Seeley International has launched a new inverter add-on cooling system to complement the Braemar ducted gas heating systems. Invertair is Australia’s first specially designed and locally manufactured inverter add-on cooling system, and is part of the recently unveiled range of Braemar branded refrigerated products.

Seeley International founder and Executive Chairman, Mr Frank Seeley AM said that the technology in the new Braemar Invertair combines the most efficient modulating gas ducted heating system with Australia’s first and only true inverter add-on cooling system. This ensures the preferred level of comfort can always be guaranteed with maximum efficiency, regardless of heating or cooling with Braemar systems.

This transformational Braemar range also offers completely new wall-mounted split systems, ducted reverse cycle systems and multi systems, all featuring the very latest inverter technology.

Mr Seeley explained that the launch of the new refrigerated products under the universally trusted Braemar brand will contribute significantly to Seeley International’s growth plan of becoming a one billion-dollar company by the year 2020.

As the market leader in air conditioning, with award-winning heaters and evaporative air conditioners, Seeley International sees great opportunities in applying that same successful approach to their new refrigerated reverse cycle range.

Braemar has been the product of choice in Australian homes for more than 50 years, with its latest high-performance heating and cooling offerings having further cemented the brand’s reputation as the most tried, trusted and innovative choice available.

According to Mr Seeley, consumer spending trends suggest that refrigerated air conditioners remain very popular, presenting an opportunity to strengthen the company’s market share by expanding the Braemar range, and supplying consumers through their extensive national dealer network.

The new Braemar refrigerated product range now includes ducted gas heating with Invertair add-on cooling; ducted gas heating with fixed speed add-on cooling systems; wall-mounted inverter split system air conditioning; ducted inverter reverse cycle systems; ducted fixed speed reverse cycle air conditioning; and multi system air conditioning.

Mr Seeley adds that the ducted inverter reverse cycle air conditioners in the Braemar range benefit customers through substantially lower running costs compared to more conventional systems; convenience of adjusting the room temperature quickly and efficiently, eliminating temperature fluctuations that come with conventional start/stop systems; and greatly reduced noise levels inside and outside the home.

The new Braemar range of refrigerated products will be available in April 2015.