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Explore the world of climate control

Discover heat pumps and air conditioning with Samsung.

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    What is a heat pump

    Discover year-round comfort with a heat pump system from Samsung. It cools in summer, warms in winter, and provides hot water. Experience complete climate control in your home today.

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    What is air conditioning

    Learn about air conditioning and the solutions Samsung has available for you. Our systems are available to keep you cool, but also provide heating in winter time. Discover the many benefits of Samsung Air Conditioning.

State of the art climate solutions

Designed with human-driven innovation at their core.

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    WindFree™ air conditioning

    Introducing Samsung’s unique range of air conditioners with WindFree™ technology, for ultimate indoor comfort in any space without cold drafts¹.

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    SmartThings

    With automation, device integration, and effortless control for a connected and convenient home. Now is the time to embrace smart living with SmartThings.

Online Product Catalogues

Our product catalogues are available online to make life easier for you.

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    Residential & Light Commercial

    Innovative climate systems that provide extraordinary comfort and outstanding efficiency for homes and small businesses.

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    Commercial

    Systems that combine stunning design and advanced performance to fulfill the unique climate needs of any commercial space - large or small.

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    EHS

    Air to Water Heating Systems that use efficient heat pump technology to deliver supreme comfort and low operating costs.

¹ ASHRAE (the American Society of Heating, Refrigerating, and Air-Conditioning Engineers) defines “Still Air” as air currents moving at speeds below 0.15 m/s with no cold drafts.