Single & Multi Split System Air Conditioner
Sales and installation of Actron Air split system and Daikin split system air conditioners
Split system air conditioners are a great option for those looking to cool a single room. This makes them a popular choice for homes, shops, and businesses. A split system is ‘split’ into two units: an indoor and an outdoor unit. The indoor unit contains the evaporator, filter, and fan. The outdoor contains the compressor, condenser, and fan. Both are connected by copper piping that is installed through the wall to the external unit.
Why choose a split system air conditioner?
If you are looking to heat and cool just one or two main rooms in your premises than a split system is the perfect option for you. The system will be cheaper and easier to install, and can fit into almost all homes, shops, and offices.
Split systems are also a great option for older homes that may not have easy access for ducted air. Especially those that have tight roof spaces and cannot accommodate ducting.
At Arrow Air we can work with you to design the right solution for your needs. Give us a call for a free measure and quote.
There are several different options when exploring whether to install a split system air conditioner.
Single Room Split System
Single room split systems air conditioners are designed to cool and heat one room. Multiple sizes ensure that there is adequate air to support various room sizes, including open plan living. There are a range of stylish solutions on the market that can compliment any home – like this Actron Air Split System.
Multi Head Split System
The multi-head split systems air conditioners connect two or more indoor units to the outdoor unit. This means multiple rooms can be heated and cooled through the same unit.
These are great for larger homes that are looking to have multiple rooms supported – such as a living room and bedroom. They are also great for small offices and shops that require multiple room heating and cooling solutions.
In-ceiling cassette systems provide the most flexibility when it comes to installation. The indoor unit components are in the roof space hidden away with the indoor unit sitting flush on the ceiling. These are great for offices and shops that don’t have access to external walls.