Cabinet and Fin for Commercial and Industrial Air-Conditioner

Daikin Industries (Thailand) Ltd.
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Effective Date:
February 21, 2019 - February 20, 2020
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Heavy salt resistance fin and sheet metal structure for aggressive-area installation.
DAIKIN's VRV “MAX" Heavy Salt Resistance Treatment is applied on the heat exchanger and sheet metal casing to achieve high anti-corrosion performance even in very high corrosive environments, without performance drop. This allows installation in highly aggressive environments, such as industrial areas with high humidity and coastal areas with high salinity.  DAIKIN's VRV Heavy Salt Resistance Series are developed for extended durability and lifespan in coastal area installation, with lower upkeep and maintenance costs. 

* This information was provided by Daikin Industries (Thailand) Ltd. and may contain additional information outside the scope of this Claim Verification.

Applicable To:
RXQ*****W and RXUQ*****W

Marketing Claim Verified by UL

Heat exchanger and casing withstand 25 years of simulated high salinity, humidity atmosphere, and atmospheric corrosivity

Verification Method

C5 Level Corrosion Protection Test for Cabinet and Fin of Air-conditioner in accordance to ISO 12944-6:2018 and ISO 9227:2017.

About the Manufacturer

FOR THE AIR WE LIVE IN Air is essential to our existence, and our role in protecting it continues to expand. Since our founding in 1924, we have devoted ourselves with unbridled passion to overcoming the ever-evolving challenges of air to become the leading manufacturer of air conditioning equipment. Leveraging our unique cutting-edge technology, we deliver outstanding products and system solutions to ensure comfortable and sustainable living environments for all people and regions of the world. That has been, and will always be, the Daikin mission.

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