How Do Ductless Mini Split Systems Work?

Ductless mini-split air conditioners work in a remarkably simple way. First off, the air is taken in from the room through the air handling unit, which is then transported to the outdoor unit (condenser) via a series of pipes. Here the hot air comes into contact with a series of coils containing coolant, transferring its energy to them, and turning the coolant liquid inside into gas. The gas is then sent back to the condenser unit, where it is recycled back into a liquid. The fresh cooled air is then fed to the air handler, where it is vented back into the room. Hence, with frequent cycles, the temperature of the room falls.

Why Buy A Ductless System?

Ductless air conditioners have several impressive benefits. Here are a few:

They provide improved air quality.

Ductless mini-split systems now come with unique filtration cartridges that are easy to wash or replace and don’t require regular maintenance. These filtration systems help remove the majority of problematic airborne particles from entering your home or place of work.

They are quick and easy to install.

These systems are far easier to install than conventional HVAC systems. Ductless air conditioners can be fitted on a room-by-room basis, and work is often completed in under a day. Because multi-split systems use such small holes, there is no need to rebuild walls or repair plasterwork. Most holes are 3 inches in diameter and almost no structural impact on your building.

Ductless Systems Are Flexible.

These systems provide a room-by-room heating and cooling solution. Because users can install them independently, they are free to adjust the temperature to their liking. Ductless systems bring out the possibility of zoning within a home or a place of work.

If you are searching for a ductless air conditioner for your home or workplace, TRANE might be your best bet.

For quick and efficient installation of your new system, call Mirtron A/C & Heating, LLC, at 281-859-5757 .

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