Air Conditioning

1 year installation warranty on all our air-conditioner installations.

Split System Air Conditioning consists of two parts The main evaporator unit (contains fans) is installed inside the house/building & the external condenser (cooling) unit which can be mounted on wall brackets on the ground or on a flat roof. Split systems are usually used to cool one or more rooms or an open-plan area.


Multi-head Split System contains more than one indoor unit to provide cooling for two or more rooms throughout the house/building from one outdoor unit.



Ducted/Central Air Conditioning (Single Package & Split System)
These air conditioners are used for cooling many rooms at once or office buildings.


Single Package are most commonly used in industrial applications – the evaporator, condenser & compressor are all located into one package.


Split System Ducted circulates cool air through a system of supply & return ducts. Supply ducts & registers are openings in the walls floors or ceilings covered by grilles which carry cool air from the air conditioner throughout the home/building.


Reverse Cycle air conditioning can both cool your room/home down & warm it up.


Inverter An inverter air conditioner can cool a room down quickly and more efficiently. By continuously altering the compressor motor speed it reaches the required temperature quicker the air conditioner adjust up and down to maintain a constant temperature. These air conditioners are capable of running up to 130 percent of their rated capacity for a short period of time to bring the room temperature down more quickly.


Non-inverter compressor runs at a fixed speed and switches off when it has reached the required temperature. This type of system can not maintain an even temperature so is constantly starting and stopping to get to the desired temperature.


Size your own air conditioner (based on normal domestic room ceiling height 2.4m - 2.7m)

m2 x 180 = watts /m2 divide by 1000 = KWAtts required

For example if you have a 5m by 8m bedroom the following calculation would be applied.

5m x 8m = 40m2 x 180 = 7200W divide by 1000 = 7.2KW

Airconditioners come in a power rating in BTU (British Thermal Unit).

Use your KW calculation to identify which power rating your airconditioner requires.

CONVERSION TABLE KW = BTU British Thermal Unit

2KW7000BTU
2.5KW9000BTU
3.2KW - 3.5KW12000BTU
5KW18000BTU
7KW - 7.2KW24000BTU
8KW - 8.4KW28000/30000BTU

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Garbutt BC 4814

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