Split Systems

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What is a Split System?

A split system is an air conditioner that is composed of two parts primarily, being the indoor unit and an outdoor unit. The industry terminology refers to systems that are designed to condition one room or and open area for they are elegant and compact to be installed in both homes and commercial applications.

Quiet & Energy Efficient

The technologies allows then to be wall mounted or floor mounted with other variations available. The outdoor system can be mounted on the outside of the wall where the indoor system is fixed for an economic installation, but where required it is able to be remotely located to client’s requirements. Split systems are known for their quietness and energy efficiency with aesthetically pleasing design and power ranges of 2kW to 10kW.

Choosing West Air Conditioning to install Your Split system

Key Daikin Features

R32 refrigerant

Fresh Air

FRESH AIR – A sophisticated titanium apatite photocatalytic deodorizing air purification filter traps even microscopic airborne dust particles, absorbs bacteria and viruses, and even breaks down odours.

3D Airflow

3D Airflow combines vertical and horizontal auto-swing to circulate air for comfort wherever you are in the room.

Program Dry Function

Besides reducing humidity, this function automatically controls temperature and airflow rate and will cleverly switch into cooling mode if the room temperature rises too much.

Inverter Powerful Operation

Push the POWERFUL button on the remote control and you’ll be relieved with a cooling or heating boost for a 20-minute period, even if the unit’s already operating at high capacity.

2-Area Intelligent Eye

The 2-area intelligent eye sensor controls comfort in two ways. If the room’s empty for 20 minutes, it starts saving energy. When someone enters the room, it immediately returns to the original setting. It can also direct airflow away from you for draft-free comfort.

Comfort Mode

When cooling, the advanced louvre design positions itself horizontally to prevent cold airflow from being blown directly onto the body. When heating, the louvre turns vertically downwards to drive warm air to the bottom of the room.


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