All the great things are simple, and many can be expressed in a single word: freedom; justice; honor; duty; mercy; hope.” – Sir Winston Churchill

 These words seem to form the guiding philosophy at Symphony. The company has realized the power of simplicity, and of small, effective machines. As a result, it has invested heavily in developing a model lineup of compact cooling machines that deliver class-leading cooling in small, beautiful packages! So what is behind the strength and efficiency of Symphony Comfort System’s compact cooling?

 Technological innovation is the answer. For example, we usually think a large room cooler is needed to cool effectively. But the Jumbo Jr. is a ultra-compact, cute cooler, whose cooling effectiveness belies its size. It can effectively cool an area of 350 sq. ft. – enough for most large rooms! It makes use of Evaporative Air Cooling, a technology that uses the natural moisture of the air, instead of generating artificial cooling, hence negating the need for more parts, and only a 14-inch rust proof fan to offer such performance.

 The same kind of inventiveness has gone into the entire product range, at Symphony. Symphony’s Tower Coolers and Desert Coolers, two model lineups that ‘sound’, and are expected to be, large in size, are also surprisingly small. It’s this penchant for space-saving that makes these cooling systems truly unique. Symphony is aware that spaces today are limited, and has played its part by designing these marvels. Now, we must change our thinking. Like Mother Teresa famously said, “Be faithful in small things, because it is in them that your strength lies.”

If you haven’t already tried one of Symphony’s compact coolers, do it now. You’ll see how effective and beautiful small can be.


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