Samsung launches new industrial AC in Jordan
Amman, April 10, 2013
Samsung Electronics, a leader in consumer electronics and digital technology, has launched the latest central air conditioning system for industrial projects DVM S at an event in Amman.
The new central air conditioning systems features Samsung’s “Inverter Compressor” technology, in addition to the smart controlling features that include: Auto Commissioning and Management (ACM), as this feature shortened the time considerably from 180 minutes to 50 minutes providing automated real time management, allowing the users to review data reports, making the maintenance easier and less time consuming and money savor as you can connect with the system via Wi-Fi channels.
DVM S system units come in small design for the internal and external units in comparison with other manufacturers, as it consumes smaller space and gives higher performance, while giving different temperatures in different areas.
Bumsuk Hong, Samsung Electronics Levant president said: “We are proud with the products offered by Samsung Electronics as it offers variety of devices to fit the different needs, and the new DVM S system revolutionize the air conditioning industry, while the Vapor Injection technology the performance, energy efficiency and saves money.”
Samir Khoury, CEO of Samsung’s distributor United Pioneering Business, said: “The success we have achieved by partnering with Samsung Electronics Levant reflects the product quality and the high level of customer service offered by UPB, while we strive to accomplish more achievements that supply peoples’ needs.”
DVM S offers the world’s largest capacity for one external unit up to 88HP and the highest level of IPLV 6.15 by adopting the dual inverter compressor, not to mention the flexibility in installation with the long pipes that can reach 1000m long, allowing the Samsung VRF system to work in the highest temperature regions, a statement said. – TradeArabia News Service
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