We offer a wide range of air conditioning systems to suit your requirements.
From design through to commission the most common types of systems covered, are explained below...
Split system Air Conditioning
Probably the most popular system installed. These systems comprise of an indoor and outdoor
unit attached via small bore interconnecting pipe work and controls
The systems are mainly used for single areas requiring heating and cooling.
The systems are highly versitile due to the combinations of indoor unit styles,
and the flexibility of distances between indoor and outdoor unit locations.
All modern AC systems operate on variable heating / cooling outputs to give high efficiencies,
all units utilise ozone freindly and low GWP refrigerants
Multi split Air Conditioning
Similar to the split system, one outdoor unit can connect to several indoor units via small bore interconnecting pipe work and controls
These systems are popular in domestic and small commercial areas where the indoor units can be operated independantely in the same mode (Heating or cooling)
Indoor unit styles can be mixed and matched to suit the area served, whilst only requiring one outdoor unit.
All modern AC systems operate on variable heating / cooling outputs to give high efficiencies, all units utilise ozone freindly and low GWP refrigerants
VRF Air Conditioning
For larger scale premises the VRF (Variable Refrigerant Flow) can be installed with one or more connected outdoor units serving a large number of indoor units
The systems can operate with large amounts of indoor units over larger distances such as multi floor office blocks etc
Heat pump VRF systems are basically a larger version of the multisplit systems above and can only operate in the same mode throughout
Heat recovery VRF systems have the ability to recover and share heat from one area to another, they can operate in any combination of modes giving total control throughout.
Indoor units can be mixed and matched in many differnt styles and types to suit the area aplication.
Close control & Bespoke systems
A close control system controls both the temperature and humidity of an area, or areas. Thses are mainily used in specialist environments.
Bespoke systems can be intergrated into combined ventilation units to maintain temperatures whilst providing fresh air etc...