Samsung DVM Mobile app
The Samsung DVM Mobile app is described as a comprehensive product resource, delivering essential information instantly, allowing dealers, contractors and installers to make key decisions on-the-move without the need to access websites or online portals.
Available for Android and iOS, the app’s home screen keeps the user up-to-date with the latest Samsung marketing, product and engineering news and content such as regular newsletters and video, along with access to the main functions; product specifications, energy simulation and controller information. Installers can rapidly access specification tables for Samsung air conditioning equipment, splits and VRF whilst on-the-move, confirming key technical information from Samsung’s product portfolio in an instant.
Engineers benefit from access to advanced user functions with essential installation information and details on the range of advanced controllers. Tools such as instant clarification on error codes, capacity corrections and product and system analysis are effectively managed through the app. These tools enhance consultants’ and engineers’ offerings, by allowing them to deliver answers and solutions quickly.
Latest news from the world of air conditioning and refrigeration
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UK: Industrial refrigeration contractor Stonegrove Refrigeration has appointed Steve Gowing as design and project engineer.
UK: Javac UK, the refrigerant recovery and vacuum pump supplier, has been named as Climate Centers’ Supplier of the Year for the second year running.
USA: Refrigerant manufacturers have appealed against the US International Trade Commission decision not to apply antidumping duties on imports of HFC components from China.
EUROPE: The European Commission has warned that the uptake of training in alternative refrigerants is too low to match the requirements of the F-gas phase down.
SOLOMON ISLANDS: Customs authorities in the Solomon Islands have reported their second seizure of the illegal CFC refrigerant R12 this year.
IRAN: German compressor manufacturer Bitzer has established a subsidiary company in Iran.