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How long have split air conditioner unit been around?
Ductless heating and cooling systems were developed in Japan in the 1970’s and have since become a preferred heating and cooling system throughout Asia and much of Europe. In the United States ductless systems have been used in commercial applications for over 20 years.
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  • FAQ'S About Split Air Conditioner Unit
  • What is a split air conditioning system?
  • What Brands do you recommend ?
  • Water is draining into my room from my air conditioner. What do I do?
  • How is the system controlled?
  • What are the benefits of an air filtration system?
  • Inside unit is running but the outside unit is not, what's up?
  • Why are some rooms cooler than others?
  • What Types of Air Conditioners Are There?
  • Is a Ductless Mini-Split Air Conditioning System Right for Me?
  • How Do I Know if Something Is Wrong with My Air Conditioner?
  • How Do I Choose an Indoor Air Purification System?
  • Do I Really Need a HEPA Filter?
  • Is there anything I can do to reduce the risk of my air conditioner breaking down?
  • Who invented air conditioning?
  • Is salt air harmful to air conditioners?
  • Should I be worried about the amount of noise my air condition makes when it starts up?
  • What is relative humidity?
  • Is there a difference between comfort conditioning and industrial conditioning?
  • What is meant by a 'ton' of refrigeration?
  • How long does an actual installation take?
  • Should outdoor units be covered from the rain?
  • Should a thermostat be switched to “auto” or “on”?
  • What is a split air conditioning system?
  • Split air conditioning system is an air conditioner which has had its two major components separated, to give you the benefits of powerful unit while keeping noise levels inside your home to a minimum.The compressor which is the heart of the system will be mounted outside of your house, so that you will not hear it. Top ?
  • What Brands do you recommend ?
  • For split systems, we have found Daikin, Fujitsu, LG, Mitsubishi and Panasonic to have the best track record in quality split systems. For different capacities, we have found some to be better than others, and for different requirements some are a more suited than others. Different benefits include most efficient in class, lowest indoor noise in class, smallest dimensions in class just to name a few. To get the most benefit from your system, it is important for you to list your priorities and choose accordingly. Top ?
  • Water is draining into my room from my air conditioner. What do I do?
  • This problem generally has one of two causes: the unit was not installed properly with the outside lower than the inside to allow for adequate exterior drainage, or there may be a clog in the drain pan where condensate collects during operation.

    If you feel that neither of these conditions exists, check for air leaking in from the outside anywhere around the unit. Air leaks will cause condensation to form on the outside of the unit, and this water will drain into your room. If there are any air leaks, resealing them should address the problem. Top ?
  • How is the system controlled?
  • The system is controlled with a remote control, which also functions as a programmable thermostat. Most systems offer various modes of operation such as quiet, high or timer. Wall-mounted controls are also available. Top ?
  • What are the benefits of an air filtration system?
  • An Air Filtration system removes dust, pollen, spores and smoke. It can also reduce the cost of Furnace and Air Conditioner maintenance. Top ?
  • Inside unit is running but the outside unit is not, what's up?
  • Tripped A/C breaker: Check this first. Find the breaker for the air conditioner or Heat Pump (there will be a seperate breaker for the indoor and outdoor units). Turn it completely "off" even if it appears to be "off", then turn it back on again. If it trips again, leave it alone and call for service.
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  • Why are some rooms cooler than others?
  • There are several reason that can cause this including the fundemental laws of nature:
    • Hot air rises to upstairs rooms
    • Sun sets on the western side of house Top ?
  • What Types of Air Conditioners Are There?
  • There are several types of air conditioning systems that you can have installed in your home, and they each have certain benefits. For instance, ductless mini-split systems are ideal for smaller homes and spaces where installing ductwork isn’t an option. These types of systems consist of an outdoor compressor unit and indoor, wall-mounted units that each have their own individual thermostat. They provide excellent temperature control and can be installed virtually anywhere.

    For larger homes, however, packaged air conditioning systems are often a more appropriate option. Particularly if you have ductwork already in place, a packaged air conditioning system will serve you quite well. These systems also come with an outdoor compressor unit, which delivers cool air throughout your house via a system of ducts and vents.

    And if your cooling needs surpass even the impressive output of the packaged system, you can always opt for a central air conditioning system. Although these are most common in commercial structures like malls and movie theatres, or in larger office and apartment buildings, some large homes are served quite well by central air conditioners as well. Top ?
  • Is a Ductless Mini-Split Air Conditioning System Right for Me?
  • It very well may be. Ductless mini-split air conditioning systems can include multiple indoor units, and can service a pretty extensive area of a moderately sized home. They’re economical to install because they don’t require ductwork. Instead, the outdoor compressor supplies coolant to the indoor units directly through a refrigerant line. This makes installation less invasive, and also makes it possible to install air conditioning in rooms that would have been inaccessible for other types of systems.

    Ductless split systems can also save you money on your monthly energy bills because each indoor unit has its own individual thermostat. That way you can choose to cool only the area that you inhabit at the moment and you don’t have to pay to cool the other empty rooms of your house. Top ?
  • How Long Will My New Air Conditioning System Last?
  • Although the lifespan of air conditioning systems can vary considerably, it’s reasonable to expect a new system to last between 10 and 15 years. With proper maintenance and care, many newer systems can last even longer. Top ?
  • How Do I Know if Something Is Wrong with My Air Conditioner?
  • There are several warning signs to watch out for that may tell you that there’s something wrong with your air conditioner. For instance, if you notice the compressor unit making an unusual amount of noise, it’s worth calling AC technicians to have them take a look for you.

    Also, if your monthly energy bills go up dramatically, it’s reasonable to suspect that your air conditioner might not be working the way it should. Similarly, if your home isn’t being evenly cooled like it used to, you’ve probably got a system in need of repair. Top ?
  • How Do I Choose an Indoor Air Purification System?
  • There are quite a few different factors to consider when you’re trying to select the right indoor air purification system for your home. The size of your house is certainly important, as is the type of particulate contaminant that you would like to focus the most on eliminating.

    Because of the many elements involved in making this type of decision, it can be very helpful to have the advice and guidance of an expert to make the process a smoother and less frustrating one. Indoor air quality experts can answer whatever questions you may have to help you make an informed decision about which air purification products are right for you. Top ?
  • Do I Really Need a HEPA Filter?
  • High efficiency particulate air (HEPA) filters are generally considered to be the best way to eliminate many different forms of airborne contaminants from your indoor air. The HEPA filters typically found in home air purification systems are judged to be effective at removing 99.97% of particles sized 0.3 microns or larger.

    With this kind of efficiency and effectiveness, it’s hard to see why you wouldn’t want to include a HEPA filter as part of your home air purification system. While there are some other options including electronic air ionizers, HEPA filters are safe, effective and cheap to maintain. As long as you replace them regularly and keep up with a regular maintenance schedule for your entire home heating and cooling system, you should be able to enjoy clean, contaminant-free indoor air for many years to come. Top ?
  • Is there anything I can do to reduce the risk of my air conditioner breaking down?
  • Preventive maintenance is one of the smartest things you can do. It’s recommended that you keep both the outside coils and inside coils of your air conditioning system clean at all times.

    It’s also recommended that you install your air conditioner in a shaded area. If it's too late for that, you should try to shade the unit in some way that won't restrict the airflow it. Direct sun on an air conditioner's outside condenser coil can cause it to overheat and create too much pressure. If this happens, the unit will shut off.

    Another trick that can be used on extremely hot days is to place a mister over the back coil on the outside of the air conditioner. If your air conditioner has already cut out, let it rest for 20 minutes, then spray the coil with water before attempting to turn the air conditioner back on. Top ?
  • Who invented air conditioning?
  • Willis Carrier, a graduate of Cornell University's Masters of Engineering program, built the first air conditioning unit for a Brooklyn printing plant. The resulting even air temperature made it possible to print in four colors without misalignment of the inks. It wasn't until 1924 that Carrier's idea caught on for making movie theaters and department stores more comfortable in the summer months. Top ?
  • Is salt air harmful to air conditioners?
  • Yes, it shortens the life of the air conditioning system components. Applying a lubricant on a weekly basis during the summer months and covering it when it isn't in use is recommended. Top ?
  • Should I be worried about the amount of noise my air condition makes when it starts up?
  • Most air conditioners are noisier when the air conditioning condenser unit first starts. This is because the compressor needs to build up pressure to operate. If the noise lasts more than 10 seconds, call a technician. HVAC techs will check for low refrigerant levels, compressor oil levels and other issues that might be occurring. Top ?
  • What is relative humidity?
  • The atmosphere always contains moisture in the form of water vapour. The maximum amount of water vapour that may be contained in the air depends on the temperature of the air and the higher the temperature of the air, the more water vapour may be contained. At high temperatures and high moisture contents extreme discomfort is experienced as the evaporation of moisture from the body into the atmosphere by the process of perspiration becomes difficult.

    In the air conditioning process the moisture content of the air may be reduced by the use of a cooling coil or added by the use of a humidifier.

    The term relative humidity is simply a ratio between the actual moisture content of the air compared with the moisture content of the air required for saturation at the same temperature, ie at 100% relative humidity (also known as saturation point).

    The air conditioning engineer uses the psychrometric chart to analyse how the state of moist air alters as an air conditioning process takes place. Top ?
  • Is there a difference between comfort conditioning and industrial conditioning?
  • Yes, the object of comfort conditioning as the name implies is solely to provide a comfortable environment for the majority of occupants. Humans are reasonably tolerant to humidity and may be comfortable from a range of between 55% and 20% relative humidity at normal comfort temperatures. It is therefore common when specifying to limit the humidity in summer and not specify a limit in winter. Typically therefore a specification would state an internal condition of 22°C / 50% relative humidity being maintained at 30°C / 20°C wet bulb external conditions in summer. In winter the specification may typically be 21°C internal temperature at -3°C saturated outside air temperature.

    Industrial conditioning is provided generally for a process which requires a closely controlled atmosphere. A typical specification may be that an internal environment is required of say 21°C ±0.5°C and 50% relative humidity ±2.5% at all external conditions. It will be seen therefore that the industrial conditions for clearly defined limits rather than comfort conditioning which is based on statistical surveys of occupants feelings. Top ?
  • What is meant by a 'ton' of refrigeration?
  • Confusingly the unit has little to do with weight, as used in common parlance. One ton of refrigeration is the term used to refer to 12,000 B.T.U.s/hour (British Thermal Units/Hour) of cooling effect. Thus a chiller or condensing unit with a cooling capacity of 60,000 B.T.U.s/hour is said to have a capacity of 5 tons. It should be noted that the unit B.T.U./hour is a unit of heat flow still widely used in North America, Canada and parts of Asia whereas Europe uses the 'watt'. One ton of refrigeration approximates to 3.5kW of cooling.

    The origin of the term is the amount of heat absorbed by one ton of ice when melting from solid to liquid state at 32°F and assuming a latent heat of ice of 144 B.T.U.s/lb. The heat absorbed is found to be 288,000 B.T.U.s over 24 hours, or 12,000 B.T.U.s/hour (in reality the latent heat of ice is slightly less than 144 B.T.U.s/lb.) Top ?
  • How long does an actual installation take?
  • Each installation is a little different but as a rule of thumb, most jobs are completed within 6-8 hours. Top ?
  • Should outdoor units be covered from the rain?
  • No, the outdoor unit in a Split System is designed to operate in the elements and inclement weather conditions. Outdoor units require free flowing air at all times.Covering the unit could actually result into product failure and void your warranty. Top ?
  • Should a thermostat be switched to “auto” or “on”?
  • Always verify this type of information in the manufacturer’s instruction manual first. Generally speaking switching to the “auto” function ensures the fan will only operate or “kick in” when the room temperature requires it. Logically this results in a more efficient system as it is drawing the extra power for the fan only when it needs it. Top ?

    What Are Ductless Splits?

  • Ductless splits are home air conditioning & heating systems that can both cool your house in the summer and keep it warm in the winter. As their name implies, these types of systems don’t require a duct system to get the heated or cooled air from the air handler to the individual rooms of your house.
  • Instead, ductless splits are made up of an outdoor condenser unit and one or more indoor units that contain the air handler and blowers that help to circulate the air. Refrigerant lines are all that connect the outdoor condenser to the indoor units, making installation much easier, cheaper and less invasive.
 
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