Split systems are available in a wide range of designs and features. Wall-mounted units with fan coils are the most well recognized and installed split systems (otherwise known as evaporators). Wall-mounted split systems are popular in homes and flats since they only need the installation of two components: the interior unit and the outside unit.
Split systems are often simple to install, particularly when compared to Evaporative Cooling systems, which need ductwork and vents to be placed throughout the house.
The term “split” comes from the fact that half of the system (condenser) is placed outside the home while the other half (fan coil) is installed inside. When cooling, the fan coil takes in heated air from within the room and removes it, resulting in cold air flowing back into the home. The heat pump may operate in reverse to offer warmth on chilly days, while reverse cycle enables the heat pump to run in the other direction.
Individual rooms, regions, or several rooms may be equipped with split air conditioning systems that are linked to an outside unit through copper pipe (condenser). With just one outside unit, multi-head split air conditioning systems may be installed for up to nine rooms, enabling each room to have its own temperature control.
Mitsubishi Electric is one of our preferred brands for Split Systems. The yearly operating cost of a Mitsubishi Electric GE Series 2.5KW Split System placed in a small room providing regular heating and cooling throughout the winter and summer seasons would be calculated.
With a Split System, lowering your operating expenses is simple. The amount you may save each year will be determined by the model you buy and its star rating. However, considering how you utilize your Split System in addition to the initial expense may be beneficial.
Because they are inexpensive and simple to maintain, wall-mounted split air conditioning systems are the most popular home air conditioning system.
Inverter technology is the key to year-round comfort since it maintains a consistent temperature, saves money (because to lower energy usage), and generates less noise while in operation. This is accomplished by fine-tuning the compressor’s rotational speed.
Because they are very inexpensive to purchase (depending on how many interior units you need) and require no duct work, wall mounted split AC systems are the most economical choice for a one room, apartment, or small home.
Each indoor unit has the ability to regulate the temperature of the space in which it is placed, allowing for varied temperatures in each room.
Many split air conditioning systems have air filtration and humidity control features that help to manage the quantity of dust and humidity in a space. Customers who are sensitive in mind or body (children, the elderly, asthmatic or allergy users) would benefit from this.
Multi-Head Split Systems link several indoor units to a single outdoor condenser, allowing you to have the most appropriate air conditioner (in terms of physical and output limitations) for each room.
South-east Melbourne residents need look no further than Savage Air for affordable split system air conditioning in Melbourne. Get in touch with our experts today to learn more about our heating and cooling split systems by calling 03 5941 8113 or submitting an online enquiry.