Daikin Air Conditioners

Hearth House is proud to be able to supply and install Daikin air conditioners.

Daikin air conditioners are renowned for their quality and performance.

Daikin is a large Japanese manufacturer where they design and manufacture every component for their wide range of units.

Daikin Perth has their own dedicated service technicians, so any issues are attended too in a timely manner.

Daikin manufacture a wide range of refrigerated air conditioners to suit all home designs or complicated commercial buildings.

Wall splits, cassette splits, floor splits, ducted systems and FRF systems.

All Daikin systems installed in residential or commercial applications are covered with a full 5 years parts and labour warranty.

 

Daikin Wall Split System Air Conditioners (add a photo of a Zena wall split)

A wall split is ideal if you only want to treat one room.

Daikin reverse cycle wall splits are available from 2.0kw units up to 8kw units and in a variety of models

Daikin’s basic wall split system is the L series. This is a R410 gas unit.

Daikin who manufacture the new R32 gas, have the Q series wall split from 2kw up to 9.4kw

The Zena is a curved front Daikin wall split available in white or silver

If you need a wall split that will not remove all the humidity in a room, look no further than the Daikin Cora reverse cycle wall split.

The outdoor unit sits outside and the indoor unit in the room.

Hearth House can install the outdoor unit on wall brackets or even a roof if space is an issue.

Add a Wi-Fi dongle to the Cora or Zena wall splits and control the wall split on your smart device

 

Daikin Multi Split Air Conditioners

Only have space for one outdoor unit, but want a number of indoor units

Ceiling space is limited and no ducting can be installed

Still have separate control in each room, with different temperatures

Daikin Multi splits come in a range of indoor units, wall splits, bulkhead units, floor cassettes or ceiling cassettes

No walls or very small wall or no ceiling, then a Daikin floor split may be the answer

Hearth House consultants can advise what is best for your home or office

 

Daikin Cassette Split Air Conditioners

No wall space for a normal wall split

No ceiling space for a ducted split system

A Daikin Cassette air conditioner requires little ceiling space and only the  refrigeration pipe work and the condensation drain to be run to the outside of the home or building

Daikin make a number of ceiling split systems with different face dimensions to suit the size and room design

A cassette split located in the middle of a large open area is more efficient to operate than a wall split.

 

Daikin Ducted Reverse Cycle Air Conditioner

Daikin have a range of ducted reverse cycle ducted systems in both single and three phases

Daikin ducted reverse cycle systems come in either Daikin Standard Inverter or Daikin Premium Inverter

The Daikin Standard Inverter is suitable for installations that only require up to 75mt pipe runs depending on the size of the system.

Daikin Premium ducted air conditioners are suitable for system change overs, where the existing pipe work is not able to be replaced, but can be reused with a system using R410 refrigeration gas.

Ducted reverse cycle air conditioners are designed to provide treated air conditioned comfort to all parts of a home all year round

In Western Australia most ducted systems are installed with zones.

Daikin ducted air conditioners are fully compatible with iZone controllers and iSave systems to assist in controlling your operating costs.

Even the large Daikin ducted refrigerated system will split in half so the Hearth House installer can get it into the roof space of an existing home

Daikin ducted refrigerated systems are available with Daikin manufactured 4 zone or 8 zone controllers

 

Daikin VRF Systems

Variable Refrigerant Flow (VRF) is suitable for large commercial developments.

Daikin VRF systems again connect via refrigeration pipes to a variety of indoor heads.

The cleaver part of Daikin VRF systems is that main pipe work is run to junction boxes, where the pipe work to the various heads is then branched off. This saves in pipe work.

Even more cleaver, a Daikin 3 pipe VRF system allows one head to be on cooling whilst the other are on heating or any such combination

 

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