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Samsung introduces new range of air conditioning products

Claims innovation in HVAC engineering Samsung Electronics announced the launch of its new 360 Cassette air conditioning unit, DVM Chiller, next generation DVM S 30HP, and new side discharge VRF unit – the DVM S Eco 14HP – at the Samsung AC Forum 2015 in Korea. The manufacturer, dubbing the products innovations in HVAC engineering, […]

| | Nov 1, 2015 | 9:13 am
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Claims innovation in HVAC engineering

Samsung Electronics announced the launch of its new 360 Cassette air conditioning unit, DVM Chiller, next generation DVM S 30HP, and new side discharge VRF unit – the DVM S Eco 14HP – at the Samsung AC Forum 2015 in Korea.

The manufacturer, dubbing the products innovations in HVAC engineering, claimed that, together, they would transform air conditioning by boosting energy efficiency and performance.

Samsung gave a few of the product details:

The 360 Cassette unit with a booster fan inside, guides air to form a complete horizontal flow, generating layers of chilled air, while circular air wave provides an even distribution of air in a full 360 direction. It has a bladeless flow control to ensure fast cooling and 100% air volume, compared to traditional fourway cassette units.

The DVM S 30HP, a Digital Variable Multi air conditioner, includes a new Super Inverter Scroll Compressor with flash injection technology and an optimised bypass valve location, to increase heating capacity by 29%. The addition of a hybrid heat exchanger increases the heat exchange area, while an ovalshaped diffuser application increases the airflow rate by 17%.

The DVM S Eco 14HP, a side discharge VRF unit is engineered to deliver a single outdoor unit solution for apartment and office buildings, and features an inverter scroll compressor and corrugate fin, which improves heating performance by 20% and increases airflow by 10% compared to standard side discharge VRF units.

The DVM Chiller combines an aircooled chiller with VRF in a compact unit, to meet the growing demand for watersource HVAC technology. By reducing the system refrigerant levels significantly, it not only complies with current 2015 EU refrigerant quota levels, but also adheres to the further upcoming reduction in levels (35% in 2018).

“With these new offerings, our target is to reach annual sales of USD 10 billion by 2020 and lead the future of air solutions business,” said BK Yoon, President and CEO of Consumer Electronics Business, Samsung Electronics.

Samsung revealed that its AC Forum will continue till the first half of 2016, at 117 cities in 50 markets, by inviting more than 9,000 global partners and media to share information about the company’s latest products and about Samsung System Air Conditioning.


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