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(DOS) system, which uses an internet connection to keep in contact with the equipment 24/7.


The engineering team at Daikin Applied UK focuses on the full lifecycle operation of our solutions, which means we have a good handle on operating costs and will always argue for a long-term focus that will deliver a good return on investment – in terms of both finance and human health.


Daikin Applied Service offers a turnkey solution for the service and maintenance of all brands of HVAC equipment, operating across the UK and Ireland. Our service and maintenance packages can be tailored precisely for the type of facility in question combined with excellent air filter technology produced by our sister company AAF. This provides clean air solutions for critical and high occupancy areas.


“Indoor air can often be between five and 13 times more polluted than outdoor air.”


We also provide a comprehensive range of chillers and air handling units (AHUs) that can deliver the controlled indoor conditions necessary to both manage health and comfort conditions and reduce overall energy consumption.


Technical innovation for long term efficiency We continue to push the boundaries of technical innovation to improve the long-term operating efficiency of our installations. For example, we recently launched a new generation of water-cooled centrifugal compressor chillers, which provide better energy efficiency thanks to the inclusion of a new refrigerant cooled inverter drive.


Available in a wide range of cooling capacities and component combinations, the new B Vintage chillers have been designed to deliver optimal performance at both full and part-loads. They can also operate with a choice of refrigerant to help building users meet targets for reducing the global warming potential (GWP) of their installations.


Our AHUs also meet client requirements for air quality and energy efficiency through accurate sizing and using technical innovations like EC fans. Fan power is specifically referenced in revised ErP legislation so is another design aspect that should not be ignored by specifiers. This also calls for multiple fan systems to build in redundancy so is as much about reliability and peace of mind as improving efficiency.


The country’s problems with air pollution and the increasing publicity around the transmission of disease means this aspect of building engineering is under the microscope. Fortunately, the air conditioning and ventilation sectors have a range of solutions available to help building owners and managers maintain safer, healthier and more comfortable conditions for occupants – delivering better and more cost- effective outcomes for all.


www.daikinapplied.uk www.tomorrowsfm.com


Service, maintenance & repair on all brands of HVAC equipment


Safeguard your HVAC investment with Daikin Applied Service. We are fully equipped to service, maintain & repair ALL brands of AHUs, chillers, split air conditioning & heat pumps.


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Flexible maintenance contracts 24/7 emergency call out service Up to four hour response times


All service engineers F-Gas registered Remote monitoring


Spare parts & support on all brands Retrofitting & refurbishment


0345 565 2700 www.daikinapplied.uk


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