What are air-to-air heat pumps?
Air-to-air heat pumps heat and cool your home with energy extracted from the air and just 20% electricity - an exceptionally energy-efficient way to achieve the perfect temperature year-round.
- New built
- Replacement of electric heating
- Quickly reduce your energy consumption
When building a new house with high insulation, a Daikin air-to-air heat pump fits all heating and cooling needs. Plus, their A+++ energy efficiency ratings and low environmental impact meet all green building requirements.
Replacement of electric heating
An air-to-air heat pump is the ideal solution when replacing electric heating.
Our flexible units are easy to install, offering several designs to fit your needs the best. With up to A+++ energy efficiency ratings both in heating and cooling, you can save a lot on your energy consumption.
NEW: Multi+ is an all-in-one system to offer heating, cooling and domestic hot water for houses up to 80m².
Quickly reduce your energy consumption
If your current heating system is not yet outdated, but you want to reduce your energy consumption, you could consider installing an air-to-air heat pump as add-on system. This will give you the opportunity to use your heat pump for heating and cooling and only use your current heating system for hot water production.
Best-in-class energy efficiency
Daikin air-to-air heat pumps offer up to A+++ energy efficiency thanks to a number of advanced solutions. Our signature inverter technology, for example, reduces the energy consumption by up to 30% compared to a non-inverter system, simply by adjusting the speed of the motor as required instead of shutting it down and starting it back up completely.
Cool and heat up to 5 rooms
Daikin air-to-air heat pumps offer a range of options: either connect a single indoor unit to one outdoor unit, or use our multi-split system to connect up to five indoor units to one outdoor unit. The multi-split system allows you to efficiently cool or heat up to five different rooms to different temperatures.