Split systems are divided according to the type of indoor unit into wall, floor and ceiling, column and built-in suspended ceilings — channel and cassette. The indoor unit of the air conditioner can be placed anywhere in the office or apartment, it is almost silent: the noisiest unit of the system — the compressor — is located in the outdoor unit.
Where and what kind of split systems are used?
Wall split systems are often used in apartments or small offices. If you need to air-condition a large area, depending on the type and characteristics of the room, other types of air conditioners are chosen: columned split systems are installed in large halls and halls, channel and cassette — in large offices with false ceilings and in rooms of complex shape, floor-to-ceiling — in rooms without false ceilings and in offices with glass partitions. Several indoor units can work simultaneously with one outdoor unit — such air conditioners are called multi-split systems, they are required when it is necessary to air-condition several adjacent rooms. If the distance between the blocks is more than 100 meters, and the number of blocks is more than 6, such systems are called multi-zone, zone-modular or VRF systems.
Modern split systems equipped with a remote control and LCD display, with which you can set the temperature with an accuracy of 1 degree. Most models have a timer for automatic on / off and the ability to adjust the speed and direction of the air flow. Some air conditioners capable of supplying fresh air from the street into the room. In the indoor unit, filters can be additionally installed to clean the air from dust, plant pollen, tobacco smoke, etc.