Ducted reverse cycle
system consists of an indoor and outdoor unit. The indoor unit is designed to be installed out of sight and distributes the conditioned air through your home via insulated ducting.Ducted systems use “switched” zoning so that different areas can be cooled or heated as required.The living areas need to be heated/cooled during the day and sleeping areas at night.This way you won’t waste energy cooling or heating for the room that no one is using.
Ducted Reverse Cycle
are capable of air conditioning your whole home or office. They are refrigerated like wall split systems and send warm or cool air to each room through their ducts and grills. Many of the ducted air conditioners are capable of the most precise climate control.Ducted reverse cycle air conditioners are designed to cool and heat your home or office very efficiently. They have the most precise capability to adjust according to the weather of your place. They consist of a compressor, a fan, and a heat exchange coil and use a refrigerant to cool or heat the air. Inverter technology is used in the ducted reverse cycle air conditioners. An “inverter” is a power conversion circuit that electronically regulates the voltage, current and frequency of the air conditioner. The circuit controls the compressor and, so the air conditioner’s output. Raising the frequency increases the output and lowering the frequency, reduces the output.
Ducted reverse cycle
air conditioners and heaters are committed to energy efficiency. Not only they are energy efficient but also they are excellence and reliability proven. They save electrical energy and therefore, your expenses. They can limit the power that your unit can consume at critical peak load times to potentially limit the need for blanket power outages.
The experienced ducted reverse cycle
consultants will perform a “heat load” calculation on your home to determine your conditioning requirements. By using zoning to switch off areas of your home that aren’t being used at a particular time, they can use a smaller unit than would be required to heat or cool the whole house. The living areas generally account for about two-thirds of the typical heat load requirement of a house.Ducted reverse cycle air conditioners are usable all seasons, provide air-conditioning throughout the whole house, have minimal visual impact, have centralized control and are most efficient form of heating.