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Room Air Conditioners

Window Air Conditioners

Window Air Conditioner also known as a room air conditioner, an appliance that cools a single room rather than an entire home or business. If they provide cooling only where they're needed, window air conditioners are less expensive to operate than central units, even though their efficiency is generally lower than that of central air conditioners.


Smaller window air conditioners – those drawing less than 7.5 amps of electricity – can be plugged into any 15- or 20-amp, 115-volt household circuit that is not shared with any other major appliances. Larger room air conditioners (those drawing more than 7.5 amps) need their own dedicated 115-volt circuit. The largest models require a dedicated 230-volt circuit.


Split Air Conditioners

Window Air Conditioner also known as a room air conditioner, an appliance that cools a single room rather than an entire home or business. If they provide cooling only where they're needed, window air conditioners are less expensive to operate than central units, even though their efficiency is generally lower than that of central air conditioners.


Smaller window air conditioners – those drawing less than 7.5 amps of electricity – can be plugged into any 15- or 20-amp, 115-volt household circuit that is not shared with any other major appliances. Larger room air conditioners (those drawing more than 7.5 amps) need their own dedicated 115-volt circuit. The largest models require a dedicated 230-volt circuit.


Ceiling Wall Air Conditioners

Wall mounted air conditioners are known to be the best option for cooling a home. However, most people feel that they may not be required when there are many options available on the market such as central air and window units.

One of the most common wall mounted air conditioners types is quite similar to a window unit. The only difference is that this air conditioner is mounted on the wall. The main benefit with this type of air cooler is that you do not require to compromise on your window views.


Cassette Model Split Air Conditioners

A ceiling-embeded cassette type air conditioner has a driving fan, a heat exchanger, a cabinet, and a deflector. An air is controlled to have desired temperature and humidity while passing the driving fan and the heat exchanger. The cabinet and the heat exchanger define a fluid channel guided to exhaust ports between the cabinet and the heat exchanger.

The deflector extends straight and inclined to the heat exchanger, so as to enable the air to smoothly flow toward the exhaust ports without a secondary air-flow. By the fluid channel, the quantity of blown-air is increased with the same motor while the noise is reduced with the same quantity of blown-air. Consequently, the performance and the efficiency of the air conditioner are improved.


Floor Standing Air Conditioners

Specially suited to tertiary and industrial applications, the XAR Split-System vertical air-cooled cabinet range offers the notable features of being extremely simple to install and maintain. Available with a comprehensive range of accessories, the very complete and intelligently designed range provides the ideal solution for overcoming numerous installation constraints.

  • Easy installation and maintenance.
  • Split system with outdoor condenser fan units.
  • Treated air distribution to premises by plenum or duct network.
  • Adjustable available static pressure.
  • Thermostat temperature regulation.








Ceiling Model Air Conditioners

A ceiling cassette air conditioner comprises two elements - an internal and an external unit. The internal unit is fitted into the ceiling in the room to be cooled, whilst the external unit is situated outside the building. The two are connected using copper pipe. The external unit, or condensor, removes the heat from the room and dissipates it outside, along with any condensation that's built-up in the system, whilst the internal unit provides cooling.