Daikin history is also the history of air conditioning.
Read about its 90 fascinating years here.
Daikin Industries Limited founded in Osaka, Japan by Akira Yamada
Daikin's history began with the manufacture of aircraft radiator tubes.
First heat pump type packaged air conditioner developed in Japan
The new "Mifujirator".
The new "Mifujirator" enabled turn-key operation due to automatic control of the compressor, condenser, and fan.
Up until now, high expertise and technical skill was required to operate conventional air conditioning equipment.
Daikin releases world's first commercial
multi-split type air conditioner in Japan
Daikin's first inverter type air conditioner is marketed
Daikin commences operations in Auckland, New Zealand
Daikin inverter wall mounted split system
heat pumps are launched in New Zealand
Daikin New Zealand launches the Inverter ducted
heat pump range – an industry first
Daikin Industries Limited acquires McQuay International
Daikin Industries Limited acquires US company,
Goodman Manufacturing Limited
Introduced US7, the first 7 star energy efficient split system heat pump, into the New Zealand market
Daikin Industries celebrates its
founding in Osaka in 1924
Forests for the air
Daikin's "Forests for the air" project seeks to conserve forests covering some 11 million hectares in seven locations around the world. The project will involve not only reforestation but also support for the local communities in these locations to make their living in a sustainable manner.
Daikin Industries Limited completes construction
of $300M USD "Technology and Innovation Center"
Serving as the hub of innovation, the Technology and Innovation Center assembles the best and brightest from around the world, both inside and outside the group, and provides them with the latest in research and testing facilities. By converging diverse technologies and knowledge in one place, Daikin hopes to create an environment that gives birth to new value that will help Daikin accelerate implementation of "collaborative creation" on a global level through alliances and collaborations with various companies, universities, and research organisations.
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