Tuesday, Jan. 30, 2007: Daikin Launches Water Cooled Variable Refrigerant Volume System

January 30, 2007
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DALLAS - The Daikin AC (Americas) booth was jam-packed with AHR Expo attendees looking over the company’s variety of products.

Daikin is launching at the expo the next generation of its variable refrigerant volume (VRV) systems, the Water Cooled VRV® (VRV-WII), a compact and lightweight structure designed to enable the technologically advanced air conditioning solution to be used in more diverse building applications with greater ease.

The company also introduced the One-Piece Multi-Position Air Handling Unit (FXOQ) to be used with VRV systems, allowing more flexibility and combination possibilities.  

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