- High external static pressure up to 250Pa facilitates using flexible ducts of varying lengths
- Outdoor units for pair, twin, triple, double twin application
- Discretely concealed in the ceiling: only the suction and discharge grilles are visible
- The use of inverter type outdoor units results in an air conditioning system with a high energy efficiency and very low sound level
- Up to 26.4kW in heating mode
- Daikin outdoor units are neat, sturdy and can easily be mounted on a roof or terrace or simply placed against an outside wall
- Outdoor units are fitted with either a swing or scroll compressor, renowned for low noise and high energy efficiency
- A special acryl precoated fin for anti-corrosion treatment on the heat exchanger ensures greater resistance against severe weather conditions
- The Sky Air inverter is developed for use in light commercial applications, provides a more comfortable environment and offers great savings in energy consumption to shop, restaurant and office owners
- An inverter driven compressor allows the capacity to be adjusted precisely to match variations in room and outside temperatures
- During start up, the room can be cooled down or heated very quickly; once the temperature in the room has reached its set point, the low power operation starts to save energy.
Home leave operation
Maintains the indoor temperature at your specified comfort level during absence, thus saving energy
Inverter compressors continuously adjust compressor speed to actual demand. Fewer power-consuming starts and stops result in decreased energy consumption (up to 30%) and more stable temperatures.
The unit can be used as fan, blowing air without heating or cooling.
Auto cooling-heating changeover
Automatically selects heating or cooling mode to achieve the set temperature.
Removes airborne dust particles to ensure a steady supply of clean air.
Can be set to start heating or cooling anytime on a daily or weekly basis.
Wired remote control
Starts, stops and regulates the air conditioner.
Starts, stops and regulates several air conditioners from one central point.
The unit restarts automatically at the original settings after power failure.
Simplifies maintenance by indicating system faults or operating anomalies.