Air conditioning comes in many forms. Residential air conditioning is usually taken to mean split systems and ducted systems. Commercial air conditioning systems can be either of these too, but also larger systems such as roof top packaged units, etc. To find out more about the different types of systems available please see the brief descriptions and page links below.
Split Air Conditioning
A split air conditioning system has an indoor and outdoor unit; the indoor unit can be wall mounted or floor standing and is connected by pipes and cables to the outdoor unit. They come in different energy sizes, the smallest being a 2.0kW system and the largest being a 9.4kW system.
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Ducted Air Conditioning
A Ducted Air Conditioning system has an indoor and outdoor unit; the indoor unit can be placed in your roof cavity or under the floor of your house (subject to access). Pipes and cables to the outdoor unit then connect to the indoor unit. These systems comes in many energy sizes, the smallest being 5.0kW and the largest residential being a 25.0kW system.
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Multi Split Air Conditioner
A Multi Split Air Conditioner can have several indoor units connected to one outdoor unit; the indoor units can be wall mounted, floor standing or bulkhead units and are connected by pipes and cables to one outdoor unit.
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Daikin VRV Systems
Daikin VRV air conditioner systems are used to custom design larger buildings, such as commercial multi storey blocks or large luxury houses. They combine state of the art electronics with the very best of Daikin’s engineering design.
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