Highly efficient split air conditioning systems provide superior style, performance, and versatility while optimising energy efficiency and lowering CO2 emissions and energy costs. Ideal for single rooms, split air conditioners can be connected to one outdoor unit, thus making a matching pair.
Multi-Split Air Conditioning
Operating in the same way as a single-split system, a multi-split system enables a number of indoor units to be individually controlled from a single outdoor unit. This system provides the ideal solution for cooling and heating a number of areas while minimising the external space required for the outdoor unit. Up to nine indoor units can be powered by a single outdoor unit, which can be combined with different sizes and styles to create the perfect solution.
Ducted Air Conditioning
Ducted air conditioning provides climate-controlled comfort throughout your entire premises. The systems can be installed in a new build or tailored to suit any existing property or premises. The indoor unit is located within the ceiling void with flexible ducting distributing conditioned air through grills located in allocated areas throughout your building. The condensing unit is located outside of the property.
Cassette Air Conditioning
Cassette air conditioners have a low-profile design to enable easy installation into ceiling grids or plastered ceilings. They are ideal for properties where space is limited or there are no available walls to allow for a discreet finish.
VRV / VRF
The VRV and VRF systems have a number of benefits. The outdoor units are compact and can be placed close together, minimising the space required outside the premises. These systems also allow all individual indoor units to be set individually, meaning you are able to choose the temperature inside. The systems also enable multiple indoor machines to be fitted for every single external machine.
Air handling units are designed to supply and circulate air around a building and extract stale air. This is achieved by the supply air being passed through the AHU, which is filtered, providing fresh air throughout the building.