Creating healthy indoor air quality for homes with Samsung Wind-Free Air Conditioner


Creating healthy indoor air quality for homes with Samsung Wind-Free Air Conditioner

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As people are spending more time indoors, it is vital that air conditioners at homes not only bring down the temperature, but also provide clean, healthy air for the comfort of homeowners.

Stay comfortably cool at all times

Often with air conditioners, once the the desired temperature has been set in a room, the continued airflow from the indoor unit can become uncomfortably chilling. Continuous, direct exposure to cold drafts of air can affect the respiratory system and users’ health, making them more prone to illness. Homes with young children or family members who suffer from respiratory symptoms may be wary about keeping their air conditioners turned on for long periods.

The Samsung Wind-Free Air Conditioner was developed to alleviate this inconvenience. It features 23,000 micro air holes, which gently disperse cold air evenly throughout a room. This way, users can enjoy a cool air stream without being directly exposed to harsh, cold wind. The Wind-Free cooling mode can even save energy consumption by 77 per cent [1] compared to the unit’s Fast Cooling Mode.

The air conditioner’s inverter technology and its Wind-Free technology work together in a synergy that creates an even higher efficiency when it comes to bringing users comfort at home. Once the desired room temperature is reached with the air conditioner’s powerful and fast cooling technology, the unit switches to the Wind-Free cooling Mode, slowing down the speed of the compressor while keeping the air cool, comfortable and quiet, minimising electricity consumption [1].

Keeps air clean with advanced two-step filtration system

Samsung’s Wind-Free Air Conditioner not only keeps the room temperature comfortably in check, it also includes a specialised filter to keep the air in the home clean and hygienic.

Firstly, the high-density pre-filter captures dust easily with fine mesh, keeping the heat exchanger clean. The pre-filter is also coated with an antibacterial coating that helps protect users against certain harmful airborne contaminants [2].

The smaller particles that pass through the pre-filter will then be captured by the PM1.0 filter [3] using an electrostatic precipitator. The PM1.0 filter effectively captures ultra-fine dust up to 0.3㎛ and also sterilises up to 99 per cent [2] of certain micro-organisms that are collected in the filter.

The Wind-Free Air Conditioner also features an advanced display with four-step colour aurora lighting and a laser sensor that helps users to monitor the current air quality.

Cleaning and maintaining air conditioners

Air conditioner maintenance and servicing is often neglected in most homes, which could pose a bigger machinery or even health problems in the future. As time passes, dust and even micro-organisms can be accumulated in the components of the air conditioner, impeding proper airflow and forcing the unit to work harder to cool the room, which lead to an increased energy consumption and higher energy bills.

With Samsung Wind-Free Air Conditioner, maintenance is easy. The filters located at the top of the unit can be easily taken out and cleaned with water or a vacuum cleaner. The front panel is also easily removable, which allows homeowners to keep the air-conditioning unit clean without additional maintenance cost.

In addition, the Samsung Wind-Free Air Conditioner Auto Clean function will keep the evaporator clean and prevent bacteria build-up and odour. When the air conditioner is turned off, the Auto Clean function automatically dries the heat exchanger using a three-step process. It removes moisture by blowing air for between 10 to 30 minutes, so it stays clean and dry.

Samsung Wind-Free Air Conditioner is now available across countries in Southeast Asia region. To learn more, please visit

Wind-Free is a trademark for Samsung Electronics Co., Ltd.

[1] Tested on the AR07T9170HA3 model, based on the power consumption of Fast Cooling mode vs. Wind-Free Cooling mode, under certain defined test conditions. According to accredited test results, individual results may vary.

[2] Tested in Korea test lab. Data has been measured under specific testing conditions and may vary depending on environmental factors and individual use.

[3] Filter option may vary by region and model.

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