Split air conditioning

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What is a split air conditioning ?

A split air conditioning imply means that the condensor (or sometimes referred to as the “outdoor unit”) is separated from the   “indoor unit”, thus the term “split”. 

The split air conditioning has at least one unit that sits inside your room. The compressor sits outside of the room, sometimes on the ground or on brackets hung to the wall. Some models come with multiple indoor units that will use one single compressor, this is known as the multisplit air conditioning system.  View our range of split air conditioning.   

How do I choose the size of the air conditioning 

Like all air conditioning you need to know how many BTUs you need to cool the area you are trying to cool. You also need to consider the number of indoor unit that you need normally one indoor unit per room is what you would need but, if your home has open areas you may be able to cool multiple rooms.  As a general rule of thumb, we have set out a btu calculator to help you choose which unit suits you best on which air conditioner 

There are many options available to you so we are always happy to discuss your requirements and make recommendations to help you make a decision on your air conditioning requirement.

How does the split air conditioning works?

A copper connection pipe and electrical wiring connects the indoor unit to the outdoor unit of the split air conditioning. Gas refrigerant is pumped from the outdoor condenser coil and compressor through the connection pipe to the indoor unit or units. A fan then quietly distributes cool air drawn across the unit's evaporator coil.

Quick Coupling air conditioning

We are one of the few air conditioning company that stocks true Quick Coupling air conditioning systems (sometimes known as Quick Connector).  These work the same way as the professional-fit air conditioning systems except that we have replaced the copper tubes with flexi tubes and a snazzy "snap on" connection for quick installation.  View our range of Quick Coupling air conditioning systems.

How is a split air conditioning different from a central air-conditioning?

In a split air conditioning, the amount of cold air entering the room can he controlled by a thermostat or it can be regulated by an infra-red remote control, like a TV remote. One room or one area of a building can maintain a different temperature from another room or area in the same building.

In a central air-conditioning system, refrigerant is pumped from the outdoor condenser coil indoors to a single indoor coil from which cooled air is distributed to each room through a system of ducts. The amount of cold air in one room is regulated by changing the temperature of every room in the building.

Split air conditionings are the perfect solution for spot cooling - for example, in residential houses where only certain rooms are required to be cooled at certain times, for example, living room during the day and bedroom at night but also in large structures like retail stores and supermarkets, where spot cooling is essential, for example areas can be either too hot or too cold.

Space demands on modern buildings make it necessary for some to install modular and special-purpose offices within existing spaces. Split air conditioning units are perfect for these uses. The condensor can be placed outside the office, and connection pipes and wiring can be run into the room. Inside wall or ceiling units can distribute the cooled air with precision and more cost effectively.

Since no ductwork or air distribution system is needed with a split air conditioning system, there are few places where these systems cannot be installed. Split air conditioning systems have been installed all over the world - in small and large offices, shops, motels and hotels, schools and universities, telephone equipment rooms, computer rooms, churches, hospitals and laboratories. 

The benefits of EcoAir split air conditioning ?

  • Heat Pump System
  • Energy Efficient
  • Easy installation
  • Easy maintenance
  • Quiet operation
  • Simple control
  • Attractive and efficient design.

An easy installation for your contractor means less mess, or disruption, for your home or downtime for your business. Split air conditioning are easy to maintain. They have washable filters and require only periodical cleaning. Outdoor units are designed for easy access for your contractor for those routine maintenance calls.

Both the indoor and outdoor units are designed for quiet operation. Indoor units are typically quiet enough for libraries, classrooms, boardrooms, and the most sensitive room in the house, the bedroom. Outdoor units are generally quiet enough to be installed under a window or near a patio so sleeping or the entertaining of guests is not disrupted. Indoor units blend well into interior spaces and you don't have to sacrifice a window as window type air conditioning units.

Most split air conditioning units provide “climate control” with additional heating as well, so you can live and work comfortably year-round. 

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All split air conditioning units contain F Gas and is govern by F-Gas regulations. All F-Gas units must be handle by qualified F-Gas engineers.

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