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Packaged Air Conditioners for Facilities & Factories

Success at research facilities and factories often hinges on strict control of air temperature and quality. To these environments, Daikin offers an abundant range of packaged air conditioners for precise control of air and temperature to help preserve accurate results and product quality.

Daikin Advantage

  • Energy and Cost Savings

    Using advanced inverter and heat pump technologies increases efficiency and reduces energy consumption and costs.

  • Wide Range of Solutions

    Daikin provides a lineup to a wide range of applications that require high precision in temperature control and air quality.

  • Control by Zone / Area

    Daikin packaged air conditioners combine with ducts to distribute air only to zones and areas where needed.

Application

Computer Server Rooms

Server rooms continue to expand and generate tremendous heat. To prevent loss of valuable data, Daikin offers specialized air cooling solutions to protect servers from heat.

Spot Cooling

Spot cooling to specific work areas help to maintain safe work environments. Daikin’s flexible system layouts support high energy savings to factories.

Mechanical and Electrical Rooms

Daikin packaged air conditioners stabilize the high temperatures of mechanical and electrical rooms where heat collects.

Oily and Dusty Workplaces

Anti-corrosive copper piping for oil mist environments and dirt resistant, easy-cleaning systems for workplaces with high particle dust help deliver comfort and energy savings to oily and dusty workplaces.

Clean Rooms

Packaged air conditioners support the need of factories and research facilities to maintain clean room standards ranging from Class 10,000 to Class 100,000.

Laboratories

Daikin packaged air conditioners are the popular choice for environments requiring fixed temperatures and humidity such as the laboratories and test rooms located in factories, universities, and research facilities.

Technology

Inverter Technology

Air conditioner compressors are driven by motor, and motor rotation speed depends on power supply frequency. An inverter modulates power supply frequency to control motor rotation speed. Inverters stabilize temperature by adjusting compressor operation according to load to eliminate waste and save energy.

Even adopting an inverter to the fan motors of the indoor and outdoor units provides more precise control and contributes to energy savings.

Temperature Control by Inverter/Non-Inverter Compressors (Cooling)

When temperature is higher than set temperature, the motor rotates faster to lower room temperature.
Motor rotation speed is adjusted to maintain a constant temperature.
Motor rotates when temperature is higher than set temperature.
When temperature approaches set temperature, the motor rotation speed is reduced.
Motor stops when temperature is lower than set temperature.
Variation width for temperature becomes large when temperature is adjusted by repeatedly starting and stopping the motor. Furthermore, the motor always rotates at constant speed, and energy consumption increases from the energy loss of starting and stopping.
Lowering motor rotation speed according to load reduces both variation width for temperature and energy consumption.

Additional Information

First Packaged Air Conditioner in Japan

In 1951, Daikin launched Japan's first packaged air conditioner to provide turnkey operation and begin its lead as pioneer in the commercial use air conditioning market.

Daikin and Refrigerants

Daikin is a comprehensive manufacturer that also produces the refrigerant used in its air conditioning equipment.

Preventive Maintenance Service

To ensure greater energy savings, long product life, and comfort, Daikin offers these services.

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