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Split System Air Conditioning
What Do We Mean By Split System Air Con?
There are a number of air con styles that can be referred to as ‘split’. Split air con systems include an outside and inside unit, which are linked via an electric cable and two copper pipelines.
The noisiest and biggest part of the air conditioner which contains the compressor is outside whilst the internal unit is generally considerably lightweight and more quiet and may be positioned within just about any part of the interior space.
Contemporary split air con systems are equipped with a remote control, and quite often with a heating setting for warming in the cold weather. The combination of innovative controls and a heating setting means that the inside air spaces can effectively be ‘temperature regulated’ by means of modern-day split air con systems, holding the room temperature to within just 1-2 degrees of the thermostat setting.
An additional benefit is that the indoor unit normally comes with air purification equipment built in to take away fine dust particles, cigarette smoke, plant pollen, odours and chemical pollutants.
Forms Of Split Air Conditioning Systems
Also described as central air con systems, these are perfect for properties that have ducted air ventilation systems, because it can easily cool down a number of spaces. These units are often generally hidden in the ceiling, allowing the flow of cold air or alternatively blending fresh air with cold air.
Currently there are two styles of floor mounted split a/c systems:
1. Column a/c units have the ability to cool down much larger spaces for instance, foyers or waiting rooms, where a room design limits the instalment of smaller a/c systems.
2. A cabinet air conditioning system that usually reaches up to 15,000 BTU is great for sunrooms and extensions.
Whether it’s a cartridge air conditioning system or an under ceiling a/c unit, both these particular subtypes are designed for visual purposes because they are installed at ceiling height and far from sight.
The difference is that cassette styles are able to deliver cool air in 4 directions (equal to 3 – 4 wall mounted a/c systems), while under ceiling styles can fan cool air horizontally (thus saving people from directly being hit with cool air).
Normally put up at a high level, wall-mounted split air con systems come with a number of abilities (such as timer, remote control), functions (such as heat pump, air purification), and aesthetic appeals. That being said, the instalment needs to be tailor-fitted to the property because there are no interconnecting pipelines between the interior and outside air con units.
For additional information on any of the mentioned above split a/c systems, speak with our team today on 1300 288 579.