Gree announced floor-standing Inverter ACs now in discounted prices

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Gree – a globally leading enterprise of air-conditioners has announced 2 new floor-standing models; GF-24IPH and 48FWITH, now in more affordable prices. These air-conditioners are known to be highly efficient for commercial use and spacious areas, whereby being the perfect choice for dual-seasons. Gree’s floor-standing air-conditioners have exceptional energy-saving features, with high-class technology and are available in a wide variety of stylish designs and colors.

The GF-24IPH is a 2 Ton (24000 BTU) inverter, which is now available for Rs. 155,000/- instead of Rs. 182,000/-. The GF-24IPH consists of a Vertical Cross Flow-Fan which keeps the air supply even. Equipped with G10 Technology and sensitive touch buttons and a state-of-the-art chip module, this air-conditioner is used for both cooling and heating functions. It’s U-Shape Evaporator, Intelligent Rotary Air-Swing, and a high density anti-bacterial filter makes sure that it provides safe, healthy and comfortable environment, while minimizing the health hazards.

The GF-48FWITH is a 4 Ton (48000 BTU) inverter, now available for Rs. 235,000/- instead of Rs 259,000/-. It features an inverter technology making the air-conditioner powerful, a self-diagnosis function with a display of indicating error.

Its features include; Multi-Health filters, a beautiful LED Display, low-voltage start up, multi-fan speed settings, intelligent defrosting feature, comfortable sleeping modes, auto-memory function, U-type inner groove copper pipe enhancing the flow of refrigerant.

Gree Electrical Appliances is the largest most innovative air conditioning enterprise in the world – with extensive Research and Development facilities, sold in more than 195 countries all over the world and manufactured at 9 production-bases spread globally, including Pakistan. Gree products are distributed in Pakistan by DWP Group.

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