Size of Packaged Air Conditioning Units
The size of a packaged air conditioning unit is a crucial factor to consider when choosing the right system for your commercial building or home. It is essential to choose the right size unit to ensure optimal performance and energy efficiency.
Types of Packaged AirCon Systems
Central and ductless packaged air conditioners are two different types of air conditioning systems used for cooling and heating buildings.
A central air conditioning system, also known as split air conditioning, is a system where the cooling unit is installed outside the building and connected to multiple indoor units through a network of ducts. It is ideal for large buildings with multiple rooms and provides a centralised control system to regulate temperature and air flow in the entire building.
On the other hand, ductless packaged air conditioners, also known as mini-split air conditioners, have a compact outdoor unit and one or more indoor units. They do not require ductwork and are ideal for smaller spaces, add-ons, or buildings with limited or no ductwork. They provide zonal temperature control, allowing the homeowner to control the temperature in each room separately.
Both central and ductless packaged air conditioners have their own advantages and disadvantages, and the choice of system depends on the specific needs and requirements of the building.