INNOVA 2.0 MINI: air conditioning becomes truly sustainable

Energy efficiency, performance quality and innovative technological solutions for climatic comfort have always distinguished INNOVA, a company based in Storo (Trento) that designs, develops and manufactures air conditioners, heat pumps, fan coils, VMC systems, according to the slogan “Growing through innovation”.

INNOVA 2.0 miniNR is the revolutionary line of compact domestic air conditioners without external unit.

First in the world, this line uses propane as refrigerant gas: a compound of natural origin with a very low GWP (Global Warming Potential) and a very low climate-changing effect.

This new air conditioner is proposed as the leader of a new generation of domestic appliances, which combine high energy efficiency with excellent environmental impact, combining INNOVA’s attention to well-being, aesthetics and safety.

Using only metal components, INNOVA 2.0 miniNR can be defined as a “plastic free” product, and is therefore characterized by solidity, robustness and longevity.

For these unique features, it is a candidate for the “Pathway to Zero Greenhouse Gas Emissions for Cooling“, the report compiled by the Kigali Cooling Efficiency Program, the Cool Coalition and the Carbon Trust, which includes HVAC&R products manufactured globally and characterized by excellent sustainability and efficiency properties and obtained the contribution of the LIFE financial instrument of the European Community LIFE17 CCM / EN / 000026 – LIFE ZEROGWP.

With its extremely compact dimensions – INNOVA 2.0 miniNR is in fact only 80 cm wide, the smallest of the units available on the market today – it is ideal from a technical and aesthetic point of view, both for new construction and for the renovation of existing buildings – even those of considerable architectural merit.

With this product INNOVA introduces a new model of high-efficiency and sustainable air conditioning, perfectly in line with European development strategies that aim at a completely de-carbonised economy by 2050 and a reduction in the use of climate-damaging refrigerant gases.

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