AirXperts Airconditioning Split Ducted provides a range of quality fully ducted reverse cycle air conditioning systems, for Heating and Cooling and just like split systems, ducted systems are available in many types – Conventional, Inverter, Fixed Speed or Digital.
An Inverter or Digital is a much more advanced technology that means uninterrupted comfort and significant energy savings for you. It gently increases or decreases the power needed to achieve the desired temperature without wild fluctuations or ‘blasts’ of hot or cold air. This means you can enjoy climate controlled comfort all year round, all round the house.
Ducted reverse cycle air conditioning is designed to air condition every room of a house or office. The fan coil is installed in the ceiling space and connected via small pipes to the outdoor unit. The fan coil pumps the conditioned, dehumidified air through flexible ducting to ceiling diffusers located in each room.
These systems are best suited to the requirements of multiple room-heating and cooling. They can incorporate such features as zone control to allow the selection of certain rooms, such as bedrooms, to be isolated when not in use.
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A ducted heating and cooling systems are zoned to enable you to select the area of the home or office that is to be air conditioned.
A typical layout may be:
Zone 1: Dining and Living Room
Zone 2: Kitchen and Family Room
Zone 3: Bedrooms
- Concealed Installation
- Perfect comfort throughout every room
- Reverse cycle heating & cooling
- A selection of outlets to choose from
- Wall Controller
Inverter Ducted Systems
Through new, advanced technology, the Inverter Ducted Systems are more economical to operate and quieter to run than conventional units. They can handle greater extremes in temperature, are smoother and more stable in operation and reach the desired temperature more quickly than conventional air conditioners.
The Inverter component allows the outdoor unit to vary its speed and output to match the required capacity of the indoor unit. Thus, the Inverter model can achieve 30% more operating efficiency than conventional models and therefore, is much cheaper to run.