Ductless air conditioners and heat pumps offer exceptional flexibility. In addition to existing buildings, ductless splits are appearing more frequently in new construction where the low profile of ductless equipment is very compatible with modern architectural design.
The system consists of two components – an outdoor condenser unit and an indoor air handling unit that is usually mounted high on a wall. The two units are connected by thin copper refrigerant tubing and electrical lines that run through a small opening in the wall. The ductless air conditioning system works by using refrigerant to transfer heat between indoors and outdoors. It extracts the heat from inside your home and converts it to cool air, which is then distributed back into your home via the air handling unit.
It is a popular option for older homes without ductwork, smaller homes, and add-ons where ductwork is not feasible.
Ductless Air Conditioner is Small Enough For:
- Buildings Requiring Supplemental Cooling
- bachelor or studio apartments
The ductless mini-split system does not require ductwork. Also Ductless air conditioner units are mounted high on a wall, away from the window, providing you with improved security and an unobstructed view, unlike window air conditioning units.
Ductless Air Conditioner is Quiet Enough For:
- Recording Studios
- Meeting Rooms
The ductless splits run almost silently since the the noisy compressor and condenser is located outside the home. They can even run quieter than many central air conditioning systems.
And Finally it is Powerful Enough For:
- Office Buildings
- Multi-Tenant Buildings
- High Rise Buildings
Remember that no ductwork means you lose less than 5% cooling vs. losing up to 40% for traditional central cooling systems with ductwork. With increased efficiencies of up to 27.2-SEER, you can save on utility bills. Some ductless air conditioner models have the highest efficiency ratings of any type of air conditioning system.
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