Redlands Preferred Technicians Specialising in Air Conditioning Services
Unit on the Blink
MITSUBISHI ELECTRIC GL SERIES AIR CONDITIONING INSTALLATION
New air con units with R32 technology, supply & installed byBay Air Electrical.
Bay Air Electrical is excited and having great success when installing the MITSUBISHI ELECTRIC GL SERIES – a new series with R32 technology that delivers improved energy efficiency.
The new series of units feature the R32 refrigerant technology, which increases energy efficiency. This model improves upon its closest equivalent (R410A) with a third of its global warming potential.
Mitsubishi Electric Australia has introduced the new MSZ-GL series of air conditioners, with innovation built-in to provide fast and exceptionally quiet units to Australian homes.Read More
Split system air conditioning installation in Brisbane
You will get the best deals on split system air conditioning from Bay Air Electrical, the most well known and successful team of air conditioner installation experts in Queensland.
We sell all the top brands of air conditioners from leading manufacturers, and all workmanship on the installation is guaranteed. You can buy with confidence when you buy from us.
The split system concept
In earlier times, air conditioners were very simple appliances where all the electrical, mechanical, and chemical components were contained in a single unit. In residential homes, these units were typically installed in a window, since this was the easiest and cheapest way to install them.
The problem with this is that it means air conditioners would be very noisy, and the sealing around them had to be done extremely well to prevent air leaks. This kind of air conditioning also ruins the aesthetics of the building and costs you a window. They look awful.
With the invention of split system air conditioners, many of these problems were solved. It was no longer necessary to mount the air conditioner in a window space. The operating noise was greatly reduced. Air leaks were no longer a possibility. And the new split systems provided a much more aesthetic profile.
How a split system air conditioner works
Split system air conditioning requires two main units that are connected by tubing. The outdoor unit contains the compressor and the condenser, which do most of the work. The condenser is kept cool by means of a cooling fan.
First, the compressor actually does the job of compressing the refrigerant, which increases the pressure of it. The condenser is like a big heat sink and helps make the refrigerant get colder. An expansion valve normalizes pressure to prevent the system from becoming over-pressurized.
Cold refrigerant can be passed to the indoor unit via the tubing which connects the two units together. The most common type of tubing used is copper pipe covered by a plastic insulator. Copper is chosen for its thermal efficiency.
The indoor unit contains an evaporator coil, an air filter, a fan, a drain pipe, and louvres. Refrigerant flows through the evaporator coil, cooling the air around the coil rapidly. The newly cooled air is expelled from the indoor unit by the fan. The louvres control the air flow, though they don’t actually perform any cooling function themselves.
The drain pipe is to allow condensation to drain out of the unit. When air cools, the water vapour in the air returns to liquid form, and it must be removed. This is partly how air conditioners help to reduce the humidity of the air.
Choose your split system air conditioner from Bay Air Electrical
We offer the best deals on top air conditioner brands. You won’t find better value. Our very experienced technicians will install your new air conditioner perfectly, so you can enjoy a more comfortable indoor climate in your home without worries. Call today for more information about getting a new air conditioner for your home.
We offer air conditioning maintenance, installation and repairs for all types of air con units. We have 9 years of experience in the industry and only use the highest quality products. Contact us today!Read Less