Daikin introduces light-commercial multi system
Published:  11 December, 2008
Daikin air-conditioning

Daikin Europe has extended its Sky Air series of air-conditioning products has been extended with a new light-commercial multi systems. The CMSQ system uses R410A as the refrigerant.

The outdoor unit has an inverter-controlled scroll compressor driven by a high-efficiency motor. EERs are up to 3.7 in cooling mode, with COPs of 4.1 in heating mode.

A total piping length of 160 m is supported by a Refnet system for optimum refrigerant flow.

Two types of indoor unit are offered ó a Roundflow cassette and a concealed ceiling unit, both in a range of cooling capacities from 5 to 12.5 kW.

Sound levels of the Roundflow cassette are

as low as 28 dB(A) and 30 dB(A) for the

concealed unit.

The system supports Daikinís Intelligent Touch Controller and Intelligent Manager control systems.




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