How does a ducted refrigerated system work?
In hot weather, a refrigerated air system draws warm internal air over an inside coil, transferring heat from the air into the refrigerant. The cool air then passes through the ducts to the relevant zones in your home, while the heat is transferred to the outside air through an external coil. In cool weather, this process is reversed, drawing heat from the outside air and transferring it to the inside of your home.
Planning your ducted refrigerated system
When you’re choosing a reverse cycle ducted heating and cooling system, it must suit your current and future lifestyle as well as the design of your home. Here are some considerations when planning ducted refrigerated heating and cooling:
- Will you use an inverter to help reduce energy costs?
- Should you use zoning with your heating systems, such as a day/night setup or separating living and sleeping areas?
- Which outlet style will best complement your home’s style and décor?
- How would you like to control each zone (e.g., a touch screen)?
Talk to the experts
Ducted refrigerated systems can range from 2.5kw through to large 100kw units used for commercial applications. Our consultants can help you decide on the best options for your new reverse cycle system to suit your new home and family’s needs.
For a no-obligation assessment of your heating and cooling from the experts, make sure you contact Staycool.