SPLIT SYSTEM AIR CONDITIONING
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Types of Split Air Conditioning Systems:
Wall Mounted Split systems are one of the most popular types of air conditioning system and are most often used to condition individual rooms in domestic or light commercial applications. The major benefit of a wall mounted split system is the affordable up front installation cost, and the low operational cost of conditioning one room instead of an entire home. They are also popular for properties that do not have sufficient space in the roof for a ducted system. The Split System indoor unit is mounted high on the wall inside the property, and the condenser is positioned on the external perimeter.
Floor Console air conditioning systems are mounted at low a level near the floor, and become an option when there is limited space higher on the wall due to windows or other furniture.
Ceiling Cassette air conditioning systems are traditional used in light commercial applications such as restaurants, clubs, offices and conference rooms. The cassette indoor unit is mounted in the ceiling, with many models coming in a 4 way airflow feature which provides an even air transfer through the room.
Ducted Split Air Conditioning has the indoor typically located in the ceiling space or under the floor, and distributes the conditioned air via insulated ductwork throughout the home or office.
Multi Head Air Conditioning Systems, works in a similar way to the individual air conditioners mentioned above, but instead of having 1 indoor unit and 1 outdoor unit, they allow you to have a number of indoor units all connected to the 1 outdoor condensing unit. Larger multi split systems can be known as VRV / VRF systems, which can be capable of combining large numbers of indoor units in a larger domestic or commercial application.