Japanese multinational air conditioner manufacturing company, Daikin Philippines (DPH), recently introduced their brand new series of residential split air conditioner called the Cooling King.
With a stronger cooling capacity and better energy efficiency, The Cooling King series will be launched in the Philippine market in two line-ups: the Premium, which received a superior 4-star Energy Efficiency Rate, and the Standard model.
These new series will be using the R-410A refrigerant, an ozone-friendly refrigerant because it has no chlorine content which does not contribute to the depletion of the ozone layer.
Cooling King also feature a low-noise technology with a sound level that can be as low as to 23dBA. That’s just like the sound of the rustling leaves.
Take Control with HCAC
Daikin reinvent its highly successful commercial VRV system to define once again what comfort is in residential market. The Home Central Air Conditioning (HCAC) System will be launched in Philippines soon.
Consumers will be provided with the ability to maintain individual zone control in each room which will minimize energy consumption and deliver optimum energy savings.
Its slim and compact outdoor units will efficiently utilize space and deliver the needs of homes for temperature, moisture and air flow control requirements in each type of room in your house.
When Daikin launched the VRV air conditioning system in 1982, it introduced the world’s first use of variable refrigerant flow control. This technology circulates only the minimum amount of refrigerant needed at any one time and enables individual climate control of air conditioning zones. The name VRV* derives from this technology that we call “variable refrigerant volume.”
*VRV is a trademark of Daikin Industries, Ltd.
Daikin Ahead for a Better Ozone
With the increasing demand for air conditioning, Daikin Philippines (DPH) has made the decision to phase out all R22 products within Fiscal Year 2017, which is 3 years ahead of the targeted year of 2020 set up by the Philippines’ Department of Environment and Natural Resources.
The company supports the Philippines in their advocacy to comply with the Montreal Protocol, which was adopted in 1987 for the purpose of restricting the production, consumption and trade of particular substances in order to protect the ozone layer.
Although there are various types of refrigerants, R-32 is a new refrigerant currently receiving the most interest. The new refrigerant has an ozone depletion potential of 0, the refrigerant has only 1/3 of the GWP of R-410A. Aiming for widespread use throughout the world, Daikin brought to market air conditioners using R-32 by introducing Urusara 7.
Led by President Lee Wai Kok, DPH is confident to be the top air conditioning solution provider in Philippines through “Fusion 20”, a unique strategic management plan that defines the five-year development of the Daikin Group.