Step 2: Single or multi-split
The number of rooms, their size, and layout in the house are crucial when deciding whether to use a single or multi-split unit.
While single-split systems consist of an indoor unit and an outdoor unit connected by copper pipe, with multi-split systems, up to five indoor units of your choice can be connected to one outdoor unit.
Multi-split is suitable for different climate zones and for multiple rooms or large rooms. A significant advantage is the low space requirement for the outdoor unit and the simple installation.
The one-room solution. Optimal for targeted air conditioning.
The multi-room solution. Suitable for the air conditioning of several rooms and climate zones.
Step 3: Suitable indoor unit
In the indoor unit, the ambient air is extracted, filtered, and cooled or heated by a suitable heat exchanger.
Wall, console, cassette, and duct models vary in terms of power, design, and filter functions. These can be combined as desired. Cassette units are ideal for integration in suspended ceilings. If the air conditioner needs to be discrete, a duct unit can be installed above the suspended ceiling. For retrofitting, we recommend console or wall models.
Step 4: Suitable outdoor unit
The surplus heat inside is absorbed and conveyed to the outdoor unit via the refrigerant.
In the outdoor unit, the heat is dissipated and the refrigerant flows back to the indoor unit. The result: the air cools down. The key factors in choosing the right air conditioner are the required power and the number of indoor units that will be connected.