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Residential Air Conditioning

Residential Air conditioning

Our heating and cooling solutions are designed for your needs, our staff will evaluate size of room, usage and aspect to the surroundings before a recommendation is made whether being a fully ducted system, wall mounted split system or a combination with multiple units.
Our brand selection is only with brands that offer an excellent warranty service, backup, support and adequate spare parts division.  As a client, you are entrusting our experience to guide your selection through the masses of brands and models in the market so your investment will be with great importance to us.
By selecting the appropriate, efficient and quiet unit, coupled with a professional installation our services are sure to be called upon in future repeat business.
With our experience in the residential you will be rest assured the job will be done correctly.

Inverter technology
When you turn on an inverter, the motor will start up slowly so that it does not use a lot of power, then the motor slowly speeds up to full power on a sliding scale. This way the system uses less power to initially start up. 
As the airconditioner gets closer to reaching your desired temperature that you requested on your keypad, the motor will start slowing down, thus using less electricity. And as an added benefit, the temperature in your home will remain more constant, assuming the heatload has been done and you have sized your airconditioning system correctly.The end result is that the motor does not have to completley stop and because of this you dont use a lot of electricity trying to make the airconditioning system commence from a complete stop. 
Avoid an undersized systems or you will use more electricity than a conventional air conditioning systems.

Condensation

When moisture (known as humid air) is drawn over the evaporator coil (indoor unit) of a split system, the water in the air freezes onto the coil as it passes through.

This condensation (frozen water) soon melts off the coil and drains from the air conditioner via a drain.

The amount of condensation that a split system air conditioner generates depends on the relative humidity on the day, but rest assured, this amount is more than what most people think!

Please see the table below, which specifies the maximum amount of condensate water that each capacity of split system air conditioner will generate.

Capacity 2.5kW 3.6kW 4.4kW 5.2kW 6.3kW 7.1kW 8.0kW
Litres per hour 1.6L 2.0L 2.4L 2.8L 3.5L 4.1L 4.7L

All this water has to go somewhere… and if your air conditioner is generating up to 4.7 litres an hour, it MUST drain somewhere where it:

  1. Won’t affect the health and safety of people around it.
  2. Won’t affect the integrity of the buildings around it.
  3. Conforms with plumbing industry regulations.
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