Cooling and energy efficiency

Comfortably cool with Daikin

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Energy Efficient Cooling Systems

Daikin split systems are among some of the most energy efficient air conditioners available on the market. In fact, the Daikin US7 was the first split system to be awarded a 7-star ‘super efficiency’ rating.*

Reverse Cycle air conditioners (or air conditioners that can both heat and cool your home) have two kinds of star ratings – blue to show how efficient it is when cooling, and red for heating. 

Daikin air conditioners also come with a range of energy saving features, for example, Daikin Split Systems with the ‘Intelligent Eye’ feature, will reset to the most energy efficient level if a room is unoccupied for 20 minutes. They cleverly return to the original setting if someone re-enters the room, saving energy in the meantime.

All Daikin air conditioners not only meet the NZ Minimum Energy Performance Standards (MEPS), they exceed them. This means you can enjoy year-round comfort without worrying about overheated power bills.

See more here: www.daikin.co.nz


Environmentally Conscious Refrigerant

R-32 is a game-changing next generation refrigerant that efficiently carries heat and has a significantly lower environmental impact than its predecessors.

Air conditioners transfer heat by circulating refrigerant between the indoor and outdoor units of the system. Historically, many refrigerants used in the air conditioning industry have had damaging effects on the environment, such as ozone depletion and global warming. As the only manufacturer and developer of both refrigerants and air conditioners, Daikin recognised the urgent need to develop and promote better refrigerants with a lower impact on the environment. Using its unique expertise, it became the world's first air conditioning manufacturer to adopt its own R-32 refrigerant in its split systems with the release of the innovative US7 in 2012.

R-32 could save you money on running costs, does not deplete the ozone layer, and has remarkably low global warming potential. Upgrading is a win, win.

See more here www.daikin.co.nz

Nov 07, 2018
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