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Technical Hub – Air Conditioning
Which should i choose?
Types of systems
Split system air conditioners have an outdoor condenser that connects to an indoor fan coil unit via small copper pipes and electrical wiring. The indoor unit is either wall mounted, under ceiling mounted or is a floor standing model that circulates either warm or cool air as desired. Split systems are ideal for air conditioning single rooms or open areas.
A multi-split system can air condition multiple rooms with a single outdoor condenser connecting to multiple fan coil units. Multi-split systems are ideal where there is limited space for a number of outdoor units or insufficient space for ducting. They also allow individual temperature control in each room.
With a ducted system, a condenser is installed outside the home. The indoor fan coil is usually located in the ceiling or under the floor with flexible ductwork distributing warm or cool air through vents located in each room of the house. Ducted systems can be designed to operate in two or more zones, so they can be heated or cooled at different times depending on the season.