The Japanese company Daikin is considered one of the leaders in the production of climate technology. Founded in 1924, the company was the first in Japan to succeed in synthesizing freon, which allowed it, starting in 1938, to master the full cycle of production of refrigeration equipment. In 1958, Daikin engineers developed the world's first heat pump air conditioner, making Daikin an immediate leader in residential air conditioning. Ten years later, a new successful development appeared - a multi-split system in which one external unit could work with five internal ones.
Since 1995, Daikin's commitment to energy savings has resulted in three versions of air conditioners on the market with significantly reduced energy consumption. In 2003, the company developed a unique VRV II system that ran on an environmentally friendly refrigerant. To date, Daikin has 12 factories around the world with a total area of one and a half million square meters. In addition to Japan, where 6 factories are located, the production of air conditioners is established in the USA, Australia, Asia and Europe. The company employs more than 30 thousand people, which is a very high indicator in the climate industry. Already, Daikin is considered one of the world leaders in the production of air conditioners and the largest manufacturer of split systems in Europe, and this is the best confirmation that the company's products meet the highest quality standards. Daikin air conditioning systems are considered among the best in the world, and this applies to both industrial and domestic air conditioners.
At the heart of Daikin's success is the company's trinity philosophy: ecology, comfort and profitability, so it's no surprise that Daikin air conditioners are extremely popular among consumers. The company is constantly improving its products, as a result of which Daikin air conditioners have extremely low energy consumption and are compatible with other climate equipment. In fact, Daikin is the flagship of technological progress in the field of air conditioning.