The most ideal approach to pick the right system for your home or office is to completely research your options. For some buildings, ducted systems will be the most efficient option, for others, evaporative cooling or panel heaters will be better suited.
Another well-known option is installation of split system air conditioning, which is a utmost adept and cost-effective way to heat and cool your property. Below, we’ll look at how a split system works and weigh up some of the advantages to see whether split system installation is the best solution for your home or office.
A split system, as its name suggests, is split into two or more operating segments. Usually, it reside of two operating components: the fan and evaporator, which is wall-mounted inside the building, and a compressor unit, which is placed outside the building either on the ground or hung on the wall.
In short, a split system air conditioner works by extracting hot air and humidity from the air inside the building and expelling them through the compressor into the air outside the building.
Refrigerants inside the compressor then cool air from outside and pass them into the indoor unit though copper pipes, where the fan blows the chilled air around the room.
When used for heating, the system works inversely: it extracts cold air and blows warm air around the room.