Daikin Intelligent Chiller Manager (iCM) is a factory-engineered system control, specifically designed to optimize the performance of a group of chillers. The iCM harmonizes the way every single chiller in a plant operates, making them work like a team, and allowing them to reach their goal with minimum effort, both in terms of energy consumption and mechanically. All this translates into chillers’ increased durability and efficiency, generating operating and maintenance cost savings. Daikin iCM can also be connected to Daikin cloud monitoring platform Daikin on Site, for active remote monitoring, and can be integrated to the most popular building management systems (BMS), ensuring a perfect building management integration.
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Your return on investment is our primary concern. Learn more about how our inverter technology on screw compressors reduces running costs on our air-cooled and water-cooled chillers and heat pumps, and discover the full value of our system solutions Daikin Master / Slave and Intelligent Chiller Manager (iCM) to get the most out of your chiller plant.
Discover how Daikin supports your Green Building projects. Our product portfolio can provide many credits in different areas for BREEAM and LEED rating systems, facilitating the certification process of your project, and thereby shortening your return on investment.
TRUE or FALSE? When full load is not required, it’s best to shut down units in multiple chiller plants
Well, the answer is false. Thanks to the high efficiency in part load operation with inverter, running all the chillers in the plant in part load (even if they have “fix-speed” pumps on primary circuits) can be more efficient than shutting down part of the chillers. The Inverter or VDF (Variable Frequency Drive) is an electronic power component, by varying the frequency of the motor power supply; it modulates the compressor rotational speed (RPM) and in such a way that is controls the compressor capacity.
The software activates an alarm in the event of a potential leakage and reports occurrences and frequency over time. This allows users to have a complete overview of the activity over twelve months, and then allows users to take action and set preventive measures if needed.
Daikin Applied puts safety first with a comprehensive range of health, safety, Quality and Environmental certifications
HVAC specialist Daikin Applied UK has successfully acquired a comprehensive range of health, safety, Quality and Environmental professional certifications for its contracting and service business and are members of the British Safety Council. J&E Hall, which trades as Daikin Applied Service (DAPS), is now a gold member of the Contructionline accreditation scheme that connects clients with safe and competent suppliers. The company has also achieved health & safety accreditation from Safety Schemes in Procurement (SSIP) – the industry reassurance scheme for public and private sector buyers, which is supported by the Health and Safety Executive (HSE).