Wall mounted air conditioning units are probably the most common style of air conditioning system in use. They are fairly easy to install and very easy to keep clean and maintain. When selecting the location of your wall unit installation, the best idea, if possible, is to select an outside wall. This will enable you to take the interconnecting pipework easily to the outside area through a hole directly behind the air handler. This will make your pipework and cables invisible to the occupants of the room, and it makes for a super neat looking installation.
Ceiling Suspended Air Conditioning units are an ideal substitute for Ceiling Mounted Cassette Air Conditioning Units and can also be installed as an ideal low wall mounted option.
As a ceiling suspended system they are the answer in conditions where high level treated air discharge is required. This style of unit would effectively cover an area that has fittings, fixtures or low partitions, but there is no ceiling void to accommodate the obvious candidate of a ceiling mounted cassette. The air discharge from a standard wall mounted air handler would not be suitable because it would deflect from fittings or obstacles and not effectively throw the treated air throughout the whole area.
These ceiling suspended units are primarily designed to be mounted with their backs close to a suitable wall with the air discharge then blowing across or along the length of the area. The pipe and electrics entry is sited at the back of the air handler and this allow the pipes and connection to be taken through the wall that the unit is backed against. This allows for total concealment of all pipework, electrical wiring and drains from inside the room, and gives a very neat finished appearance.
The smartest Air Conditioning installation. A completely unobtrusive ceiling mounted cassette air conditioning system. Even the air handler itself is very unobtrusive with only the low profile fascia showing below the ceiling level. The main body of the air handler is suspended within the ceiling void and all pipework and electrical connections are therefore concealed above the ceiling.
Essentially the air conditioning system is a modern styled wall mounted unit that has no outside condensing unit. There are no vent hoses and no interconnecting pipework. The air handler only requires two 155mm holes through the outside wall, and the system fits over the holes and comes complete with folding vents. These vents fit through the holes to give a very neat aesthetic outside appearance showing just two small grilles. All installation can be carried out from within the room. There is no other outside evidence of air conditioning.
Ceiling Concealed Ducted
Ducted systems are probably the neatest of all air conditioning systems available.
The air handler is completely concealed within a ceiling void. Duct-work is taken from the air handler and terminated into neat supply air grilles. Particularly suitable for open plan offices, or a series of smaller offices and even bedroom environments.
The small mobile and portable air conditioning units are designed for immediate operation in any location, and they operate from a standard 13amp electrical socket.
The small single cabinet mobile unit is supplied with a small flexible hose to allow the heat exchanger to remove the hot damp air from the room.
The split system portable units are a slightly larger duty portable air conditioning unit, and these consist of two cabinets connected together by a small flexible umbilical pipe. The smaller cabinet is designed to be outside the conditioned room, and this allows a far higher cooling duty from the air conditioning unit.
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