Refrigerated Air Conditioners

August 28, 2014
Refrigerated Air Conditioners

What is Refrigerated Air Conditioning?

Refrigerated air conditioning is a dedicated cooling system that can either be mounted as a split system or a ducted unit.

It is the best for your cooling needs as its sole purpose is to cool your house quickly.

How does Refrigerated Air Conditioning work?

Refrigerated air conditioning cools through an external unit, it is fan forced to drive a varying speed of cooling through your house.

These types of air conditioners run on electricity, powering the refrigerator unit that produces the cold air.

How is a Refrigerated Air Conditioner Installed?

This type of air conditioning can be installed in two ways, split system, which is suited for single room use or a large living area, this is usually a quick installation as it requires the unit to be mounted to a wall and a connection to the outdoor unit.

The second way is ducted, this is much more expensive and a longer process, as it requires vents to be installed in each room and a powerful motor to provide equal cooling to each vent.

Best Suited Application

Refrigerated air conditioning is best suited to hot climates all year round, as this type of air conditioning does not provide any heating.

What are the Pros & Cons of Refrigerated Air Conditioning


  • Quick cooling
  • Versatile installation
  • Large selection of products
  • Thermostat controlled


  • No heating function
  • Can be expensive to install
  • Running costs can be high

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