms not in use can have their units off.
Designed to discretely fit into homes that may not have wall space for multi and split systems, Fujitsu’s Ceiling/Floor Console Range are slim and lightweight. This makes them easy to install with floor consoles providing easy access and maintenance for the users. Quiet and energy efficient, Fujitsu offers a wide capacity range of 2.6kW to 14.0 kW, to suit differing climates.
Fujitsu’s Ceiling/Floor Console Range was rated a solid 4 out of 5 by our review team.
Kelvinator’s Window Wall units are easy to keep clean and ideal for where space is at a minimum, such as in a caravan or demountable. Available in reverse cycle and cooling only, they have a range of up to 3.9 kW.
With sleep mode and air swings, these can deliver comfort without the need for an outside unit. We rated this series 3.5 out of 5.
Fujitsu’s commercial products can be used in projects as diverse as hotels, schools, apartment blocks, health centres and shopping centres. Kelvinator have developed commercial products that can also be used in diverse environments. These brands offer support to help clients select the right systems to meet their needs and space.
Fujitsu’s commercial split system units can change temperature by just one degree intervals, delivering precise control. This also limits the maximum energy usage of the air conditioner. Their split systems have a similarly diverse selection as their residential range, incorporating the Classic Series, Designer Series, Lifestyle Series (Cooling only) and Lifestyle Series (Heating and Cooling). These units have a wide range of applications for both small and larger spaces; from a small office to a boardroom. The filters in the units feature catechin, highly effective against bacteria growth, thus delivering cleaner air for workers, customers and other visitors.
Kelvinator’s split system range can deliver a solution for smaller rooms including individual offices or staff kitchens and bathrooms. They are particularly suited to one storey or independent office buildings. Kelvinator’s range can provide comfort for small or larger rooms, with multiple spaces conditioned through one outdoor unit.
Kelvinator’s range is limited but effective, with Kelvinator receiving a 3 out of 5 star rating, while Fujitsu’s wider range received 4 out of 5.
Offering high capacity options in the J-III Series J-IIS Series V-II Series VR-II Series ranges, Fujitsu have been developing their Air Stage VRF Systems for over than 35 years, utilising state of the art technology to deliver products that can provide the most comfortable environment possible without compromising on efficiency.
This range covers a diverse range of applications and was rated 4 out of 5 by our review team.
Sitting under the ceiling with only the grille showing, Fujitsu’s Cassette Range is discrete, allowing them to blend in with their surroundings. The use of a weekly timer, sleep timer and economy mode maintain control of energy consumption, without loss of comfort. The cassettes are easy to clean, with a removable grille and louvres that can be wiped down. These cassette units deliver even temperature distribution and wide airflow.
Our review team rated Fujitsu’s Cassette Systems at 4 out of 5.
Multi systems can be connected to a compact outdoor unit, with Fujitsu’s able to power up to six indoor units simultaneously. There are also 14 models ranging in capacity from 2.3kW to 8kW, providing a combination to suit almost any commercial space. Fujitsu’s Inverter Multi and Multi System Series remain energy efficient when operating just one indoor unit at low capacity. This range was rated 4 out of 5 overall by our review team.
Fujitsu’s Ceiling/Floor Console Range saves space, making it convenient for homes without the wall space for multi and split systems. The units can be installed on the floor or under the ceiling. The floor consoles provide easy access for the user allowing for easy maintenance and cleaning.
Designed for quiet and energy efficient operation, Fujitsu offers a wide capacity ranging from 2.6kW to 14.0kW to suit differing climates. Fujitsu’s Ceiling/Floor Console Range was rated a 3.5 out of 5 by our reviewers.
Kelvinator’s Window Wall units are easy to keep clean and ideal for where space is at a minimum such as in a moveable office on a construction site. These units provide comfort without the need for an outside unit so they are space saving and ideal for temporary structures. Our team gave Kelvinator’s range a 4 out of 5 as they are flexible and cost-effective.