- Indoor unit
The fan blows warm air through the heat exchanger in which the coolant flows. This coolant absorbs heat from the air and then releases the cooled air back into the room.
- Copper piping
The coolant flows through the indoor and outdoor unit via a copper pipe and transfers heat from the indoor unit to the outdoor unit.
- Outdoor unit
Due to the compression of the refrigerant gas, this gas is heated up to the boiling point. In an outdoor unit, this heat produced by compression is discharged into the outside air by a fan that drives the outside air through a heat exchanger.
Refrigerant in the liquid state returns to the indoor unit.
- Indoor unit
Back in the indoor unit, the refrigerant pressure is reduced, which allows it to again absorb heat from the indoor air.
WHAT DO WE PRODUCE?
AThe current portfolio of our products can be found on the pages of Daikin business branch office in Prague.
We are currently manufacturing on nine assembly lines - three are for outdoor air conditioning units and six for indoor air conditioning units designed for the residential market (households).
PRINCIPLE OF AIR CONDITIONING
The principle of air conditioning is always the same - it absorbs the energy in one place and it drains it out in another.
This process requires an outdoor unit, an indoor unit, and a copper pipe that connects the two units. Through this duct a cooling liquid flows, which absorbs energy in one unit and discharges it out through the second unit.