Daikin stays at the forefront of ultra-efficient inverter technology as well as creating safer refrigerants to keep up with the global demand to reduce CO2 emissions. They are the inventor of the variable refrigerant volume system (VRV) and an innovator in the split system air conditioning market. Daikin has also co-developed R-410A refrigerant with Carrier. They are the only manufacturer to produce their own refrigerant and compressors.
Daikin is committed to meeting the challenges of global warming and a need for sustainable resource use by bringing you more efficient technology with minimal environmental impact. For more than 80 years Daikin has been producing innovative and energy efficient climate control products tailored to fit your needs. They have become a total solutions provider though unique product lines to fit your requirements and budget.
Daikin is known for its world class innovation and reliability. They have received the iF Product Design Award and the Google Design Award in 2010, the Plus X Award for innovation and the Red Dot Award in 2013, and the Universal Design Award in 2014.
Their heat pumps are designed to extract energy from ambient air as to reduce electricity consumption. They combine this with inverter control, VRV and heat recovery. Daikin aims to create the most efficient climate control solutions for residential, commercial, and industrial use.
Multi Zone (Ductless)
Homeowners fight over temperatures in their homes and have rooms that go unused for long periods. Now they can save energy and control temperatures independently in up to eight separate zones, with a single outdoor unit. With available wall-mounted, concealed slim-duct, ceiling cassette, and floor-mounted indoor options, Daikin Multi-Zone Systems offer multiple indoor unit styles to meet all home comfort needs.
Heat or cool multiple spaces independently with 1 outdoor unit
Great installation flexibility and a wide choice of styles.
Wide range of outdoor units to which up to 2-8 indoor units can be connected.
All indoor units can be individually controlled.
The discrete, robust outdoor unit can easily be mounted onto a roof or terrace, or simply to the outside wall.
It is possible to combine different types of indoor units.