Split Systems - Air Conditioning
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If you often find yourself too hot in your living room, but freezing in the bedroom, then it might be time to consider a split system air conditioner. Simply put, a split system air conditioning unit are like a normal air conditioner, but without ducts. This means that you can alter the temperature in each room, which is especially useful if you’re constantly finding variances in temperature in your home. It’s not pleasant to feel too hot or too cold, so split system air conditioning units are here to eliminate that problem. In fact, Wall mounted split air conditioning systems are the most commonly owned residential air conditioning system, as they are affordable and easily to maintain.
Split systems have their name due to half of the system - the condenser - being outside the house, while the other half - the fan coil - is installed inside. When cooling, the warm air from inside the room is taken in by the fan coil and removed, resulting in cool air recirculating back into the house. While reverse cycle allows for the heat pump to run in reverse, providing warmth during cold days.
Split systems can be fitted to individual rooms, areas or multiple rooms connected by copper piping to an outdoor condenser. Multi-head split air conditioning systems can be installed for up to nine rooms with only one outdoor unit, and allowing for individual temperature control of each room.
Split Systems come in all different shapes and sizes, wall splits start at 2kw and go all the way to 9kw systems, whereas the multi split systems range from 5kw to 13kw systems, ensuring that there is a size to fit any size home. They also come with an inverter technology which is your key to more comfort throughout the year as it maintains a constant temperature, saves costs through less energy consumption, and produces relatively less noise when used. This is achieved through controlling the compressor rotation speed more precisely.
Many split systems have air filtering and humidity control functions that regulate the amount of dust and humidity in a room. This gives sensitive customers (such as children, elderly, asthmatic or allergic users) an ease of mind and body.