Types of Systems

Types of Systems 2019-07-19T10:35:13+01:00

What Type of System?

There are a number of different Air Conditioning Systems that might be suitable for you and your building, so we have put together this quick guide:

  • Split Type Air Conditioning Systems connect an indoor unit to an outdoor one, meaning that installation is fairly unobtrusive. These units can be installed to allow for just one room to be heated or cooled at a time and additional units can easily be added on when more rooms come into use.
    Please see our Domestic and Commercial installation pages.
  • The VRV/VRF system (Variable Refrigerant Volume/Variant Refrigerant Flow) are reliable, efficient and energy saving. The installation time is minimal, which means minimal disruption to your building and occupants. These systems are great for medium to large sized buildings, where not all offices and spaces are occupied at the same time. When you need flexibility and control, the VRV/VRF type system could be perfect for your building.
    Please see our Commercial Air Conditioning pages.
  • Close Control Air Conditioning Systems allow you to monitor things closely. They are also known as PAC (Precision Air Conditioning) systems and are perfect for server rooms, for example. It’s not just a question of heating and cooling with these systems; they also control the humidity, temperature and particle filtration to parameters that you set and they can be monitored 24 hours a day. They even have alerts should something go wrong.
    Please see our Computer Room and Commercial pages.

We are able to come out to your building and discuss all of your requirements and design a system that is right for you.

Types of Indoor Units

Cassette Unit

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 incorporating a highly efficient fan design. Cassette units are also easy to clean and maintain.

Wall Mounted Unit

Wall mounted units come with a range of options, with a style to suit any room, designed to efficiently and quickly condition any room. With easy to use controllers to help you get the best out of your system, wall mounted units are usually the most cost effective way of conditioning your room.

Floor Standing Unit

The ideal way to save space, floor-standing units can easily be installed along a perimeter wall and are ideal for beneath windows. The air distribution will allow you to find the right balance for any room.

Ducted Units

Ducted units can be discreetly positioned in the walls or ceiling space. They are ideal for applications where very low noise level is required and maximum air distribution is needed. They use a duct to act as an air plenum, delivering conditioned air via grilles located within the room.

Under Ceiling Unit

Ceiling suspended units can be discreetly positioned under the ceilings. They are ideal for offices, classroom and restaurants, where very low noise levels are required.

The automatic louvre control and low noise levels are the key characteristics of this type of unit.

Contact a member of our team today to discuss your heating ventilation and air conditioning requirements.