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Daikin VRV Aurora

Description: Daikin VRV Air-Source Cold Climate Condensing Units (Heat Pump / Heat Recovery)

The Daikin VRV AURORA series heat pump and heat recovery systems introduce a new benchmark for VRF technology by integrating advanced technologies to provide comfort control, energy efficiency and reliability. The VRV AURORA series systems set a new industry standard for heating and cooling solutions by delivering high heat capacities at low ambient applications. Daikin VRV AURORA series systems are the first 575V systems to be assembled in North America.
VRF Industry’s first air-cooled system that delivers heating down to -22°F (-30°C) as standard.

FEATURES

  • VRF Industry’s first air-cooled system that delivers heating down to -22°F (-30°C) as standard
  • High heating capacity of up to 100% of nominal at 0°F (-18°C), up to 85% of nominal at -13°F (-25°C) and up to 60% of nominal at -22°F (-30°C)
  • Optimized efficiencies delivered by dedicated all inverter 575V compressors and inverter fan motors
  • Refrigerant cooled inverter technology allows installation without drain pan heaters at extreme low ambient conditions
  • Engineered with Daikin vapor injection compressor for optimized part load efficiencies
  • 1000 hours salt spray tested, Daikin PE Blue fin
  • Auto changeover to back up auxiliary heat as standard
  • Year-round comfort and efficiencies with automatic and customizable Variable Refrigerant Technology (VRT)
  • Designed and optimized for Total Cost of Construction (TCC) and Life Cycle Cost (LCC)
  • Long pipe lengths up to 1640 ft. total and the ability to connect up to 41 indoor units with up to 100 ft. vertical separation between indoor units provide design and installation flexibility
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PROJECT HIGHLIGHT

Hotel Ella

Under new ownership, the historic building known as Mansion at Judges’ Hill recently transformed into Hotel Ella. The building, located near the University of Texas campus in Austin, went through a multi-million dollar renovation into a boutique hotel that is named after the building’s original owner, Ella Wooten. DXS was named basis of design for the project, retrofitting the common areas with 10 tons of Daikin heat recovery. The ductless units that Daikin offers integrated nicely with the existing architecture of the historic building. As a bonus, the increased energy efficiency and use of VRF qualified the owner for Austin Energy rebates.

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