Daikin system provides total air conditioning for two rooms

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Daikin’s Ururu Multi heat-pump system for light-commercial and residential applications supplies comfort heating, cooling and ventilation — plus humidification, without an associated water source.

Moisture is extracted from outdoor air via a built-in element on the outdoor unit and transferred to the indoor unit, where is it mixed with the supply air and purified using a titanium apatite photo-catalytic filer.

A system can serve one or two rooms via indoor units fitted with a Daikin ‘two area’ intelligent eye controller which detects the presence of people and directs the air flow toward an unoccupied area. Its ‘comfort air flow’ mode directs air downwards during heating and upwards during cooling, without resultant draughts.

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