Workspace design and environment play a huge role in employee engagement and productivity. As such, companies must make sure their spaces are comfortable and are places that inspire people to do their best work.
There are many ways to create the ideal office environment. Among them: maintaining the proper temperature in every room. Research shows a space that’s too cold can have the same negative effect on employees’ performance as a space that’s too warm. To have the most pleasant experience in air conditioning, you can equip your workspace with an innovative cooling solution like the Samsung 360 Cassette.
This air conditioner boasts of the world’s first circular design with an innovative 360-degree airflow that ensures optimal air conditioning. This state-of-the-art feature eliminates hot and cold spots as it distributes air evenly to every corner of the room, ensuring a more comfortable and cold-draft free environment.
The circular Cassette provides 360-degree airflow that ensures optimal air conditioning.
The Samsung 360 Cassette also boasts a unique bladeless technology, which delivers 100% of air volume without any loss. Compared to traditional 4-way Cassette units, which can lose up to 25% of air volume, this innovation ensures cooling efficiency.
Beyond its functionality, the Samsung 360 Cassette’s pioneering design also makes it a popular choice for many architects and interior designers. Its perfectly round shape and elegant design make it easy to blend in any space. Companies can even opt to customize their units with any color, pattern, or image.
The Samsung 360 Cassette is available at authorized Samsung Aircon Specialists nationwide. For more details, visit samsung.com/ph/business/ air-conditioners/
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