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VRF Air- Conditioners
With over 20 years in the HVAC industry, Advantage Air Systems has the expertise and knowledge to deliver VRF/VRV air conditioning systems that are cost effective to install, easy to use and economical to operate throughout the entire life of the equipment.
Key benefits of VRF/VRV air conditioning systems:
- Highly energy efficient.
- Precise temperature control.
- Simultaneous heating & cooling.
- Heat recovery.
- Zoned comfort.
- Flexible & modular designs.
- Simpler to install.
- Sophisticated, easy to use control.
Split Air- Conditioners
Split air conditioning systems consist to two main parts: an outdoor unit and indoor unit. The former is installed outside on or near the wall of the space being cooled.
Key benefits of Split air conditioning systems:
- Decreases household energy expenditures.
- Many centralized air conditioning units have a habit of losing a great amount of energy due to heat exchange in the duct system.
- Extremely easy installation.
- They can provide climate control.
- Wonderfully quiet operation. ...Great flexibility.
Window Air- Conditioners
Window air conditioners are not only an affordable cooling option, but they are also extremely efficient in the amount of energy they use. These units fit directly inside your window and are readily available in a wide range.
Key benefits of Window air conditioning systems:
- Low Cost. The first major advantage that window air conditioners have is their low and affordable cost.
- Extremely Energy Efficient.
- Easy to Install.
- Doesn't Take Up Floor Space.
- Great for Supplemental Cooling.
- Multi-Functional For Year-Round Use.
- Portable Can Be Used in Many Places
Ceiling Cassette Air-Conditioners
Commonplace in offices with suspended ceilings, the ceiling cassette air conditioner, sometimes known as a cartridge air conditioner, is usually designed to be fitted within a one or two ceiling tile spaces. The bulk of the unit is unseen as it is above the ceiling line and the only visible part is the decorative lower facing with its central inlet grille and 4 edge outlet louvers. The main advantage of these units is aesthetics, but also that a centrally mounted unit can deliver an increased cooling (or heating) capacity across a wide area because of the air being distributed in 4 directions. Typically, a single ceiling cassette air conditioner can do the same job as 3 or 4 wall mounted units.
Floor mounted Air Conditioner
Floor mounted split air conditioners can really be subdivided in to two types. Firstly column air conditioners which are large, high-capacity units (up to around 45000 BTU) used where a large room is to be cooled and where there may be building reasons why several smaller outlets cannot be used.
Secondly, there are smaller cabinet style air conditioners which are far smaller, more like the dimensions of a storage heater than a tall upright freezer dimensions of a column air conditioner. Typically their rated capacities are up to about 15000BTU, These both types of air conditioners are typically installed by refrigeration engineers.
Duct Mounted Air Conditioner
Where a building has a ducted air system, duct mounted air conditioning is usually the preferred option. As the ducting is usually hidden in the ceiling voids, then so to is the duct mounted air conditioning system. Sometimes known as channel or central air-conditioners they also have the advantage of being capable of delivering conditioned air to a number of rooms, depending on the air duct layout. Because these air conditioners work within duct systems, they usually have the facility of cooling fresh air or a blend of fresh and recirculated air. depending on the layout and control of the air delivery system.
Portable Mobile Air- Conditioners
Portable split air conditioners offer the possibility or higher cooling capacity that similar size mono blocks and rated capacities for this type of air conditioner can be as high as 16000 BTU. The design typically has a plastic sheathed ‘umbilical cord’ containing the electrical line and the refrigerant pipes, one end of which will typically have a quick connect facility.
Mobile split air conditioners have the obvious advantage that they are easy to move and set up in a new room, although by putting the outside unit on mounting brackets and the umbilical cord through a drilled hole in the wall, these air conditioners can used for ”semi-permanent’ installation.
Commercial HVAC Air- Conditioning
Commercial structures can benefit from a number of interconnected systems that provide heating and cooling to individual floors or other areas. Some solutions you may see in a large-scale commercial HVAC system include:
Heat Pumps: Extracts heat from air or water for heating – like a refrigerator in reverse. In a water source heat pump, a pipe carries water through the structure to supply the heat pump.
Roof Top Units: These units are found on the roof or ground and duct the conditioned air into the space. Chillers: These generate cool water distributed to air cooling coils via piping systems.
Heaters: These come in two types – common hot air furnaces that burn fuel to heat the air, and radiant heaters that use invisible infrared radiation to heat objects directly.