Samsung launches new air conditioners to tap into property development market




Samsung Electronics East Africa has launched its new range of air conditioners to meet growing demand in energy efficient, less space consuming, and eco-friendly products in the property sphere. 

The country has in the past few years experienced a property boom with contractors taking advantage of the vertical space for more returns from commercial and residential commercialization leading to demand of single unit air conditioners and chillers as opposed to several units. 

(TOP: Damaris Kola of Samsung East Africa Electronics takes Waweru Gathecha, President, Architectural Association of Kenya through the features of the newly launched DVM s Eco AC System as Mr Hyung Jung Park (R), & Nandakishore Nair, Regional CE Director, Samsung East Africa look on).

Speaking during the launch Samsung East Africa VP and MD Mr Hyung Jung Park said, ” Samsung is continuously innovating to meet the property market demands by offering unique coolingexperiences, resource conservation and efficient recourse allocation with our new range of Air conditioners and Chillers.” 

He added that Samsung will endeavor to expand the capability of the products with the escalation of major projects in a various counties.

The new range, which are smart products, include the 360 Cassette  air conditioning unit, DVM Chiller, next generation DVM S 30HP, and new side discharge VRF unit – the  DVM S Eco 14HP to serve real estate which will continue being demanding hence the need for revolutionary, technology integrated products to meet the specific tastes and demands of a visually aware market.

Furthermore air conditioners are becoming a necessity with the recent adverse temperatures experienced in various towns all over the country including Nairobi, Mombasa and Kisumu.

This likely to continue in years to come due to climate change, global warming, industrialization and other factors thus the need for air conditioning systems that operate  more efficiently and are less expensive tooperate.

The president of the Architects Association of Kenya (AAK) Mr Waweru Gathecha applauded the move saying smaller, economic, efficient compatible air conditioners and chillers are a specific area of interest to architects and engineers for elegant architecture and design of living spaces and value for the customers. 

He added that the focus has been on releasing space for other purposes in the building by omitting plant rooms and integrating  air conditioners and chillers that  are better elevated, nicely concealed and of a greater effect aesthetically. 

Together, these innovations in HVAC engineering will transform air conditioning by boosting energy efficiency and performance, maximizing space, and increasing cooling speed.




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