Daikin

As one of the largest manufacturers of air conditioners in Japan, Daikin provides systems for a wide range of buildings and climates. Operating in Australia since 1969, it has a deep understanding of the local market and its unique requirements.

As part of our commitment to keeping Melbourne homes and businesses warm and cool, we supply and install Daikin’s reverse cycle split air conditioning systems.

Fitted with advanced filters that purify and freshen the air, these systems can trap microscopic particles, control humidity levels, get rid of odours and deactivate viruses and bacteria. 

Daikin is also the only split system air conditioner authorised to display the National Asthma Council’s sensitive choice butterfly symbol.

Optima can supply and install Daikin’s exceptional range of split system units, which include:

  • Wall mounted units
  • Compact floor standing units

Daikin Flexi Units

Dakin’s Flexi Units can be attached to either floor or ceiling level which is beneficial for users with space considerations.

Daikin’s wall mounted units have both heating and cooling, or cooling only functions. They range from 2KW to 9.5 KW and have 24 hour, seven day on/off timer.

The floor standing units are both heating and cooling with standby power function. They range from 2.5KW – 7.1 KW.

The L-series is the most energy efficient Daikin system while the Ururu Sarara split system not only controls temperature and ventilation but humidity levels as well.

Daikin’s Hybrid Split System combines technologies to provide consistent temperature while operating at its rated capacity.

The experts at Optima can provide the right advice when you’re selecting which Daikin heating and cooling system best suits you. Factors for consideration include:

  • The right size system that will suit your home. If the system is too small, it won’t control the temperature effectively. On the other hand, if the system is too large, it will use unnecessary energy. 
  • Noise level considerations
  • Energy efficiency
  • The system’s ability to operate during temperature extremes