There are various types of air conditioning systems. The application of a particular type of system depends upon a number of factors like how large the area is to be cooled; the total heat generated inside the enclosed area, Our designer would consider all the related parameters and suggest the system most suitable for your space.

Window Air Conditioner
Is the most commonly used air conditioner for single rooms. In this air conditioner all the components, namely the compressor, condenser, expansion valve or coil, evaporator and cooling coil are enclosed in a single box. This unit is fitted in a slot made in the wall of the room, or often a window sill.

Split Air Conditioner
The comprises of two parts: the outdoor unit and the indoor unit. The outdoor unit, fitted outside the room, houses components like the compressor, condenser and expansion valve. The indoor unit comprises the evaporator or cooling coil and the cooling fan. For this unit you don’t have to make any slot in the wall of the room. Further, the present day split units have aesthetic looks and add to the beauty of the room. The split air conditioner can be used to cool one or two rooms.

Wall Mounted Air Conditioning System
Wall mounted air conditioning units are compact and lightweight, being only 20cm in depth. They require very small bore piping and are quick and simple to install. They provide adjustable airflow which can be controlled via remote control. These systems suit offices up to 60 square meters and are currently the most cost-effective solution but they may not be so efficient or effective in larger, open-plan offices.

Ceiling Suspended Air Conditioning System
Ceiling suspended air conditioning units are ideal for rooms without ceiling voids as they can be fitted to any normal ceiling. They can also be semi- recessed if a small void does exist. Air-flow can be set horizontally for maximum cooling or to a vertical position for heating.

Ceiling Cassette Air Conditioning System
Cassette air conditioning units incorporate the latest fan technology and are quiet and compact. Concealed within a ceiling void the air conditioning cassette exposes a grille of only 25 or 28mm in depth. They provide total control over air flow within the room, can introduced fresh as well as conditioned air, and are extremely quiet even at higher fan speeds. Other benefits are its very low noise levels, due to the reduced air velocity through the four sides which also helps reduce any draughts or dead zones. This type of air conditioning system is one of the most aesthetically pleasing and efficient available.

Floor Mounted Air Conditioning System
Slim low wall fully cased air conditioning units are especially suitable for areas such as partitioned offices. The units occupy very little floor space, and are ideal for siting against perimeter walls in open-plan offices, banking halls, retail sites and similar areas. The air con unit provides efficient cooling or heating and is fitted with an adjustable louver for uniform air distribution. Because these are wall-mounted air conditioning units, installation is not only extremely simple but can be done without spoiling existing decorations.

Thru Wall Air Conditioning System
This is a self-contained air conditioning system which requires a hole to be made in an external wall or window to accommodate. These systems are used in many applications where there is no location for an external condensing unit. Air return is done via the front facia and discharges the cooled air via a louver assembly on the front facia also.

Ducted Air Conditioning System
Whatever the shape of the room, ducted air conditioning units create uniform temperatures throughout. The aircond unit itself is totally concealed, usually within a ceiling void. Cool or warm air is then ducted into the room through diffusers discretely positioned in the walls, floor or ceiling. These units can also be connected to an outside air supply. Being completely concealed, the duct unit operates without intruding upon the eye or ear. Any style of air-diffuser can be used, greatly increasing the scope for attractive interior design within the room. Moreover, should the room layout be changed, the diffuser's position can easily be moved with the very minimum of disruption. Although they require more space than ceiling cassettes, ducts are simple to install. And for easy maintenance they are available with the option of a long-life washable air filter.