Air-con technology from Samsung has been selected for the UAE’s first nuclear plant at Baraka in the Western Region of Abu Dhabi.
Samsung’s DVM (Digital Variable Multi) Plus III system will be supplied by Bayanat Electro Mechanical Company WLL (Bemco), the commercial air-con distributor of Samsung Gulf Electronics in the UAE.
The order was placed by Woojin M&E, one of Korea's leading engineering and MEP firms, and the first to deploy the latest generation of Samsung's multi-zone modular energy-efficient system that utilises advanced energy-saving techniques.
"Woojin M&E was looking for cutting-edge technology in air-conditioning that was both innovative and environment-friendly. DVM Plus III is the latest version of Samsung's DVM series, and offers a comprehensive, cost- and energy-efficient solution that fulfills all of the Baraka nuclear power plant project’s air-con needs.
"We are pleased to have the opportunity to work with Woojin M&E, and look forward to a long and successful partnership," said Hani Nadaf from Samsung Gulf Electronics.
The system uses variable-capacity digital compressor and multiple indoor evaporators with superior features over other inverter and VRF systems.
“It uses R410a refrigerant and provides more flexibility in system design with higher efficiency, while delivering superior personal comfort in each zone and catering to a broad range of applications for both large commercial and residential projects,” said Nadaf.
Bemco was selected based on its expertise in the installation and maintenance of high-efficiency air-con and cooling systems, and its ability to meet challenging schedules.
"We are proud to be associated with Samsung and Woojin M&E on this prestigious project. We are confident that Samsung's DVM III Plus will set a new trend in the region,” said Bemco air-care division manager Michel Farah.