Daikin Applied strive to deliver the highest possible energy savings on both its Air Handling Units (AHU) and Chillers.
Its extensive chiller product range uses a wide array of engineering developments including inverter technology, dynamic condensing pressure management and enhanced key component design to optimise each unit, maximising efficiency levels and ESEER outputs in order to lower the energy consumption, reduce the CO2 emissions and ultimately save money.
The companies AHU’s are also ever evolving to save more energy. Daikin Applied’s EC fan technology can dramatically reduce unit energy consumption as well as reduce the unit footprint, whilst maintaining low SFP levels, as well as further advances such as thermal breaks in framework and improved system sealing to reduce air leakage.
Product development provides high efficiency solutions from design conception to delivery however in order to maintain the high efficiency levels a regular effective service and maintenance solution is key.
Research has shown regular equipment maintenance can reduce energy consumption by 25% - 30% as well as reduce system operation downtime by up to 40%.
The Daikin Applied Service division has over 40 in-field engineers carrying out regular AHU and chiller maintenance, to not only provide preventative maintenance regimes but also to reduce the buildings energy usage.
The latest advance in service provision is the use of remote monitoring via Daikin on Site (DOS) for both AHU and Chiller ranges. DOS allows real-time view of a sites plant operation and can log historical trends. DOS enables the service team to build up an operational view of the equipment, which leads to tailored maintenance solutions.
Daikin Applied strive to provide the best solutions from initial product supply and throughout the plant operational life with its aftercare service.
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