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Single Area

Single area Air Conditioning and Heating options

(1 x Indoor unit + 1 x Outdoor unit)

These systems are best-suited to providing comfort for single areas anywhere in your Home, Studio and Attic conversions. They can also be used for supplemental comfort for problem areas.

The type of system your home requires will depend upon factors such as the size of the room, its location and your specific needs to name just a few. To see what system is best for you, here is a brief outline of the different systems available and where they might be ideally suited.

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Wall Mount Type

Wall mounted indoor units are the most common in Australian homes. They are mounted on the wall and circulate air to heat or cool a room evenly. They should be located so the airflow can reach as much of the room as possible.

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Floor-Standing Units

These are positioned on the floor or above the skirting against a wall. Also, can be semi or fully recessed into joinery. They should not be positioned behind lounge suites or couches that obstruct the airflow, to operate efficiently, they need clear space in front of them. Ideal in areas with low vertical walls.

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Floor / Under-ceiling type

These units can be positioned on the wall at floor level or above the skirting board or attached to the underside of the ceiling (although less common). The major benefit of these units is that they are highly practical in homes where wall and floor space is limited.

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Bulkhead / Mini-duct type

Compact and lightweight, so are easily installed in limited spaces. Highly flexible in installations, can be fitted in bulkheads, false ceilings, above wardrobes / Walk-in-robes and between the drop ceiling and ceiling slab. Also ideal for shallow ceilings.

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Ceiling Cassette

The ideal indoor unit for installation inside narrow false ceilings with only the decoration panel visible after installation. A simple design makes it comfortable to the eye in the living rooms or bedrooms.

Multiple Area

Multiple area Air Conditioning and Heating Solutions

Multi- Split

(2 – 5 x Indoor units + 1 x Outdoor unit)

With up to 5 indoor units, Multi-Split Systems are ideal for applications desiring individual room comfort in a space-saving design. These systems offer excellent energy efficiency levels for enhanced home comfort and energy savings. These are suitable for new construction, renovation projects and existing dwellings.

Multi-Split / VRVIII-S / VRF

(2 – 9 x Indoor units + 1 x Outdoor unit)

With up to 9 indoor units, these systems are the ultimate, flexible solution for individual zone comfort. Connecting up to nine indoor units to a single outdoor unit reduces installation space and costs while maximizing comfort and energy savings. With a choice of 30+ unit types in a wide range of capacities, this system allows mixed and matched combinations for Absolute Comfort in almost any residential application.

The type of system your home requires will depend upon factors such as the size of the room, its location and your specific needs to name just a few. To see what system is best for you, here is a brief outline of the different systems available and where they might be ideally suited.

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Wall Mount Type

Wall mounted indoor units are the most common in Australian homes. They are mounted on the wall and circulate air to heat or cool a room evenly. They should be located so the airflow can reach as much of the room as possible.

floor-standing-ac.png

Floor-Standing Units

These are positioned on the floor or above the skirting against a wall. Also, can be semi or fully recessed into joinery. They should not be positioned behind lounge suites or couches that obstruct the airflow, to operate efficiently, they need clear space in front of them. Ideal in areas with low vertical walls.

floor-ceiling-ac2.png

Floor / Under-ceiling type

These units can be positioned on the wall at floor level or above the skirting board or attached to the underside of the ceiling (although less common). The major benefit of these units is that they are highly practical in homes where wall and floor space is limited.

bulkhead-miniduct.png

Bulkhead / Mini-duct type

Compact and lightweight, so are easily installed in limited spaces. Highly flexible in installations, can be fitted in bulkheads, false ceilings, above wardrobes / Walk-in-robes and between the drop ceiling and ceiling slab. Also ideal for shallow ceilings.

ceiling-cassette200.png

Ceiling Cassette

The ideal indoor unit for installation inside narrow false ceilings with only the decoration panel visible after installation. A simple design makes it comfortable to the eye in the living rooms or bedrooms.

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Ducted type (low – mid – high static)

For small to large spaces in need of a concealed duct-type indoor unit. These units range from compact design with low airflow to extremely powerful with high static and airflow for large areas.

 

Whole Home

Whole home Air Conditioning and Heating Systems

Ducted type

With ducted type systems, climate control is at the touch of a button. These systems are ideal for whole home or multiple room applications and can incorporate zone selection if required.

A ducted system provides discreet air conditioned comfort throughout your entire home. It can be installed and tailored to suit an existing or new home. These systems are flexible; the indoor unit is concealed out of sight in your ceiling or under the floor, with flexible ducting distributing conditioned air throughout your home.

Ducted System Layout

 

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Multi-Split / VRVIII-S / VRF

With up to 9 indoor units, these systems are the ultimate, flexible solution for individual zone comfort. Connecting up to nine indoor units to a single outdoor unit reduces installation space and costs while maximizing comfort and energy savings. With a choice of 30+ unit types in a wide range of capacities, this system allows mixed and matched combinations for Absolute Comfort in almost any residential application.

The type of system your home requires will depend upon factors such as the size of the room, its location and your specific needs to name just a few. To see what system is best for you, here is a brief outline of the different systems available and where they might be ideally suited.

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VRV / VRF and Heat Recovery

These systems are ideal for homeowners that seek the ultimate in performance and energy efficiency, with systems capable of handling the BIGGEST home. You can control the comfort levels independently of every single room in your home and can simultaneously HEAT and COOL. With an unlimited choice of unit types in a wide range of capacities, this system allows mixed and matched combinations for Absolute Comfort in ANY residential application.

The type of system your home requires will depend upon factors such as the size of the room, its location and your specific needs to name just a few. To see what system is best for you, here is a brief outline of the different systems available and where they might be ideally suited.

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Wall Mount Type

Wall mounted indoor units are the most common in Australian homes. They are mounted on the wall and circulate air to heat or cool a room evenly. They should be located so the airflow can reach as much of the room as possible.

floor-standing-acx3.jpg

Floor-Standing Units

These are positioned on the floor or above the skirting against a wall. Also, can be semi or fully recessed into joinery. They should not be positioned behind lounge suites or couches that obstruct the airflow, to operate efficiently, they need clear space in front of them. Ideal in areas with low vertical walls.

under-ceiling-floor.jpg

Floor / Under-ceiling type

These units can be positioned on the wall at floor level or above the skirting board or attached to the underside of the ceiling (although less common). The major benefit of these units is that they are highly practical in homes where wall and floor space is limited.

bulkhead-miniduct.png

Bulkhead / Mini-duct type

Compact and lightweight, so are easily installed in limited spaces. Highly flexible in installations, can be fitted in bulkheads, false ceilings, above wardrobes / Walk-in-robes and between the drop ceiling and ceiling slab. Also ideal for shallow ceilings.

ceiling-cassettex3.jpg

Ceiling Cassette

The ideal indoor unit for installation inside narrow false ceilings with only the decoration panel visible after installation. A simple design makes it comfortable to the eye in the living rooms or bedrooms.

ducted-acx3.jpg

Ducted type (low – mid – high static)

For small to large spaces in need of a concealed duct-type indoor unit. These units range from compact design with low airflow to extremely powerful with high static and airflow for large areas.