Multi Head Split System Melbourne
About Multi-Head System
A multi-head air conditioner system is an effective and energy-efficient way to moderate temperature within your home or office.
The system involves having one outdoor condenser unit that provides refrigerant to multiple indoor units throughout the home or office. This allows for a greater degree of comfort throughout the space and reduces energy usage by not moderating temperatures of unused areas of the house.
Installation of a multi-head air conditioner system is achieved by connecting multiple ducts to the outside unit. It is recommended to have two separate branches of ducting leading into each room where a split unit is desired. The ducting should be run through the wall closest to the floor and down to just above floor level. The duct should then be connected to a flange at the base of the split unit.
How do Multi-Head Systems work?
A multi-head split system is used to circulate hot water through the heating system, which then heats up the air that is blown into a room. This is because hot air will rise, so using a heat pump to deliver hot air to your rooms is more effective than using a standard boiler system.
The multi-head split system works by having two separate circuits in each room of your home, one for heating and once for cooling. Each circuit has its own radiator with one end connected to the central heating system, while the other end of the radiator is connected to a wall-mounted thermostat. The thermostat monitors and controls the temperature in each room. When it senses that there is too much heat in a room, it turns on the cooler circuit.
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What are the running costs?
Running costs for a multi-head split air conditioning system can be slightly higher than for a single-head system. However, if you were to use a single-head system, you would be cooling only the living room and dining room, so you would still need to use other cooling appliances elsewhere in your home. The running costs of an Air conditioner are relatively low because most of the power is consumed during the start-up period. Therefore, it is only when air conditioners are running at full capacity that they use the majority of their energy. Running costs of a multi-head split air conditioning system will therefore not be any higher than those of a single-head system.
Why should you opt for a Multi-Head Split Air Conditioning?
Whether you are looking for a split unit or a package unit, a multi-head split AC is the best option. This kind of AC has the ability to cool a larger area than any other AC in the market. A multi-head split AC works by distributing hot air evenly across the room. It’s important to note that the size of an AC is measured by its tonnage. The bigger the tonnage, the more air it can move.
Multi-head split ACs come with large tonnages ranging from 2 tons up to 5 tons depending on your cooling needs. These units are capable of cooling larger areas compared to window AC units or portable units.
A multi-head split AC comes with multiple units connected to one single outdoor unit, which makes it convenient and efficient to run. This means that you have one indoor unit and multiple fan coils per indoor unit, which will result in better cooling performance. In addition, this system is easy to install and use as compared to other options available in the market.