First circle-shaped air conditioner controls airflow.
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When Samsung engineers decided to revolutionize existing cooling and heating technology, they looked to other industries for possible solutions. In the end, wind turbines—which enhance airflow efficiency by bringing in a sub-airflow through their blades from the outside into the main airflow—proved to be exactly what they were looking for. To adapt this principle to the 360 Cassette, Samsung added a Booster Fan, a mechanism that uses pressure to alter the direction of the airflow.
With the Booster Fan in place, engineers next had to evaluate how to fix some of the more common pain points of conventional 4-way cassette systems, including a way to eliminate direct airflow. So, to ensure a more even airflow, Samsung opted to remove traditional blades altogether from the device. When integrated with an all-new circular shape, a complete contrast to the traditional mounted square, the result was a triumphant one.
The final product—a bladeless, circular mounted cassette equipped with a Booster Fan—ensured three factors that would contribute to a device that would surely set a new standard in heating and cooling. First, there would be no cold drafts, but rather a cool and comfortable airflow resembling that of natural wind. Next, airflow would ensure even, fast cooling and heating. Finally, the natural curves of the design would make it stylishly appropriate for just about any interior.