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Daikin Tech Built For African Market, Says Fujioka

Daikin’s residential air conditioning product, the newest Japanese technology, is especially built to serve African consumers, according to the company’s President (Middle East and Africa), Hiroshi Fujioka. He disclosed in Lagos that the product will be distributed, sold, and serviced in Nigeria by Panaserv. The 2014 model product launch was hosted in conjunction with Daikin Middle East and Africa. “Daikin air conditioners have been developed in order to meet Africa’s most challenging needs for the best air conditioning,” Fujioka stated.

Panaserv Nigeria promoter, Suraj Rupani, added that the new entrant has built-in protection against over current, over voltage and under voltage.

Other features include an energy saving device which ensures lower electricity consumption up to grade A (EER).

Rupani said Daikin indoor units offer whisper quiet, a huge departure from the current products in the market.

It has turbo cooling, sleep mode, high indoor air quality, mould-proof operation and anti-corrosion protection, which offers durability even under extreme weather conditions.

Daikin Industries was founded in Japan on October 25, 1924 and has since established itself as a provider of comfort solutions.

Supported by a tradition of innovation, quality and energy efficiency, the company offers a complete range of air conditioners for residential, commercial, and industrial use.

Fujioka disclosed that Daikin’s experience in the production of air conditioning equipment, compressors, and refrigerants allowed it to establish itself as the leader in the manufacturing and evolution of these products.

“Daikin is keenly aware of its responsibility to the environment and is firmly committed to providing homes, businesses and industry with the most efficient and safest products to meet their cooling and heating needs, today and in the future,” Rupani added.

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