Daikin Air Conditioning Solutions
It’s no secret that Daikin stands prominently in the global HVAC arena. Renowned for its energy-efficient appliances, vast selection and exceptional customer support, Daikin air conditioners have become a top choice for many. Realising the intricacies of such advanced systems, Quick Air ensures that only the most proficient technicians, well-versed in Daikin installations, servicing and repairs, handle your prized Daikin units.
Simply dial 1300 730 896, and let Quick Air manage everything else. Let’s delve into the variety of Daikin systems to help you choose the best fit:
Split AC Systems
For cooling specific zones or rooms, Daikin’s split AC systems emerge as an ideal choice. These require no complicated ductwork, and whether you prefer wall-mounted or floor-standing models, installation is a breeze. Match your interior décor with an array of stylish options available.
Daikin’s Urusara 7 promises unmatched comfort throughout the year. It boasts:
- 3D airflow mechanism ensuring uniform cooling
- Filter that releases purified, bacteria- and mould-free air
- Unique Intelligent Eye feature
- 7 distinct dehumidifying configurations
- Self-cleaning filter system with a dust collection box
The Zena Range
Daikin Zena, with its innovative design and cutting-edge technology, remains a favourite. It includes an Intelligent Eye for energy efficiency and wireless connectivity for remote control.
Daikin also shines with its multi-split air conditioning units – these are designed for simultaneous heating or cooling across various rooms without the need for ducts. Every room can have its distinct settings. Daikin’s top multi-split systems include:
- Super Multi NX
- VRV- IVS
Ducted AC Systems
Daikin air conditioners in the ducted category ensure consistent and reliable cooling, seamlessly integrating within suspended ceilings or floors. These are particularly suited for larger commercial or residential areas. Among Daikin’s offerings are:
- Premium Inverter
- Inverter Bulkhead
- Standard Inverter
Daikin pioneered the introduction of R32 – a more efficient and eco-friendly refrigerant. Its low GWP and zero ODP make it superior to traditional refrigerants, coupled with its recyclability. Achieving up to 10% energy savings, many Daikin units incorporate this refrigerant, setting the brand apart in the HVAC industry.
Choosing Quick Air for Daikin Installation and Maintenance
- We provide comprehensive HVAC solutions.
- Our certified technicians are adept at the latest Daikin air conditioners technologies.
- With experience across Daikin’s broad range, we guarantee expert service.
- We ensure rapid and dependable solutions for all HVAC concerns.
In conclusion, to maximise the longevity of your Daikin units, trust Quick Air for all your maintenance needs.
Frequently Asked Questions
Typically, you won’t need to refill the gas in your mini-split AC unit. With the passage of time, only small leaks occur, and they are usually at the valves. If you feel like the gas is leaking out of the system, call in a professional technician. If the technician is unable to find the leak, you may need to replace the unit.
It’s worth noting that gas leaks really shouldn’t occur if your system is installed correctly, and you take care of the regular tune-ups. If for some reason the leak wastes gas, you can get it filled by an expert. The gas service provider will make sure that there’s no more leakage – only then you can rest assured that your system is working properly.
If you feel like your unit isn’t working properly, you need to check:
- If the filters need to be cleaned – usually, in such cases, clogged filters are the issue.
- Are the temperature and the operation mode settings correct?
- Is the fan speed and direction of airflow appropriate?
- Are there any objects blocking the area directly below or next to the air conditioner?
- Did you leave any windows or doors open?
- Is the ventilation fan working properly?
Some Daikin AC models, like Urusara 7, do not require a filter clean-up – their advanced technology picks up dust particles from the filter and gathers them in a separate box. For other models that need to be serviced manually, manufacturers suggest that you should clean the filters every two weeks. Of course, more frequent clean-up sessions will be needed if you live in more dusty or polluted environments. Cleaning your filters is the most important maintenance task that can increase the lifespan of your unit.
Usually, in such cases, there is no malfunctioning of the air conditioner. It simply means that there was a voltage fluctuation, and your AC stopped working as a result. This is a protective measure taken to save the appliance from any major problems – the operation should resume automatically in a few minutes.