Split Systems

Commercial and Residential Air Conditioning

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Air Conditioning - Split Systems

A ‘split’ system is where the indoor unit sits separately from the outdoor and is connected by refrigeration, copper piping and electrical wiring.

Split systems generally provide the lowest possible noise levels both indoors and outside, and are usually controlled by an infra-red remote control for quick and accurate control of temperature, fan speed, 24 hour timing and air flow direction on some models.

The split type comes in many forms, the most popular being the Hi-wall type; there are also Floor Console, Underceiling, Cassette and Multihead types.

Hi-wall

These are the most common type of domestic air conditioners and are generally used to condition a single room. Usually fitted in a window, or, for quiet performance, in an opening specially cut in the wall.

All cooling, heating and circulation components are contained in a case, usually mounted between 1.2 and 2 metres above the floor.

Floor Console

This system operates on the same principle as the Hi-wall except the wall mounted console is replaced by an attractive floor console.

A separation between inside and outside of up to 25 metres is allowable with the unit. The operation of this unit is achieved by a simple control located at the console.

Multihead

Multihead systems consist of one outdoor unit but multiple indoor units (up to four depending on the make/manufacturer).

Commercial and Residential Air Conditioning

Brochures

Coral Air recommend ActronAir & Daikin split system air conditioners for residential installation. You can download the product brochures below