The new Sky Air A - series: low on height, big on value

Press Release, September 2019

Building on the multi-award winning success of its revolutionary Sky Air A-Series launched in 2017, Daikin has taken the next steps in the evolution of its Sky Air A-series, with the introduction of a unique range of low height single fan outdoor units from 3.5 up to 25 kW.
 

Vienna, September 2019 - The Sky Air A-series, which incorporates Daikin’s advanced Bluevolution technology, is the most advanced light commercial system using R-32 refrigerant. R-32 has a GWP which is 68% lower than R410A and requires 16% less refrigerant charge, reducing the environmental impact of the complete range.

Delivering outstanding energy efficiency with a SEER performance of 8.2, the new low height units – less than a metre high - are the lowest on the market, allowing discreet installation below window height for capacities up to 25 kW.

With the launch of the low height Sky Air Alpha (RZAG71-140N*) and Sky Air Advance-series (RZA200-250D), all Sky Air ranges from 3.5kW to 25kW, now come in a single-fan casing.

 

Driven by installer needs 

Performance, ease of handling and flexibility in installation have been key drivers in the development of the Sky Air A-Series. With the new low height range, these key benefits have become even better:

  • A newly positioned handle for easier transportation and carrying

  • Compact size enables easy handling with just two people.

  • A redesigned front plate provides access to all critical components in seconds as only one screw needs to be removed and the access area has been increased

  • With longer pipe lengths of up to 100 metres, the Sky Air Advance-series 20-25 kW units can now accommodate any site with an R32 solution.

  • The most complete R-32 indoor unit line-up is now extended with a 20- and 25 kW concealed ceiling unit (FDA)


Thanks to their new improved design and use of R-32 refrigerant, the new units do not require an annual refrigerant containment check and in up to 60% of applications have been installed without additional refrigerant charge.
 

Anthony Ysebaert, product manager Sky Air, Daikin Europe NV says:

“The launch of the original Sky Air R-32 range in 2017 was a resounding success both with users and installers, providing an easy to fit and maintain solution with maximum environmental credentials and low running costs.

“For Daikin, the continuous development of our products to deliver on environmental targets as well as on comfort and efficiency remain central to our sustainability strategies. The next generation Sky Air A-series low height range fulfils those imperatives on all counts”

For further information on the new Sky Air A-Series low height range visit www.daikin.eu/sky-air-bluevolution.
View the installation process at: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RdxRpQFpK6M.

 

Daikin Airconditioning Central Europe
Daikin Airconditioning Central Europe was founded in 1999 with its headquarters in Brunn am Gebirge, Austria. The product portfolio comprises products and solutions for heating, cooling, ventilation, airconditioning and refrigeration. Roughly 410 employees are in charge of the sales and service activities in 16 countries in Central and Eastern Europe (Austria, Czech Republic, Slovakia, Hungary, Romania, Bulgaria, Moldavia, Slovenia, Serbia, Croatia, Bosnia & Herzegovina, Macedonia, Montenegro, Kosovo, Albania, Poland).


About Daikin Europe N.V.
Daikin Europe N.V. is a wholly-owned subsidiary of Daikin Industries Limited and a major European producer of air conditioners, heating systems and refrigeration equipment, with approximately 7600 employees throughout Europe and major manufacturing facilities based in Belgium, the Czech Republic, Germany, Italy, Turkey and the UK.
Globally, Daikin is renowned for its pioneering approach to product development and the unrivalled quality and versatility of its integrated solutions. With more than 90 years of experience in the design and manufacture of heating and cooling technologies, Daikin is a market leader in heat pump technology.


Press contact:
Marijke Slijkhuis
Marketing & Communication, Daikin Airconditioning Central Europe HandelsgmbH
Tel.: +43 (0)1 – 253 21 11 - 175
Mail: slijkhuis.m@daikin.at
Lemböckgasse 59/1/1, 1230 Vienna, Austria

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