Evaporative cooling devices use the evaporation of water to lower the temperature and differs from traditional cooling units.
How Evaporative Cooling Works
Evaporative coolers consist of a fan which draws hot air through a series of water soaked pads. As the air moves through the pads, it cools down, and the cool air can then be vented directly into a room or into a duct system. The system causes humidity levels to increase slightly.
Benefits of Evaporative Coolers
- Less costly to operate than traditional A/C systems
- Get fresh air since the system requires windows to be opened during operation
- Adds Moisture
- Minimal Maintenance
- Eco-Friendly - More Energy Efficient & Lower CO2 Emissions
- Quieter operation
How do Split Systems work?
The most common residential split-system air conditioner is an air conditioning unit made up of two units - an outside unit, the compressor, and an inside air outlet unit, usually referred to as the “wall hung head unit”. The two units are connected by pipes that carry refrigerant. An alternative to the standard unit is the multi-split system, which has multiple indoor units connected to a single outdoor unit. A split-system air conditioner can be used for cooling and heating.
Wall Mounted – Stand Alone units for Individual Rooms
- The most popular type of air conditioning unit
- Efficiently cools or heats a single room
- Stylishly designed to be installed on a wall
- Numerous features increase energy efficiency, making more affordable to condition your room
Multi Type – For Air Conditioning Several Rooms
- One outdoor unit can be connected to a wide variety of indoor units, including wall mounted, consoles, cassette and ducted units
- Each room can be individually controlled, allowing you to set different temperatures in each room, helping save running costs by heating or cooling rooms as required
- System settings allow you to save energy, helping reduce power costs
- Discreet, yet effective
- The cassette units are extremely discreet with only the grille showing in the ceiling
- Air can be delivered in up to four directions, giving the room an even temperature distribution
- A highly efficient fan design, its wide airflow distribution ensures even temperature distribution
- Weekly timer allows you to plan your usage, helping you save on your power bills
- Cassette units are easy to clean and maintain
Floor / Ceiling Consoles
- Elegant, ultra thin airflow
- Can be installed on the floor or under the ceiling
- Floor models provide convenient access closer to the floor
- The under ceiling console is installed directly under the ceiling in your room
- Dual console models can be installed either on the floor or under the ceiling
Inverter Wall Hung Split Systems
Wall Hung Split System air conditioners are a simple and affordable way to air condition single rooms or smaller open spaces.
A wall mounted Split System air conditioner is one of the most popular ways to air condition your
The major benefits of wall mounted air conditioners are:
- Cost: A Wall hung split systems air conditioner is low cost to both buy and install.
- Flexibility: You can air condition one room at a time to suit your need and budget.
- Control: As each split system air conditioner is a completely separate unit you can can set each room at a different temperature.
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A Ducted Split System is the ideal choice for those who want to heat or cool multiple rooms in the house. It usually contains one central unit which distributes the air to the different rooms via ducting. The ducting is usually installed in the ceiling or under the floor and is delivered into the room via vents.
The size of the system can be adjusted to your needs and the amount of rooms you would like to install it in. Additionally, by incorporating zoning into your system, it allows you to maintain control of the system by giving you the option to heat/cool only the room you want to. This allows you to save on energy making the overall system more efficient.