Reverse Cycle Split System - Wall Hung

Reverse Cycle Split System - Wall Hung

The effective way to cool your home

Split System Air Conditioners

Split Systems are one of the most popular types of air conditioning systems in the world today. If you would like to have the flexibility to choose which room you would like to heat or cool at any given time, then a Split System air conditioner may be just the right option for you. You will be able to section off the areas of the house where you would like the cooling or heating to run, therefore you are constantly saving on electricity by heating and cooling only the rooms that you are using. Designed to allow for the maximum use of floor space for furniture and fittings, the indoor section of the hi-wall split air conditioner fits neatly onto the wall. The outdoor section can be mounted on a flat roof, on the ground or on a wall bracket. The condenser location is outside, which minimises the noise inside your home/office. Choose from single split air conditioners or a multi head system, where a number of indoor units can be run off the one compressor. Your system will need to be sized accordingly to the area which needs to be cooled/heated. One of our air conditioning experts can help you find the right size split system which will prolong the effectiveness of the system.


  • Flexibility to heat or cool where required
  • Low initial cost
  • Low maintenance cost
  • Quiet operation
  • Reverse cycle (heats and cools)
  • Total control over temperature
  • Efficient heat pump technology
  • Inverter technology
Split System Air Conditioners

How does a split system air conditioner work?

The name ‘Split System’ comes from the way this system actually works, split system air conditioners are cooling systems that have ‘split’ functions. The external system which is called the condensing unit has a compressor/pump located inside which produces cold or hot gas that is fed through piping to the internal unit mounted on a wall. Split systems do not actually add cool air to an area, but instead removes heat from the existing air, leaving the remaining air cooler. The cooling is accomplished by a refrigerant, a compressor and an evaporator. The refrigerant acts like a sponge (‘Squeeze’) which compresses and the heat is expelled. When it expands it absorbs heat. If you squeeze it outside, the heat is expelled into the air; bring it back inside and let it expand and it will soak up more heat from within. This process gives the feeling of the system transferring hot or cold air across the room at an even flow to create a balanced temperature.

Multi Split Systems

Multi Split Systems consist of one outdoor unit running multiple indoor units. They are good for situations where there is limited space outside for more than one unit, or if you just don’t like the look of too many air conditioners outside. The connecting pipes and electrical controls have to run back to one central place. Multi Split Systems are a great way to heat or cool up to eight different rooms around the home or office.

Inverter Cassette Air Conditioners

Intelligent inverter technology works the same way as wall mounted split systems but drawing air in and out at roof level instead. Their design allows them to be installed flush with the roof level giving a clean outlook and also ensuring precise power control. The flexible installation with a space-saving outdoor unit makes this range an easy way to heat and cool your home.

How often should I clean the filter?

Minimum of once a month. It is especially important during the summer when dust and allergens circulate, during this period you should clean air filters frequently. Vacuum return air registers, wash filters (by spraying with a hose) and clean air vents regularly.

How often should I have my split system serviced?

Once a year is recommended to check for blockages, cleanliness etc. You can book in a time for your service when it is convenient for you.

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