Split System Air Conditioners

Split System air conditioners are capable of conditioning a single room, with sizes varying depending on KW of the unit. Larger more open plan rooms such as kitchens, living or lounge rooms may require a large Kw (Kilowatts) rating than a small bedroom.

What is a Split System Conditioner?

A Split System Air Conditioner is a rectangular unit which is attached to the wall or floor and only cools and/or heats a single room. The air is distributed through a vent on the front of the unit.

Wall Mount Split System Air Conditioner

A Split System Air Conditioner consists of an indoor unit which is attached to the wall and an outdoor unit which would be a box located outside of the building. The brand of your unit would be labelled on the outdoor unit but may be faded or gone due to age. A remote control is used to turn the unit on/off and to set temperatures etc.

Floor Mount Split System Air Conditioner

A Floor Mount Split System air conditioner consists of an indoor unit which is attached to the floor and an outdoor unit which would be a box located outside of the building. The brand of your unit would be labelled on the outdoor unit but may be faded or gone due to age. A remote control is used to turn the unit on/off and to set temperatures etc.

Multi-head Split System Air Conditioner

A Multi Head Split System air conditioner consists of more than one indoor units which attach to the wall and one outdoor unit which would be a box located outside of the building. The brand of your unit would be labelled on the outdoor unit but may be faded or gone due to age. An individual remote control is used to turn each unit on/off and to set temperatures etc.

Care and Maintenance

Split system Air Conditioners have an air filtration system which collects dust and dirt particles in the air and stops these particles being distributed through the air vents into the air you breathe. These filters need to be removed and cleaned every 3-6 months.

Remote controls are generally used for the operating function of these types of units and are powered by alkaline battery, these will need replacing from time to time.