Split & Reverse Cycle Heating & Cooling
Split System Air-Conditioning is a wise choice, depending on the number of rooms, either a single unit per room or a multiple-head for several rooms would take care of both cooling and heating requirements. Several rooms could enjoy the benefits of controlled temperature settings with a multi-head system.
Problems frequently arise when there are building extensions or alterations. The split system would have been originally planned with a nominated space in mind. It is vitally important to determine where the internal unit be installed and decide if the unit will bet be wall hung or completely hidden.
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.
Beyond Heating and Cooling will provide you with professional advice regarding the best course of action. We would recommend the most appropriate unit and ensure the system is installed and working with minimal fuss.
How do Split Systems Work?
Split systems have two components to the system, one being the internal wall hung unit and the other the external unit. They are linked together with refrigeration lines and interconnecting electrical wiring.
When installed correctly both the internal unit and the external work in unison to provide reverse cycle (heating and cooling) refrigerated air to your home or office.
The refrigerant is pumped through the conjoining copper piping to either chill or heat up the indoor coil. Once this is achieved the internal unit passes air past this hot or cold coil and therefore creates the perfect climate inside your home or office.