Split and Multi Split Air Con

 Roof Mounted Air Conditioning System The most familiar form of installed commercial air conditioning, a split or multi split air conditioner is the simple and effective choice to air condition one or more rooms.

Split air conditioning

Split air conditioners are ideal for one room and form a ‘pair’ by connection to a single outdoor unit. They are appropriate for smaller installations and often used where roof or under floor space is limited and ducting difficult.

Multi Split air conditioning 

R22 BAN IN AIR CONMulti split air conditioners are used to serve several rooms and allow individual control of each indoor unit. Typically a single outdoor can power up to nine indoor units. These units come in many different styles and sizes to suit each room and can be ducted, floor or ceiling mounted in a cassette style.

The energy consumption of one outdoor unit which powers a number of indoor units is much less than the sum of  a number of  units with individual splits – typically up to 35% . You will also save on the space needed for the outdoor units and easier installation.

Larger application?

A  vrf air conditioning system may be more appropriate, it provides the ultimate in energy efficiency and comfort throughout the year.

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Schematic showing Air Conditioning distribution

Multi split air conditioning

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Air Conditioning at Surface Technology International

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Modular flexibility to meet precise requirements


What output does my Air Con need to be?

To establish this you will need to know what the likely heat gain is in the space you wish to cool. We have created a heat gain calculator for a simple and quick indication of what your heat load might be. It assumes a reasonable level of insulation to walls, roof or ceiling.  It does not replace the need for expert advise by an HVAC design engineer and a far more complex calculation of  heat loads.

Get something back with an ECA

ETL enhanced capital allowancesThe Government Enhanced Capital Allowances (ECA) initiative rewards investment in energy saving systems that have been included on the Energy Technology List (ETL) with accelerated tax relief. Qualifying businesses can claim a 100% first year capital allowance and write off costs against taxable profits in the year of purchase. Almost without exception, Clean Air will only ever specify ETL approved units, we will also guide you through the application procedure to help make the process a simplicity.

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