Split system air conditioners are one of the most versatile, clean, quiet and economical forms of air conditioning for all sorts of commercial buildings. The indoor unit can be situated on the wall, floor or attached to the ceiling with refrigerant pipe work and electrical wiring connecting to the outdoor unit.
Ducted systems can be designed to operate in two or more zones. This means that the air conditioning system can be operated in different parts of the commercial building throughout the day, sometimes the warehouse may need more cooling and at other times, the office areas may need increased usage.
An Inverter is more advanced technology that operates quite differently from a conventional air conditioner. The inverter works like the accelerator of a car, gently increasing or decreasing power. It reaches the desired temperature quicker and maintains it without wild fluctuations. This means uninterrupted comfort and significant energy savings.
VRV or VRF air conditioning systems are used to custom design larger buildings, such as large offices and commercial projects, allowing a wide and varied selection of indoor units and control systems to be connected to one or more outdoor units.
Air cooler chilled water air conditioning systems are used to custom design large scale buildings. Providing a wide selection of indoor units air handling/fan coil units which can be controlled and integrated with the building management system (BMS) and connected to one large capacity outdoor chiller unit. Whilst the initial capital costs associated with chilled water can be substantial, the ongoing annual running costs can be reduced by as much as 20% in comparison to other air conditioning products.