What is Split System Air Conditioning?
A split air conditioning system or better known as a ‘highwall’ has an internal wall mounted component and an external component. The two pieces are connected by electrical cables and two small pipes that carry refrigerant.
The external component, known as the ‘condensor’, consists of the compressor and all of the pieces need to create the refrigeration effect for cooling (and heating in Winter). The internal component, known as a ‘fancoil’, distributes the cool or warm air throughout the room it is fitted.
Why Would I Need A Split System Air Conditioning?
Many people like to save money on their air conditioning running costs by not cooling & heating every room in the house, but it can sometimes be a challenge when important rooms such as a bedroom, baby’s nursery, or study cannot have window air conditioners.
A split air conditioning system is an ideal and cost-effective way to cool a single room in your home and avoid having to spend extra money cooling all of the other rooms as well.