Samsung has launched the world’s first Wind-Free room air conditioner and system air conditioner range in India. These new air conditioners integrate Samsung’s exclusive Wind-Free Cooling technology that provides a cooler indoor climate with lower power consumption and without the discomfort of direct cold airflow.
In the air conditioning segment, direct cold air dispersion and skyrocketing electricity bills are two problems that today’s customers are weary of the most. The world’s first Wind-Free™ Room Air Conditioner & Systems Air Conditioner from Samsung addresses both of these issues together, providing unparalleled cooling comfort while guaranteeing optimum energy efficiency. Customer-centric innovation lies at the core of our brand promise and this product pivots around this very approach. The new technology is specially designed to cater to Indian consumer’s specific needs and preferences, given the severe climatic conditions here, said Vipin Agarwal, Director, System Air Conditioning Business, Samsung India.
Samsung Wind-Free Air Conditioners: Price in India, Availability
The Samsung Wind-Free AC range is now available from all leading retail stores in India from a starting price of Rs.50,950 to Rs.74,260. The range is customizable with 1 Way Cassette, 4 Way Cassette, & Mini 4 Way Cassette as per the user’s requirement. Samsung will be showcasing the Wind-Free AC range at ACREX 2018 at BIEC, Bengaluru.
Samsung Wind-Free Air Conditioners: Features
The new Samsung Wind-Free ACs utilize the world’s first 8 Pole series and Anti-corrosion Durafin condenser, specifically designed for India’s harsh climatic conditions. Samsung’s Wind-Free cooling technology works using a two-step cooling system. First, the room temperature is lowered quickly using the ‘Fast Cooling Mode’. Once the desired temperature has been achieved, it automatically switches to ‘Wind-Free Cooling Mode’ in which ‘still air’ is used to maintain the set temperature through 9,000 to 21,000 micro air holes in the indoor unit. Samsung claims the Wind-Free Cooling Mode uses up to 72% less power compared to Fast Cooling Mode.