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Daikin UK unveils first commercial R32 range in the UK

New Blluevolution range claims highest seasonal energy efiiciency, together with half GWP of predecessessor

Daikin UK has launched its new air conditioning range, named Bluevolution, using R32 refrigerant. Encompassing Daikin Split and Sky Air systems, the R32 Bluevolution range offers a future proof, affordable, air conditioning solution, the firm says, along with being quick and easy to install with reduced leak check requirements.

Following the initial launch of the Bluevolution range in Pilsen, Czech Republic, for traditional split units, the Bluevolution range has now expanded to include the Daikin Emura and Sky Air products. The R32 range now also includes the Seasonal Smart High COP Roundflow Cassette and new iTab Controller.

The new range provides the highest Seasonal Energy Efficiency Ratio (SEER) and Seasonal Coefficient of Performance (SCOP) ratings, offering improved energy efficiency and reduced environmental impact.

Martin Passingham, Product Manager for DX at Daikin UK said, “We’re extremely excited to be launching the first commercial R32 range within the UK market. As the F-Gas phase-out continues, it is important that installers and customers make the move to lower GWP refrigerant-based systems.With very little difference to the R410A installation process, installation with R32 gas is simple and straightforward, and provides only benefits for the end user. Offering the ultimate in energy efficiency and control, the new Bluevolution range delivers a future proof investment throughout the F-gas phase out. Alongside the efficient R32 refrigerant, additional new system features, such as a power saving mode, ensure low running costs over the course of the systems’ lifetime.”

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