How do multi-head split systems work?
A standard multi-head split system has multiple indoor units (air handlers) that are located in the rooms you want to heat or cool, and has an external condenser that will sit outside in a convenient location. These indoor units can be installed into any room requiring heating and cooling.
Heat pump technology is present in a wide range of split systems on the market today. Heat pumps circulate refrigerant from the indoor unit to the outdoor through an insulated copper pipe. When warm air is passed over the indoor coil, the refrigerant absorbs the heat. This creates cool airflow that is then expelled into the room. The additional heat that has been absorbed inside is released through the external coil. This process can then be reversed to create heating.
Planning your multi-head split system
There are a few factors to consider when planning to install a multi-head reverse cycle air conditioner system.
- Has your builder made the correct allowances for installing the internal units of a multi-head split system?
- Would you like to conceal the split system’s indoor unit behind a bulkhead? This solution includes an access panel to allow servicing.
- Does the split system suit your current and future lifestyle, as well as the design of your home?
Talk to the experts
Staycool’s home comfort experts are the best in the business. For over 40 years, we have provided Melbourne residents with dependable HVAC units that can handle our city’s variable weather conditions.
We stock a wide range of split systems by the world’s finest brands to make sure that you get the right solution for your needs. These systems allow you to control your home’s temperature, saving you space, money, and time.
For a no-obligation assessment of your heating and cooling, make sure you contact the experts at Staycool.