Scan Technologies secures biggest VRF air-conditioning installation in Sri Lanka

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Newly-formed Scan Technologies Global Ltd. has secured the installation, testing and commissioning of GREE VRF air-conditioning systems of the ASTORIA project under construction in the heart of Colombo. 

A 10-year maintenance contract of the equipment was also signed.Untitled-4

According to Scan Technologies Global Ltd. Managing Director Pavithra Ishan Abeynayake, the new company was incorporated to meet the many challenges faced by the construction industry in Sri Lanka. He further explained that his company’s intention was to provide a quality installation and after-sales service with the help of their factory trained young engineering team and skilled technicians and to meet the construction target dates of projects scheduled to come up in Sri Lanka.

The ASTORIA in Colombo 3 is a project developed by AVIC International, which is an extension of Aviation Industry Corporation of China, a reputed Global 500 company. 

China State Construction Engineering Corporation (CSCEC) is the main contractor of ASTORIA, which comprises four towers of 42 floors a tower. GREE Electric Appliances Inc. of Zhuhai, China is the manufacturer and supplier of 1,000 GREE VRF air-conditioning systems with over 4,000 indoor units for the ASTORIA project. GREE manufactures 60,000,000 sets of room air-conditioners and 5,500,000 sets of commercial air-conditioners annually, recording sales revenue of over $ 16 billion in 2015.

The installation of GREE VRF air-conditioners is progressing well at ASTORIA, according to Abeynayake. Engineer Raguparan Kobiraj is in charge of the air-conditioner installation team of Scan Technologies Global Ltd.