Samsung Electronics exhibited its innovative HVAC solutions at the 2019 International Air-Conditioning, Heating, Refrigerating Exposition (AHR Expo) in Atlanta, Georgia from January 14-16, a company spokesman said.
The AHR Expo is the largest event of its kind in the world and about 60,000 people expected to attend across the exhibition’s three days, as Samsung strengthens its presence in the North American market, he said.
Visitors to the Samsung booth could experience first-hand the company’s leadership in HVAC technology, with the full Wind-Free™ cooling system lineup – comprising both residential and commercial units – showcased at the expo. Highlights included the Wind-Free™ 4Way Cassette, which was named a finalist in the Cooling segment of the 2019 AHR Expo Innovation Awards.
Samsung has also unveiled its complete range of ventilation systems specifically made for the North American market, including its Dedicated Outdoor Air System (DOAS) and Energy Recovery Ventilator (ERV). The DOAS system is used in conjunction with a Samsung air conditioner and treats 100% of the outdoor air to match the desired indoor room temperature and humidity levels, thus improving indoor air quality and reducing the load on other HVAC equipment in a building.
The ERV system ventilates a room by transferring the indoor air’s thermal energy outdoors. Users could enjoy clean air thanks to the system’s special structure, which blocks pollution sources from flowing back into the room, the spokesman said. The system also keeps the room temperature constant, so users can save on the operating costs of heating and cooling.
In addition, the company debuted a system air conditioner that strengthens connectivity with other smart devices and is equipped with Open Connectivity Foundation (OCF)-based Wi-Fi technology. Samsung’s IoT technology has facilitated easy-to-use and energy-efficient HVAC solutions, allowing users to control or monitor their air conditioner inside the home with their voice alone via Family Hub™.