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About Split Systems

The name “split system” describes how the unit is designed; it is split into two components. The outdoor cabinet will hold the condenser and compressor, while the indoor cabinet will hold the air handler and coil. The air flows from the component through ductwork, allowing clean, conditioned air to flow from the system to all rooms in the house—That’s why the split unit system is suitable for homes with large indoor space.

The split system is more reliable and energy-efficient than the others, and has the potential to add resell value to your home. The split system combines heating and cooling in one. And because there are two components in the system, placing it is way more flexible than other systems. We also offer a large collection of adaptable components that helps us to customize the system for your needs.

Before you purchase a split-system, you need to check your needs. We recommend using a licensed contractor for installing any system, because any error in the installation process can affect the efficiency of the system. If there is a mistake in your installation, your system might not cool or heat well your home or business.

The split system is ideal for home and businesses, if you are not sure if this system is what you need, please give us a call 833-446-6387, and we will be happy to assist you and give you more information.

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split system is an air-conditioning or heat pump system that uses refrigerant as the heat exchange fluid and has an evaporator, compressor, and condenser as separate components. In most modern commercial applications, the compressor and condenser are combined into a single piece of equipment called a condensing unit.
 

One type of air conditioner, the splitworks by providing air from a wall mounted cooling unit or vents in the floor (which will be discussed in another post). It is called a split air conditioner because it has an inside and an outside part. Most central heating units are of this type.

package HVAC unit combines multiple units, such as an air conditioner and heater, into a single unit. The unit is usually placed outside. Split systems, on the other hand, divide each system into its own unit, so your heater and air conditioner are separate.

The maximum allowable distance between the indoor and the outdoor units of split AC can be about 15 meters.

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