Samsung deploys GenNext AC systems for Expo 2020 projects

The brand also adopted a holistic approach to ensure seamless service installation and continuity

  
Expo 2020 Dubai records about 3 million visitors since its grand opening in October. Image courtesy Dubai Media Office Twitter handle. Image used for illustrative purpose.

Expo 2020 Dubai records about 3 million visitors since its grand opening in October. Image courtesy Dubai Media Office Twitter handle. Image used for illustrative purpose.

Samsung Gulf Electronics has confirmed its key involvement in the Expo 2020 projects with the deployment of its next-generation ventilation and air conditioning systems (VAC) at 16 buildings and key spaces for the gala event, thus ensuring sustained comfort for exhibitors, guests, and attendees.
 
In line with the brand’s enduring commitment to devote its talent and technology towards creating superior services and experiences, Samsung has shed light on its successful efforts to provide essential cooling and fresh air solutions across various on-site locations, said the statement from the company.
 
Since its opening last month, Samsung’s VAC systems are helping uphold an environment that aligns with the highest possible standards of safety and satisfaction for all, said its top official.
"Samsung has always been proud to support events and exhibitions of all kinds in the geographies where we operate through the provision of world-class services and solutions," remarked Ali Al Zein, the Head of System AC.
 
"Our latest efforts in this direction are ongoing at one of the biggest occasions to be held in the UAE in recent years, and we are thrilled to be involved as part of the VAC system project. Already, these systems, which are an embodiment of our passion for innovation, have made a big impact, and we look forward to making more contributions over the coming months, he added.
 
Backed by industry-leading features and functionalities, Samsung’s VAC systems comprise a variable refrigerant flow (VRF) condensing units with an interface (DX AHU-kit), and ducted split air conditioning that are all controlled by building management system (BMS).
 
The brand also adopted a holistic approach to ensure seamless service installation and continuity.

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