Wall Mounted Systems
These air conditioners are systems that fix directly onto a wall at high level, normally returning the air via a single louvred discharge assembly at the top or bottom of the unit
Ceiling Cassette System
This type of air conditioning system is ideally located centrally within the ceiling itself. The only part of the system visible is the grille which protrudes the ceiling by between 10 and 20mm. All internal workings are hidden above the ceiling where 300 to 400mm void space is required for access.
Thru Wall System
This is a self contained air conditioning system which requires a hole to be made in an external wall or window to accommodate.
Ceiling Suspended System
This version of air conditioner is usually the of the same appearance as the floor mounted system and identical in operation. Floor mounted and ceiling suspended systems normally double up as one mode to suit both applications.
Floor Mounted System
These air conditioning systems are used where high-level wall space is valuable and no ceiling space is available. The return air via the front fascia and discharge air through the top louvered discharge assembly - ideal as a storage heater replacement.
These air conditioning systems are totally concealed within a ceiling void and feed the office areas in question via ductwork and grilles.