Hilea Care Centre
Reliability and capability for energy saving during partial load operation…
Reliability and capability for energy saving during partial load operation were very important. The investor was impressed with the performance of Daikin's VRV system and its sales in the market. The demand for care centers in Brazil is estimated to increase.
The City Center
Designed in 2008 with a full-glass façade, this stylish 42-storey municipal…
Designed in 2008 with a full-glass façade, this stylish 42-storey municipal office building lacked floor space for installing air cooled condensers. The initial design called for a chiller system, but learning of Daikin's space-saving designs and energy efficiency systems the owner approached us for a consultation. We recommended a water cooled VRV system using cooling towers with outdoor units housed inside the building. After many rounds of meetings, proposals, and further improvements, the owner became convinced Daikin offered the optimum solution to his needs.
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Crowne Plaza Hotel
This was a retro-fit project, starting from 2005. As the hotel building is a historical…
This was a retro-fit project, starting from 2005. As the hotel building is a historical structure, they have false ceiling and shaft problems. The owner and designer favored the VRV system due to no mechanical installation space. After we told the owner and designer how the VRV system offers 20% energy efficiency improvement compared to existing system as well as easy operation and maintenance, they decided to go with the VRV system. A heat recovery system was used for the guest rooms and heat pump system was installed for public space. Outside air processing units were used in public space to keep the air fresh.
The Palace of Westminster
The Daikin VRV system has been chosen to replace existing R-22 system during…
The Daikin VRV system has been chosen to replace the existing R-22 system during a refurbishment project at the Palace of Westminster, one of the country's most iconic listed buildings. The VRV system can reduce the cost of upgrading R-22 equipment by up to 50% when compared with total system replacement and is also able to reduce energy consumption by up to 40%.