Daikin launches air conditioning that creates "perfect indoor environment"

2022-11-08 00:41:29 By : Ms. Elva Lin

Promotion: air conditioning manufacturer Daikin has released an indoor climate control system called Emura, which is designed to purify air, and heat and cool interior spaces.

Emura aims to deliver efficient temperature control, and features a slim and unobtrusive shape, which is intended to suit a variety of indoor spaces, from offices to living rooms. display refrigerator showcase

Daikin launches air conditioning that creates "perfect indoor environment"

"The third-generation Daikin Emura indoor climate control unit blends elegant design and state-of-the-art technology with outstanding efficiency and performance to create the perfect indoor environment," said Daikin.

"With Emura, Daikin has set the benchmark for residential climate control – beautiful, unobtrusive design concealing innovative engineering that delivers the highest levels of performance, comfort and indoor air quality."

According to Daikin, the system adopts a Coanda effect – the phenomenon in which a jet flow attaches itself to a nearby surface and follows its curvature, even if the surface curves away from the initial flow direction.

The Coanda effect aims to improve the system's airflow for both heating and cooling modes, creating an improved distribution of temperature in the room it is in.

"By using an intelligent thermal sensor and specially designed louvres, Emura adjusts the airflow pattern both vertically and horizontally to direct warm and cool air where it is needed, even in larger spaces," said Daikin.

"In addition, thanks to the new heat boost function, the set temperature is reached faster."

The Emura unit utilises Daikin's Flash Streamer technology, which triggers chemical reactions in the air with a stream of electrons to break down harmful airborne particles.

A silver air filter traps allergens such as pollen and dust mites, while a titanium apatite filter neutralises odour, including smells from pets and cigarette smoke.

Daikin aimed to produce an air conditioning system that heats and cools interior spaces efficiently, reducing energy use and minimising the product's environmental impact.

"The power behind Emura is Daikin's air-to-air heat pump technology that delivers excellent performance as well as superb energy efficiency," said the brand.

Users can use a wireless remote control or mobile app to operate Emura's day-to-day functions.

The system can also be connected to Amazon Alexa or Google Assistant to be activated by voice command.

Emura is available in silver, matte white and matte black colour options and measures 90 centimetres wide to fit over door openings.

Emura was recognised for its innovative design in the IF Design Awards and Red Dot Product Design Award 2022.

This article was written by Dezeen for Daikin as part of a partnership. Find out more about Dezeen partnership content here.

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