Daikin upgrades its fan-coil units

Daikin Fan-Coil Unit
Included in Daikin’s upgraded range of fan-coil units are flexible ceiling-suspended/low-wall models.
Daikin has extended its range of fan-coil units. Floor-standing and ceiling-suspended/low-wall models are housed in modern-looking casings restyled by Italian designers and finished in RAL 9010 colour. There are also ceiling-concealed/floor-standing chassis models and large ceiling duct models. Available as 2- and 4-pipe units, there are seven capacities from 1.54 to 8.71 kW. The duct models have capacities from 3.9 to 18.3 kW and up to 200 Pa. Units have water connections on the left, with connections on the right to order. New features include a double-inlet centrifugal-fan assembly with vibrating damping support, making possible sound-power levels as low as 34 dB(A), removable and washable filters and pre-assembled or factory-mounted on-off 3-way motor drive valves There is a choice of three controllers. The electro-mechanical type is built in. The electronic type is available as built-in or remote and has standard water probe and air sensor. It offers automatic fan-speed selection based on the difference between set point and room temperature plus automatic changeover between heating and cooling. Up to four FCUs can be regulated by a single control via the Daikin interface combined with the electro-mechanical controllers. There is a standard quick-fixing system for wall and ceiling mounting. The wiring has quick connections for accessories and screw connections for field wiring. A single electronic controller can handle any configuration by the setting of DIP switches.
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