Air Conditioning Products
The indoor units come in all shapes and sizes, some designed to fit on a wall, or ceiling, some hidden above a ceiling with air ducts connected, some half in/half out of the ceiling. It is perfectly feasible to require cooling in one room and heating in another, this can be achieved by fitting a multi split or a VRV/VRF.
Above you will find a selection of our most popular models, other models are available.
A heat pump system, like and air conditioning system, has an indoor unit/interconnecting pipes/outdoor unit, but it also has a reversing valve which pumps the refrigerant the other way around the circuit. This “reverse cycle” operation makes the outdoor unit cool the surrounding air, and the indoor unit discharge its heat into the room. Whilst this may appear very elaborate, there are two very good reasons for having the heat pump option:
A heat pump system capable of providing 7KW of heating in the room, consumes only 2KW of electricity – very cost effective on running costs. This means it is 2/7, or 28% of the running costs of an electric heater.
Inverter High Efficiency Systems
Inverter technology is now being used on all sorts of electrical products having electric motors. Instead of the motor switching on & off, the Inverter allows the motor to operate at different speeds, depending on the work it is required to do.
Most modern air conditioning/heat pump systems now have an Inverter has a standard feature, allowing the compressor motor speed to automatically adjust to the heating or cooling requirement in the conditioned room (which varies considerably during the course of the day). It also allows the motor to start at low speed, so there is no 'spike' in the electricity mains power supply. It also means small systems can be powered from a typical domestic power supply. However, the main benefits to the user are:
1. Reduced electricity costs,
2. More stable control of temperature.
Cross air conditioning can fit any of these systems, please feel free to e mail or call with any queries on product selection.