Samsung builds up its air-conditioning range

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This cassette unit with 4-way blow is just one of a wide range of indoor units offered by Samsung.
Samsung is entering the second phase of its development plans for the air-conditioning markets in the UK and Europe. Steve Rees, general manager for air conditioning with Samsung Electronics UK, explains, ‘Since 2003, the company has been developing its sales channels and products, using cutting-edge filtration and cleaning technology.’ Samsung Air Conditioning Solutions is a heat pump system to provide cooling in the summer and heating in the winter. It is based on Copeland’s digital scroll compressor, which matches its output to the heating and cooling load, with a higher efficiency at part load. Air Conditioning Solutions is a modular system that can be built up in defined blocks to minimise, or eliminate, downtime to operating businesses. For refurbishment or new build, the Premium and Prestige RAC system have a contemporary, slim design that blends into the decor of any premises. Prestige models have Silver Nano technology to kill 99.99% of bacteria — and even eliminate the flu virus. Premium units have a large, circular LED display showing operating mode, power and room temperature. They also have a negative ion generator to enhance air quality. Built-in options include 1-, 2- and 4-way blow cassettes, a ducted concealed, high-output ducted and universal floor/wall system. Another product is the Free Joint multi Series, with inverter technology delivering variable capacity. One outdoor unit can serve up to four indoor units. Steve Rees summarises: ‘With many brands available in the marketplace today, Samsung’s core philosophy is to encourage proactive, 2-way communication with our customers. Understanding their current and future requirements will be central to growing our leadership position through outstanding product innovation.’
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