Split Systems


When it comes to keeping your home or business cool in the summer and warm in the winter, the tried and tested split system is still a number one choice to provide air conditioning all over the world. Thanks to reverse cycle and inverter technology, these units now provide hot and cold energy at highly cost effective rates.

About split systems

Split systems for air conditioning are ideal for one room or a specific area of a home or building. Here at Cool Air Conditioning Pty Ltd, we provide a large range of reverse cycle units with all the ultimate comfort that regulates temperatures, ventilation, and also humidity levels, allowing you to obtain ideal conditions all year round.

Why choose split systems for your home air conditioning?

Fixed unit
Made up of two parts, a split system air conditioner features an external system, called the condensing unit, and an internal component, similar to what you may see in most homes. The separate indoor and outdoor components are connected by piping.
Cost effective
A split system air conditioner is an affordable and energy efficient system, making it a cost effective way of cooling or heating a room or area. You save not only on the initial installation but also on your utility bills. Split systems are great value for money and incredibly reliable, with manufacturers usually providing five-year warranties. The system is also quick and easy to service in the long run.
Ideal for households and offices
Split system air conditioners can be sized to service areas up to sixty square meters. The systems are proven to effectively reduce the humidity in a room, perfect for Queensland summers.

What types of split systems are available?

Reverse cycle
This type of split system extracts heat from the outside air and transfers it inside, cooling it if necessary. These systems can generate warm or cool air depending on your needs.
These systems eliminate the traditional stopping and starting of the air conditioning compressor, which draws heavily on power. Instead, the inverter systems use up to 70% less power than conventional systems, as they increase and decrease output incrementally while they maintain the appropriate temperature in the room.

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