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The drive for effective decarbonisation – Daikin’s VRV R32 heat recovery solution

To drive the decarbonisation of buildings forward, new systems should reduce both the direct and indirect CO2eq impact. Daikin has focussed on maximising operational efficiency in real life conditions, minimising the impact. The new solution features a market-leading seasonal efficiency, with a 13% increase in performance compared to the previous generation. Additionally, Daikin’s highly efficient 3-pipe heat recovery system, which allows simultaneous cooling and heating, delivers individual comfort control as well as virtually free heating by transferring heat from areas requiring cooling to those that need heating.

VRV 5 Heat Recovery has been engineered specifically for the lower Global Warming Potential (GWP) refrigerant R-32. The GWP of R-32 is just one-third of that of R-410A and also carries heat more effectively, together leading up to a 71% reduction in the system’s potential direct carbon dioxide equivalent (CO2eq) emissions. R-32 is also a single component refrigerant, which supports the circular economy as it is easy to recover and recycle.

Shîrudo Technology provides the versatility to accurately control the indoor climate of any room or surface without any additional considerations, field supplied equipment or time-consuming studies. With the factory-integrated refrigerant response measures and easy validation via the Xpress software, Daikin guarantees compliance with the specific IEC product standard, out-of-the-box.

Daikin VRV R32 Heat Recovery offers best-in-class design and installation versatility, meaning it is suitable for a wide variety of buildings and installation locations. The system has an extensive temperature operation range of up to +46°C in cooling and down to -20°C in heating. It can also deliver an external static pressure (ESP) of up to 78 Pascals (Pa) so the unit can be installed with ducting to the exterior, in small spaces or behind grilles. It also features five low sound steps down to 40 db(A) in sound pressure allowing installation in accordance with urban planning requirements, while enhancing comfort levels.

The Daikin VRV R32 Heat Recovery units will be available from the end of September 2022. For more information about the Daikin VRV 5 Heat Recovery solution visit www.daikin.eu/VRV5HR

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