We are committed to elevating the quality of air in homes, businesses, and public spaces. As a global leader in HVAC&R applications, we strive to leverage the insights and innovations of Daikin worldwide to create better indoor environments across North America.
Daikin plants deep roots wherever we operate, making material contributions with the mindset of advancing sustainability and building thriving communities. To date, we've invested more than $7 billion in people and facilities. (*U.S. data)
Years In North America
FY21 Sales (¥840.5B, $1=¥112)*
Our combined focus on air conditioning, fluorochemicals, and filters helps us innovate in ways to advance the health and comfort of people and spaces across the globe, and we continue to push innovation within these categories with our wide offering of products and services.
At Daikin, we are committed to the future of North America, our employees and communities, consumers and partners, and the air management industry as a whole.
From equipment to refrigerant, Daikin is an industry leader working to develop perspective innovations that create superior comfort while increasing environmental sustainability.
Daikin's history begins with the manufacture of aircraft radiator tubes
In 1938, Daikin achieved a Japanese first with the delivery of "Mifujirator," a refrigeration unit using fluorocarbon refrigerant.
Daikin develops Japan's first packaged air conditioner and enables turn-key operation.
Apollo 11 Mission to the moon uses AAF Filters
Multi-split type air conditioner is developed. This allowed for multiple rooms to be air conditioned and was an instant hit.
World's first production plant for next-generation refrigerant R-32
World’s first Split System with built-in humidification launched
Rebel® system first to meet U.S. Department of Energy Rooftop Challenge
World’s first R-32 unit commercially launched
Established Technology and Innovation Center, a new core base of Daikin group’s research and new technology development
Opened the Daikin North American Research and Development Center (NARDC) at Daikin Texas Technology Park
Launched its first smart thermostat, an intelligent home air controller
Daikin group in the U.S. announced it would adopt R-32 and develop ducted and ductless residential, light commercial, and applied products using R-32