Ducted Reverse Cycle Split System

The effective way to heat and cool your home

Ducted Reverse Cycle Split System

Ducted reverse cycle air conditioning is an ideal solution for whole of home or office heating and cooling. Consisting of an indoor and outdoor unit, the indoor unit is placed within the roof space and is connected to a series of vents within the house via ductwork. Warm or cool air is circulated to all rooms via this system and can be set up to operate in different zones, saving money on energy costs.

Features

  • Flexibility to heat/Cool where required
  • Quiet Operation
  • Reverse Cycle (heats and cools)
  • Total control over the temperature
  • Aesthetically attractive
  • Customise to your requirements
  • Zoning available to save on running costs
  • Efficient Heat Pump technology
  • Inverter Technology

Reverse Cycle Split Systems

New advanced technology has made the Inverter air conditioners more economical to operate and quieter to run than conventional units. They can handle greater extremes in temperature, are smoother and more stable in operation and reach the desired temperature more quickly than conventional air conditioners.

How does reverse cycle air conditioning work?

Designed to cool or heat multiple rooms at once, Reverse Cycle Split Systems feed refrigerated air through a series of vents in the home. Usually these vents are in the ceiling. Reverse Cycle Split air conditioners use a concealed ducted fan coil which is normally placed in the ceiling to distribute air to the rooms you want to heat and cool. The condenser for this system is placed outside on a concrete slab.

In cooling mode, warm air from the room is drawn into the indoor fan coil where heat is absorbed and removed. The air is recirculated back into the room providing cool, comfortable living even on the hottest summer day. By simply flicking the switch your heat pump runs in reverse to keep your room cosy and warm on winter days.