CMH Electrical Industries Ipswich supply and install both split system and ducted Air Conditioners across Ipswich and surrounding areas.
We offer top brands of Air Conditioners but are able to install any brand of air conditioner that is supplied by the customer. Reverse cycle Air Conditioners can also be used as relatively efficient heating units during the colder months.
Most domestic Air Conditioning installations are Split System with the air discharge mounted in the room and the compressor located outside the building to reduce noise. Some split systems can service more than one room.
For a Commercial Air Conditioning Installation the compressor is normally roof mounted with air outlets in several areas.
CMH are your local Air Conditioning Instalation experts.
Available Air Conditioning Types
The most common type of air conditioning units installed in Australia are refrigerant systems. They work just like a refrigerator, a liquid refrigerant is pumped through the system to cool air. Reverse-cycle systems can operate in reverse to heat the air and are the most common form of unit sold in Australia. All units require a condenser, an evaporator, a fan and a drainage system. All refrigerant base Air Conditioners will condense water from the air as it is cooled. Listed below are the more common types of refrigerant air conditioners installed by CMH Electrical:
Window or wall mounted Air Conditioner
These units are installed in a wall or window opening. They face into the room you want to temperature control and the exhaust fan and water drainage is outside. Window or wall mounted Air Conditioners usually require a handy power point inside the room. These units are typically only suited to small to medium spaces and expert installation is usually required.
Split Air Conditioning System
This type of air conditioner are usually reverse-cycle units that can both heat and cool small to large rooms. Split Air Conditioning Systems are made up of two separate components connected together by cables and hoses. The evaporator unit is mounted inside near the ceiling of the room you want to temperature control. The condenser unit is typically larger and is installed outside the building. The outdoor unit usually contains a motor and a fan. You will need a licensed installer to add one to your home due to the complex electrical, drainage and carpentry requirements.
Ducted Air Conditioning System
These Air Conditioning systems can usually heat or cool multiple rooms, or an entire home, depending on the size of the unit and the number of “zones” it allows. Cool or warm air flows from vents installed into various rooms, travelling there via ducts that are installed in the ceiling cavity, from an indoor air control unit and an outdoor condenser unit. These type of units can only be installed by qualified team of professionals