Multi-split system air conditioners from Air Conditioning Advisory Centre are available in a wide range of capacities and configurations, making them suitable for a wide range of applications. In general, however, they are most commonly used in commercial settings, where their flexibility and scalability make them ideal for large or complex buildings. Multi-split systems can also be used in residential settings, though they are less common.
Multi-split systems are also much more scalable than traditional split-systems. Because they can have multiple outdoor units, they can be easily expanded to accommodate more indoor units as needed. This makes them ideal for applications where the cooling or heating load may vary over time, such as in Brisbane office buildings or retail stores.
Although multi head split system installation is a bit more complicated than installing a single head split system, it is often a worthwhile endeavour due to the sheer energy efficiency that multi heads provide. The most important thing our technicians make sure of is that each indoor unit is properly sized for the space it will be cooling or heating. If an indoor unit is too small, it won’t be able to effectively cool or heat the space. If an indoor unit is too large, it will cool or heat the space too quickly, which can be uncomfortable.
Another thing to keep in mind is that each indoor unit must have its own thermostat. This is because each indoor unit will be operating independently of the others. If you don’t have a thermostat for each unit, you won’t be able to properly control the temperature in each space.