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An Affordably Cool Summer with Samsung

Tue, 29 September 2015 18:54
by Press Release
Business

Samsung Electronics Co., Ltd., is re-launching its range of air conditioners- the Boracay and Maldives series-as summer fast approaches. The best-selling ait conitioners feature the latest in energy-saving and clean air technology, at affordable pricing.

“The Boracay and Maldives air conditioners each offer consumers something different and their cost efficiency makes air conditioning accessible to all,” says Michael McKechnie, Head of Digital Appliances at Samsung Electronics. “The units are both split types that blend seamlessly with any environment, creating a sophisticated and stylish addition to any home.”

With its unique technology, users can keep any area cool and comfortable while saving on energy, keeping people healthy and reducing noise. The Samsung ‘Smart Saver’ mode automatically maintains the temperature using the compressor to chill the room in the shortest period of time, thereby saving on electricity. Both the Boracay and Maldives air conditioners come with the latest innovation in air filtering technology, featuring a Full High Density Filter that purifies air – keeping users from breathing in microscopic dust particles and pollution.

Samsung’s Triple Protector Technology - which kicks in during a power surge to protect the engine, controller and fin- allows users to rest easy in the event of load shedding. Advanced digital controllers and features also protect against overly hot weather and unstable electricity supply – preventing any one single part of the air conditioners from being overloaded.

Samsung’s unique technology reduces electricity consumption by up to 36% when compared with standard cooling modes. The Maldives Series has an extra feature known as the ‘Samsung Smart Inverter’ which reduces energy consumption to lower running costs. This groundbreaking Samsung technology saves up to 60% on energy consumption, maintaining the temperature without having to regularly turn the compressor on and off.

Equipped with a sleep mode function, users are ensured a peaceful night’s sleep, keeping room temperature optimal throughout the night and minimising noise levels.

“The Boracay and Maldives models feature the latest in Samsung technology and are affordable, making them the perfect choice for the home. Their updated features and capabilities ensure that consumers can invest in a digital cooling solution that will keep them comfortable, for years. We believe these products are the most innovative in the industry and offer the perfect combination of design, economy and functionality, in line with our vision.”