Site surveys are carried out by our Savva, Senior Technical Solutions Engineer to establish the most efficient and cost effective solution for you based on your individual requirements and importantly, where we will position the condenser.
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We have a range of solutions, once we know what are the limitations or restrictions within your apartment, office, or small shop.
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- The size of the room
- Heat gain from outside
- What the room is being used for
- The number of people inside the room
We will advise you further once we understand more from you. However, our completely internal AC systems are the most energy efficient currently available.
These supply the same quality and performance as an air conditioning system with an outside condenser. The only difference is that the condenser, is fitted internally and fresh cold mains water is used in a controlled manner to take the heat away. From the condenser, everything is relatively the same refrigeration pipe work as a conventional system, with outside condenser, to the room unit/fan coil/evaporator, which provides the air conditioned cool air.
These supply the same quality and performance as an air conditioning system with an outside condenser. The only difference is that the condenser is fitted internally and it needs to be possible to make holes/penetrations to the outside to duct warm air out, to take the heat away, and ambient air in to keep the condenser cool. From the condenser, everything is relatively the same refrigeration pipe work as a conventional system, with outside condenser, to the room unit/fan coil/evaporator, which provides the air conditioned cool air.
If sized correctly for the room to be air conditioned, these are the next stage in quality of performance to a portable unit. These are sealed packaged units, which we generally sell on a supply only basis, as they require the skills of a builder, plumber or electrician to install. The key factor which will decide if this type of air conditioning unit can be used, is that it must be possible to sit the unit on an outside facing wall in the room to be air conditioned, and working from a template provided with the units, cut or core drill two 162mm vent holes directly to the outside, horizontally from where the back of the unit will be, no more than one metre to the outside.
Generally a maintenance visit once every 12 months should be sufficient.
If you have a question which doesn’t appear here, feel free to call us on 020 043 2275 or email email@example.com and we will be happy to help.