Reader's Digest Trusted Brand 2022: Gold Award (Category: Air Conditioner)
FOR MORE THAN 50 YEARS, DAIKIN has been providing sophisticated air conditioning systems to Singaporean homes, businesses and institutions. In its quest for the perfection of air, Daikin strives to improve Indoor Environmental Quality (IEQ), go ECO for the benefit of future generations, and tap on smart Internet of Things (IoT) solutions for seamless connectivity.
To perfect IEQ, Daikin’s revolutionary Streamer air purification technology features a high power plasma discharge that generates highspeed electrons to eliminate pollen, mould and allergens and decompose harmful substances. The powerful oxidative decomposition process continuously removes odours, viruses, bacteria and indoor air pollutants. “Research has demonstrated that Streamer technology can inactivate coronavirus by up to 99%,”* said Managing Director of Daikin Singapore, Mr Chua Ban Hong.
Compact and powerful, Daikin’s full range of air purifiers are equipped with Streamer technology, allowing you to enjoy purer and healthier air at home, in the office or at school.
When it comes to ECO, Daikin’s innovative 5 ticks iSmile Eco Series leads the way. Using refrigerant-32, this energy-efficient series has lower global warming potential and zero ozone depletion. Another essential part of Daikin’s commitment to create a sustainable future is its ‘Recover – Reclaim – Reuse’ program, which recovers and reclaims used refrigerants to advocate zero waste and eliminate the production of new refrigerants.
To enhance living standards with smart home solutions, Daikin’s new Reiri Solution is a holistic IoT home automation system. Users can seamlessly connect to a wide range of devices, control indoor air quality and monitor their energy consumption via a single app on their smartphones.
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*Study by Professor Shigeru Morikawa’s led research group at the Department of Microbiology in the Faculty of Veterinary Medicine at the Okayama University of Science.