Daikin publishes seasonal performance data

Published:  05 October, 2011

Daikin Europe now publishes performance figures for air conditioning based on ESEER (European seasonal energy-efficiency) and APF values (annual performance factor). Seasonal efficiency enables end users to gauge the true yearly performance of climate-control systems such as Daikinís VRV, whereas other measurements show efficiency at only one nominal point for cooling (35įC) and one for heating (7įC).

APF is the Japanese seasonal performance benchmark.

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