Split Systems Melbourne

Split Systems can both heat and cool. Cooling effect is achieved by having warm air in a room pass over a fan coil. Refrigerant in the fan coil absorbs heat from the air and transfers the heat to the condenser located outside. The condenser then expels the heat to the environment. This results in cooled air being circulated back into the house.

Heating is achieved by reversing the condenser process, heat is taken from outside and pushed back through the indoor fan coil and into the room.

Most systems come with inverter technology. This technology controls the compressor rotation speed for maximum efficiency. Greater efficiency means more savings for you. Running costs as low as 10 cents per hour. Individuals who have asthma, allergies and hay fever will benefit from the high quality air filters found in the system.

Split systems are ideal for heating and cooling single rooms or small areas, with the option of expanding it into a multi-head split system. Multi head split systems can provide air conditioning to up to nine rooms, using only one outdoor unit, and allowing for individual temperature control of each room.

Use the quote form on the right to get quotes on:

  • Daikin Split Systems
  • Mitsubishi Electric Split Systems
  • Fujitsu Split Systems
  • Panasonic Split Systems
  • LG Split Systems
  • and more!

Types of split system air conditioners:

Wall Mounted Split System

Wall-mounted split systems are perfect for those that require climate/temperature control in a single room or area. Many models are compact, quiet and cheap to operate. Air purifying filters and innovative airflow systems ensure that fresh, conditioned air flows to every corner of the room.

Bulkhead

Bulkhead systems are suitable for areas with a lack of wall space or concrete ceilings. They are quiet to operate and versatile.

Ceiling Cassette

These systems are attached on the ceiling, leaving your wall space for other things.

Floor standing

Floor standing split systems are compact and ideal for those wanting to position their unit at ground level. The units use either top, or top and bottom discharges with wide-angle louvers and top discharge auto-swing to efficiently distribute air right across the whole area.

Reverse Cycle Air Conditioning

You are able to get heating and cooling from the same system which means less machinery and consequently more flexibility at the best price.