Split systems can be supplied for almost any area of the home or business, at an affordable price and Repser Air provides reliable split system repairs and installation across Melbourne. A split system is one of the most popular types of systems on the market today. They are designed to be able to heat and cool a single room or zone. However, there is also the option of installing multiple indoor units to a single outdoor compressor unit, which is called a MultiZone split system. This type of system is usually chosen when there is insufficient space in the roof ducts. A split system air conditioner installation has many advantages:
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Refrigerated Air Conditioners: A refrigerated unit contains an indoor and outdoor coil, which are connected by a pipe carrying a refrigerant gas. When warm air is drawn in, the heat gets absorbed by the refrigerant and is then released outside, via the external coil. The air that is blown back into the room is cooler, less humid and filtered. Some units also provide a small amount of fresh air from outside the room.SIZING – To ensure efficient operation it is crucial to choose the correct air conditioner size. Never oversize an air conditioner, as that can result in short cooling cycles, which won’ sufficiently reduce humidity. Frequent cycling (on and off) is also not efficient and will wear the unit down quickly. An undersized air conditioner will fail to provide adequate cooling.Whatever type of system you have at home, we offer refrigerated split system air conditioner installation and repairs Melbourne wide.
A ducted split system, just like a split system, consist of an outdoor compressor unit along with an indoor unit. Instead of the unit using a wall mounted indoor unit, it uses in-ceiling unit, with ducts that attach to ceiling or wall registers. A ducted split air conditioner system is able to heat or cool certain areas of your home (called zones) or the entire house.
The outdoor compressor unit is placed on the outside of you home, usually on the side of your house where it cannot be seen. The indoor unit is located internally usually under the floor or inside the ceiling. Much like a ducted heater, a ducted split uses a “return air” grill which recycles the air in the home or business, instead of having the doors and windows open like an evaporative cooling system.
Ducted evaporative cooling systems contain a central unit, which is connected to a series of outlets. These are positioned strategically throughout your house, and are installed out of sight in the ceiling, with the main unit installed on top of the roof. Cool fresh air flows through these outlets into every room of your home that you want cooled. If you want to keep your system in top condition, we offer an Evaporative cooler service repair install across Melbourne (Local area being Mernda, Doreen & Craigieburn) that has all your needs covered. We supply and install Bonaire Brivis Braemar Evaporative cooler.
The cooling unit fan draws in fresh air from outside your house. (The hotter it is to begin with, the better the cooling effect.) As it passes through moistened pads, the air is cooled and filtered, before flowing through the ductwork and into your rooms - just like a cool, refreshing sea breeze. To ensure your unit runs efficiently, many manufacturers recommend a regular evaporative cooling service.
Evaporative air conditioners need to be serviced to ensure they keep operating at their peak.
Much like your car should be regularly serviced and maintained, we recommend you service your cooling unit every 12-18 months. Mould can grow inside your unit and filters, causing extremely poor air quality, asthma, allergies and skin problems. Dirt builds up inside the unit, may result in it working much harder than it needs to, which can cause your system to break down. Our team of experts offers evaporative cooling repairs and maintenance services that will keep your unit functioning well, producing cool, fresh air. When operating your cooler remember, to keep your doors and windows open as the old air is replaced with new air.
An effective cooling system needs much greater air flow than a heating system and therefore requires larger ductwork. It is generally not possible to use the existing ductwork unless the duct was initially sized to take both heating & cooling. If duct work is compatible, a cooling unit can be included in the system. Registers or outlets are best positioned at ceiling level for effective and efficient cooling.