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Singer joins green revolution with Green Inverter Air Conditioners

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Singer Sri Lanka PLC reiterated it’s positioning of adding eco-friendly products by introducing the Singer Green Inverter range to the local air conditioner industry. The Green Inverter range of the Singer Air Conditioners portrays the Singer vision to fully embrace the green revolution.

The new Singer Green Inverter series helps achieve the highest energy efficiency in an eco-friendly manner, using one of the world’s most eco-friendly refrigerants (R32). This guarantees 0% ozone depletion potential and minimal environmental impact by reducing the global warming.

Singer Sri Lanka Marketing Director Kumar Samarasinghe, elaborated, “Singer’s initiative is to become a strong promoter of the green revolution while bringing luxury to all our consumers. Our attempt to promote the Green Inverter range is indicative of Singer’s commitment towards such.  In addition, Singer Green Inverter range air conditioning units are able to save up to 50% of energy.  In Sri Lanka, if we consider the prevailing weather conditions and the upward trend of the energy costs, it is an essential requirement to provide consumers with air conditioning solutions that are adaptable, sustainable and cost effective. Under such context, Singer’s Green Inverter range is a great option for consumers who are on the lookout for air conditioners that reduces electricity consumption while minimising the overall cost of air conditioning.” 

“Singer Sri Lanka is committed to delivering solutions that are manufactured using the latest cutting edge technology, which makes us stand strong among the industry giants. We also believe that it is our responsibility to focus on sustainable products that lessens adverse effect on environment. As such through introducing Green Inverter range of air conditioners, we are able to reduce carbon emissions that may occur through heavier usage of air conditioners during the dry season,” added Samarasinghe. 

Singer air conditioning business is unmatched in after-sales services and famous for its trusted Singer warranty.

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