The reason Daikin FTKY air conditioners are “on the hunt” this summer
Daikin’s new line of air conditioners – FTKY – has won over consumers by integrating various functions to clean the air, save electricity and protect health.
FTKY is a high-end inverter air conditioner that Daikin just launched in 2022, which has quickly attracted consumers who are looking for an energy-saving and health-protecting air conditioner at an affordable price.
The product achieves a 5-star energy efficiency rating according to Department of Industry and Trade standards and has a CSPF energy efficiency index of up to 6.28, one of the highest on the market. The machine integrates many energy-saving functions, such as B. Econo mode, smart eye sensor: Automatically increases the temperature compared to the setting if no human movement is detected in the room after 20 minutes, and returns to the original temperature setting after the user returns. the fourth This function not only saves more electricity, but also saves time waiting for the refrigerator to return, bringing greater convenience to the user.
As Daikin’s strategic product line this year, FTKY pays special attention to health insurance items, a feature that consumers are increasingly looking for in air conditioners, especially after the pandemic.
FTKY has all Daikin air purification features such as: B. an Enzyme Blue filter in combination with a PM2.5 filter. These two filter layers act as a double layer of protection, helping to filter odors, kill viruses, bacteria, mold, allergens and remove fine dust particles.
In particular, FTKY applies Daikin’s patented streamer technology. The streamer is a device mounted in the internal unit of the machine that releases a stream of highly oxidizing electrons 1000 times faster than traditional plasma discharges, killing viruses, bacteria and mold trapped by the filter. Discharge Mechanism The decomposition performance of the streamer corresponds to a 100,000◦C hot heat source. According to tests conducted between 2004 and 2018 by the Japan Food Research Institute and Okayama University of Science, the bactericidal effectiveness of Streamer is 99.9%.
Previously, Daikin only used Streamer technology on air purifiers and some high-end air conditioners for the Japanese market. The company has only been applying this technology to air conditioning products sold in the Vietnamese market since last year.
In addition to its ability to kill bacteria, the streamer helps keep the heatsink cleaner in combination with the anti-mold function: the machine mode starts automatically one hour after the fan is switched off, helping to dry the inside of the indoor unit and thus prevent the accumulation of steam, thereby reducing the growth of mold and bacteria.
In addition to creating a cool room environment, FTKY protects the user’s respiratory system and skin with other advanced technologies. The machine is equipped with a humidity sensor: a humidity sensor in the indoor unit that helps dehumidify and cool down 25% faster than normal models, providing comfort even in hot weather. This hybrid cooling technology has the ability to balance the humidity in the room to 55-65%, which is a reasonable level for human health, prevent dry throat and skin, and protect the interior space.
FTKY is also equipped with a Coanda mask to disperse the air evenly in the room instead of blowing directly on the wearer, providing a comfortable and comfortable feeling while protecting the wearer’s respiratory system.
In order to offer maximum user comfort, the FTKY series has a strong mode that allows for rapid cooling. The device has a sleep mode for better sleep. The remote control display has LED lights, easy for users to operate in the dark.
In order to increase the product lifespan, Daikin has adopted FTKY Super PCB technology to protect the circuit board of outdoor units when the voltage changes between 150V and 260V, which is suitable for places with unstable power supply. FTKY is also equipped with a micro-channel drain that increases the heat dissipation area of the heater by flattening the heat pipes. The microchannel is a device that has long been used in cars and engines.