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The most common residential split system air conditioner is made up of two units. An outside unit, the condenser, and an inside air outlet unit, the head unit. The two units are connected by pipes that carry refrigerant. A split system air conditioner can be used for cooling your house in summer and also excellent for heating your house in winter.
The spilt system air conditioner can be used for cooling or heating a single room or a larger area depending on the size of the unit chosen.
Most split system air conditioner now are inverter types with a DC motor that make the operation of the unit very economical.
The size of the unit required depends on the size of the area you want air conditioned and our licensed installer will advise you of the correct size unit for the area. The position of the indoor and outdoor units is also very important and the licensed installer will make recommendations for the position of these units with your preferences in mind.
The two units also disperse condensation through a condensate drain. The location of this condensate drain is important and should be discussed with our licensed installer before installation. In some cases a condensate pump may be required to remove the condensation.
There are several different installation methods that may be required which are listed below.
A standard back to back installation of your split system air conditioner is where the the indoor head unit is mounted on the internal wall directly adjacent to the outdoor condenser unit, usually within 3 metres.
The indoor head unit is securely fixed to the wall and the outdoor condenser unit will stand on a hard pvc mounting slab or 2 hard pvc feet sitting on the ground which raise the condenser above the ground and away from rain water etc which may damage the unit.
A wall mounted bracket can also used for mounting the condenser unit, but it may incur extra cost.
You may not want the outdoor condenser unit installed in a location where it is visible, or in an area that is used in summer for outdoor entertaining. In this case the condenser unit should be installed on the blind side of your house out of sight. This can be done easily but an extra cost may be incurred due to extra piping, ducting and electrical cables. Please discuss this with our licensed installer, who will help you with the location you prefer. Again the outdoor condenser unit will be mounted on a hard pvc mounting slab, or 2 hard pvc mounting feet or mounted on the outside wall using a wall bracket.
There may be no other option than to have the outdoor condenser unit mounted on to the roof of your house. This can be done be using a roof bracket supplied by us. This can be achieved by mounting a roof bracket to your roofing material and then attaching the outdoor condenser unit to this bracket. The best position for the outdoor condenser unit to be located would be towards the rear of your house out of sight from the street. An extra cost may be incurred for the roof bracket and lifting the condenser unit onto your roof.
A standard 2 storey installation of your split system air conditioner is the same as a single storey back to back installation.
A wall mounted bracket can be used or the mounting of the condenser unit or the hard pvc slab or hard pvc feet can be used for mounting on the ground. Extra cost may be incurred due to the length of the distance between the two units and the wall bracket. The roof can also be used to mount the outdoor condenser unit as described previously.
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