General Climate is a distinguished brand recognized for its cutting-edge HVAC equipment.
The inception of General Climate dates back to 2002 when it was founded in London. This establishment marked the formation of the Russian-British Association (RBA),
driven by the goal of producing competitive climate technology. The brand's development was made possible through the support of Russian investors who shared a vision of advancing climate control
In the 1990s, a prominent Russian entrepreneur named Leonid Kiryakov ventured into the import of air conditioners bearing the General Electric brand into Russia. He
played a pivotal role in promoting these units in the domestic market. However, just as General Electric air conditioners were gaining traction in Russia, General Electric Corporation decided to
discontinue its involvement in the climatic sector. In response to this shift, in 2002, Leonid Kiryakov made the strategic decision to introduce a new brand to the market - General
The General Climate group places a strong emphasis on production quality and meticulous quality control, a responsibility that is entrusted to the British company
Climatic Control Corporation, headquartered in London.
Presently, the General Climate brand encompasses an extensive range of climatic equipment, catering to a diverse array of needs. This includes household air
conditioners, ventilation and heating equipment, chillers, fan coils, large-scale refrigeration systems, and household air humidifiers.
General Climate's commitment to innovation and excellence in climate control technology has solidified its position as a trusted and respected brand in the
industry. With a broad portfolio of climate solutions and a focus on quality assurance, General Climate continues to deliver top-tier HVAC equipment to meet the demands of consumers and