High Wall Split Systems
Residential air conditioning hi wall systems are designed for all aspects of housing and can be placed usually anywhere throughout a house depending on size.
These are an affordable option for someone trying to create a comfortable environment for their family on a budget.
These are the most common types of air-conditioning used in a residential sense as installation, initial cost of the system and running costs are a lot more affordable. This can also be used in a multi-head type application where multiple indoor units can be run off the one outdoor unit.
The range of wall mounted reverse cycle split-system air conditioners includes inverter models, suitable for single rooms through to larger open-plan living areas.
What is a Split System?
This is where the air conditioner is made up of two distinct units — an external unit called the compressor, and an internal unit which can either be wall mounted, floor mounted or ceiling mounted. Both units are interconnected by pipes carrying a refrigerant.
An alternative to the traditional unit is a multi-split system, which has numerous interior units all connected to a single exterior unit. A split-system air conditioner is used for cooling and heating your property, perfect for all year round temperature control.