About Air Conditioning
Air conditioning is essential for modern life, especially in the sweltering summer heat we see in Australia. Maintaining year-round indoor comfort by regulating temperature, humidity, and airflow in your living or workspace is simple with a high-quality air conditioning system. However, it’s important to note that indoor air pollution, from sources like tobacco smoke, household products, and poor ventilation, can compromise indoor air quality. Prolonged exposure to these contaminants poses health risks, including respiratory issues and allergies.
Effective air conditioning and ventilation systems play a crucial role in addressing indoor air pollution, ensuring a healthy and comfortable indoor environment for everyone. If you are grappling with high winter gas heating costs or the absence of an efficient heating/cooling system, the installation of an electric air conditioning system alongside a solar system makes a substantial difference. Electric air conditioning, powered by solar energy, is the economical alternative to traditional gas heating.
An electric air conditioning system just makes sense when you consider its affordability and the potential savings compared to gas heating. It’s also an attractive choice for those seeking energy-efficient options. Integrating electric air conditioning with solar power not only enhances climate control efficiency but also reduces reliance on conventional energy sources. Considering the financial benefits and improved energy efficiency, the installation of electric air conditioning systems alongside solar systems stands as a practical solution for those aiming to enhance their heating and cooling capabilities while managing costs.
There are two typical types of electric heating/cooling we offer:
How It Works
Outdoor Unit (Condenser): This unit is typically installed outside the building and houses the condenser coil, compressor, and a fan. The compressor is the heart of the system, as it pumps and pressurizes the refrigerant, facilitating the heat exchange process.
Indoor Unit (Air Handler): The indoor unit is usually located in the ceiling or under the floor and is responsible for distributing the conditioned air throughout the building. It contains the evaporator coil, which cools the air as it passes over it.
Ductwork: Ducts are a network of insulated tubes that connect the indoor unit to various rooms or zones within the building. They carry the conditioned air from the indoor unit to different areas and return the warm air back for re-cooling. Properly designed ductwork ensures even conditioning throughout the space.
Air Vents/Grilles: These are the outlets through which the conditioned air enters the rooms. They are strategically placed to ensure efficient air distribution and can be adjusted to control airflow.
Return Air Grilles and Filter: These vents are responsible for collecting warm air from inside the building, filtering it, and returning it to the indoor unit for cooling. Proper placement of return air grilles is essential for balanced air circulation.
Indoor Unit (Evaporator Unit or Air Handler): The indoor unit is usually mounted on the wall or ceiling inside the room you want to cool. It contains the evaporator coil, a fan, and the air filters. When the system is turned on, the indoor unit draws warm air from the room, passes it over the cold evaporator coil, and blows the cooled air back into the room.
Outdoor Unit (Condenser Unit): The outdoor unit is installed outside the building, often on a concrete slab or mounted on brackets. It houses the condenser coil, compressor, and a fan. The outdoor unit’s main function is to release the heat absorbed from the indoor air into the outside air.
Refrigerant Lines: These are copper tubes that connect the indoor and outdoor units. They carry the refrigerant back and forth between the two units to facilitate the heat exchange process.
Expertise and Experience
We bring years of experience to the table as air conditioning installation specialists. Our skilled technicians are well-trained and knowledgeable in the latest industry trends and best practices. With our expertise, we ensure that your air conditioning system is installed correctly, efficiently, and in compliance with all relevant regulations.
Every space is unique, and so are your cooling needs. We take the time to understand your requirements and recommend the most suitable air conditioning solution for your specific environment. Whether it’s a single room or an entire building, we tailor our installations to match your comfort preferences and budget.
We prioritise the use of high-quality air conditioning systems and components from reputable manufacturers. Our selection includes reliable and energy-efficient units designed to provide optimal cooling comfort while minimising energy consumption. We believe in offering products that stand the test of time.
From the moment you reach out to us, our friendly and responsive sales team is ready to assist you. We guide you through the entire process, from initial consultation and system selection to installation and post-installation support. Our goal is to make your experience seamless and stress-free.
Air Conditioning Products
Mitsubishi Heavy Industries (MHI)
Mitsubishi Heavy Industries (MHI)
Say goodbye to hot and cold spots in your home with AirTouch’s Intelligent Temperature Sensors (ITS Technology). Traditional air conditioning systems rely on a single sensor, leaving some rooms uncomfortable. With ITS, you can set different temperatures for each zone, allowing precise climate control. When the sun heats one side of your house, AirTouch adjusts airflow only where needed, preventing energy wastage. These wireless sensors are easy to add and set up, ensuring your home stays comfortable while saving on energy costs. Plus, they offer the peace of mind of monitoring your baby’s room temperature. Discover ultimate comfort with AirTouch ITS Technology.
- Air Conditioning Unit: 20kW Daikin 3 Phase Ducted Unit
- Zone 1: Master Bedroom and Bedroom 4
- Zone 2: Kitchen and Family Room
- Zone 3: Bedroom 2 and Bedroom 3
- Zone 4: Living Room, Dining Room, and Rumpus Room
Frequently Asked Questions
What are the different types of air conditioning systems?
Common types include split systems, ducted systems, window units, portable units, and central air conditioning systems.