A Daikin Split System will air condition one room or an area of your home. Discreet wall-mounted models, compact floor consoles and versatile floor and ceiling units are all part of the Daikin range.

Split systems are available in Cooling Only and Heating & Cooling, plus you can choose from inverter and fixed speed, non-inverter models

Create perfect conditions all year round with Daikin reverse cycle split system air conditioners.


FTXG SeriesWall mounted designs
Daikin's wall-mounted split system air conditioners are an exceptional choice for those wanting a neat unit that blends unobtrusively with its surroundings.

The same advanced technology that makes the Daikin indoor unit so compact also makes it powerful, yet extremely quiet, and kind on energy costs.

B SeriesThe pleasing design of the units also has functional appeal. The smooth surface of the flat panel models can be wiped clean and the flat panel easily removed for more thorough cleaning.

Daikin's air purifying filters and innovative air flow systems ensure that fresh, conditioned air flows to every corner of the room.

Floor standing units Floor Standing Units
Daikin's floor-standing split system air conditioners are compact and ideal for those wanting to position their unit at ground level.

They can even be semi-recessed into the wall. The units use either top, or top and bottom discharges with wide-angle louvres and top discharge auto-swing to efficiently distribute air right across the whole area. Daikin's leading edge technology, together with quality design, delivers superior air conditioning to your home.
Under Ceiling/Floor units
Under Ceiling UnitsThe clever design of these units allow them to go either on the floor or attached to a ceiling, offering flexibility and variety to Daikin's extensive range of air conditioners.

Daikin's advanced technology includes many innovative and patented features that are designed to make our units quieter, more energy efficient, and easier to control.

An easy-to-operate remote control and programmable settings help to ensure the temperature in your home is just they way you like it, when you like it.

Daikin's Inverter Difference The Inverter Difference
Daikin Inverter air conditioners are more powerful, however, they are also more energy efficient than conventional, non-inverter models. Conventional air conditioners operate at a fixed speed, delivering a fixed amount of cooling and heating. While trying to maintain a set temperature they operate on a ‘stop/start' principle.

A Daikin Inverter has a more advanced technology that operates differently. It works like the accelerator of a car, gently increasing or decreasing power. It reaches the desired temperature quicker and steadily maintains it without wild fluctuations. That means uninterrupted comfort and significant savings on running costs.

Daikin Inverter models are incredibly reliable, even in extremes. Your Daikin Inverter's operation is guaranteed, giving you relief even when the mercury soars to as high as 46°C or falls to as low as minus 10°C.

This remote control puts superior comfort at your fingertips. Frequently used buttons are instantly accessible while other buttons are under the cover of the remote.

A large liquid crystal display panel makes it easy to read the settings and the On/Off button has a raised dot so that you can feel it in the dark.  


   

 


     
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