SPECIAL OFFER FOR A LIMITED TIME

Get a $300 discount off your installation price!
CLAIM NOW

Reverse Cycle Ducted Air-Conditioning

Reverse cycle ducted air-conditioning refers to a model that has both heating and cooling functions. A reverse-cycle model is able to cool or heat one or more adjoining rooms. This refers to refrigeration being able to change through a series of processes from hot to cold.

How does reverse cycle ducted air-conditioning work?

The reverse cycle system works on some basic properties. Essentially, the pump pushes heat from one location to another. To heat your home or office, a reverse-cycle system extracts heat from the outside air, even when it is very cold outside it is able to draw it inside. Cold refrigerant, passes through an external coil, absorbing the heat from the outside air. This refrigerant is then pumped by a compressor (or pump), down through copper tubing and into a condenser. As the refrigerant is compressed, it warms up. The hot air that results is then pushed by a fan, out into the one or many rooms of your home or office, warming the area to a comfortable temperature. Once this cycle is completed, the refrigerant flows through an evaporator to cool it down before being pumped back into the condenser and it then repeats’ the cycle again. When this cycle or process is reversed, cold air is then blown into your home instead of warm resulting in cooler air on hot summer days.

Quick Enquiry

Disclaimer: All information is kept secure and will not be shared or sold to any third party.