Installation of Ducted Cycle Air Conditioning

99% of all air conditioning products and systems installed by DGB Refrigeration & Air conditioning are now reverse cycle heat pumps. These systems are capable of producing cool and warm air. Therefore not only can these systems be used for cooling in summer they can be used as heaters in the winter. These systems are much more efficient than any conventional electrical heating. In heating mode the system changes to a forced air heating system by reversing its operation internally. All systems are totally automated and can switch between heating and cooling as required. Ideal on a spring or autumn day when it can be cold in the morning and hot in the afternoon. All the systems shown below are reverse cycle heat pumps.

The Indoor Units & Wall Mounted Systems

Generally a lower cost system consisting of an indoor unit mounted on the wall at high level, which will circulate the air in the conditioned room. Some units have infra-red controls (similar to a TV remote), others have fixed wall controllers. Ideal for smaller offices, retail outlets, restaurant/bar and residential applications where there is no ceiling void.

Ducted Systems

These units are by far the most aesthetically pleasing as they are installed above the ceiling void or in a loft area. Discharge grilles are fitted in the ceiling to give the best air distribution pattern in the room. The air from the unit is transfer to the discharge grilles via ductwork.This type of installation is more costly, but it can be custom designed to suit special applications. Ideal for offices, restaurants/bars, retail outlets and residential applications.

duct reverse - Ducted Reverse Cycle Air Conditioning

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