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Innovation without compromising Mother Earth with DAIKIN’s R32 Air Conditioners

Living in a tropical country like ours (Philippines) connotes a love and hate relationship. With its beautiful beaches in the archipelago, one still tends to look for a cool place especially during summer where, most of the times, we cannot bear the scorching heat. As an immediate remedy, turning on our air-conditioners at home or be at the place with such cooling effect is a necessity. But did you know that it this item that give us comfort has a negative impact to our environment? Yes, most of the times we are forgetful to the things that could harm our Mother Nature just for the sake of convenience of our own. But good thing that, despite of human’s ignorance, there are still companies that creates environmental-friendly products and an advocate of preserving Mother Earth. DAIKIN – the air-conditioning expert from Japan live by its philosophy to be a Company that Leads in Applying Environmentally Friendly Practices. Because innovation shouldn’t be compromising our environment’s health. 

As Daikin Air conditioning Philippines (DPH) continuously develop its business operations in various fields, it is Daikin’s mission to proactively develop initiatives to respond to environmental issues. Incorporating environmental initiatives throughout Daikin’s management is a priority. In all aspects of the business operations of Daikin, including product development, manufacturing, and sales. Daikin formulates initiative that will sustain and improve the environment.

Daikin promotes the development of new products and the innovation of technologies that will lead to a more environmentally healthy world. To mitigate future global climate change, it is important to take a “the sooner, the better” approach. Early implementation is a key to the further reduction of future environmental impact. As soon as the most balanced and feasible solution for an application is found, Daikin will commercialize and disseminate the technology to contribute to the efforts to tackle the issue of global climate change.

Environmental Action Plan 2020

The Daikin Group positions environmental protection as one of its most important management tasks. Based on DPH’s Fusion 20 strategic management plan, under the formulated Environmental Action Plan 2020, Daikin aims to decrease environmental impact throughout the value chain so that Daikin can achieve sustainable business growth and protect the environment. Under Daikin’s Environmental Action Plan 2020, Daikin is taking action based on three pillars: (1) provide environmental friendly products and services; (2) minimize environmental impact through manufacturing and other activities; and (3) expand the Green Heart circle worldwide.

Since air conditioners emit a particularly large amount of CO2 during its lifecycle, Daikin is focusing on disseminating the use of energy-efficient air conditioners and air conditioners that use low-global-warming-potential refrigerants. By penetrating the global market, the Daikin group sold about 6.5Million of RAC units in 48 countries, and about 15 million units with R32 refrigerant sold. Estimated 27 million tons of CO2 emission reduced. By converting to R32, Daikin projected the reduction of global warming impact in 2030 by approximately 800 million tons of CO2.

Daikin has identified R32 as a very beneficial refrigerant for single and multi-split type air conditioners. R32 is the next-generation refrigerant that has highest cooling power, zero ozone depletion potential, and lowest global warming potential versus other refrigerants in the market. When looking for a new air-conditioning for any application, Daikin believes that consumers should not only look for inverter, but consumers should look for R32 inverter. Daikin believes that the transition to R32 will help to meet both the HFC phase down schedule and the HCFC phase out schedule of the Montreal Protocol. Daikin is now in the process of further study to identify a suitable refrigerant for the other applications.

VRV X/A Series

Exceeding Boundaries with Innovative Energy Savings. The key to innovative energy saving is to increase efficiency during low-load operation. Using data gathered from actual operation, Daikin discovered that air conditioning systems operate at partial – half or less than of 80% of their annual operation period. This inspired Daikin to develop new technologies to enhance energy efficiency when operating only with few units in a multiple air-conditioning system.

Utilizing these technologies, Daikin’s new VRV X and VRV A series raise the standards for energy efficiency. By uniting advanced software and hardware technologies these greatly increased the energy saving during actual operation. Daikin newest software technology, the VRT Smart Control. This VRT smart control, optimizes the compressor speed by calculating the required cooling for the entire system and optimal refrigerant temperature based on data sent by each air-conditioning unit. With its air volume control, it reduces compressor load and minimizes operation loss. 

VRT control ensures energy savings and comfortable air conditioning to meet the needs of the consumers. Daikin’s research and development team continuously improve the VRV system. Incorporating a new hardware technology, a new scroll compressor refrigerant leakage is minimized when operating only with few units in a multiple air-conditioning system. Operation loss due to refrigerant leakage is reduced by the new mechanism to ensure stable partial load operation. For easier installation, Automatic Refrigerant Charge Function automates the charging of the proper refrigerant amount and the closing of shut-off valves with just one press of the switch after pre-charging. Simplified installation eliminates excessive and insufficient refrigerant charge amount due to mistakes in calculation, and this led to higher installation quality.

The VRV X and VRV A is the most advanced air conditioning system in the world and is ideal for large and small spaces.

From left to Right Daikin Philippines Bart Roa - Deputy Division Manager Sales Operations Division, Jed Caburian - Division Manager Sales Operations Division ,Toshiyuki Tanaka - Vice President , Lee Wai Kok - President , Ogie Quitco - Division Manager After Sales Service Division , Gerry Cortez - Division Manager Human Resources and General Affairs

On the other note, the Daikin press conference was hosted by Christian Centenera Ardiente and organized by R & A Events Specialist by Ricci Ang. More information on DAIKIN PHILIPPINES visit

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