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Types of Air Conditioners

Split AC

Ductless systems (often mini-split, though there are now ducted mini-split) typically supply conditioned and heated air to a single or a few rooms of a building, without ducts and in a decentralized manner. Multi-zone or multi-split systems are a common application of ductless systems and allow up to eight rooms (zones or locations) to be conditioned independently from each other, each with its own indoor unit and simultaneously from a single outdoor unit.

Duct ac
Duct AC

A cassette air conditioner is essentially a type of split system, because it consists of two units; one inside and the other one installed outdoors. The difference with cassette air conditioners is that the indoor unit is installed in the ceiling.

The indoor unit is a mounted grille that delivers the hot or cool air through vents and doesn’t require any ductwork. The conduit connecting the indoor and outdoor units is hidden in the ceiling space. The unobtrusive design makes them ideal not only for offices and other commercial applications but for homes and apartments.

Cassette air conditioning systems are also quiet, using powerful fans to push the air out, while the noisiest part of the system – the condenser (or compressor) – is on the outside of the home.

Rooftop AC

Generally speaking, a rooftop air conditioner is a centralized cooling system that is different than many side-yard AC systems or what are often referred to as ‘split systems’). The rooftop AC system is installed on the top of your home and then routed through the ductwork of the home to keep your house cool.

Cassette AC

Ducts are conduits or passages used in heating, ventilation, and air conditioning (HVAC) to deliver and remove air. The needed airflows include, for example, supply air, return air, and exhaust air.

Floor Stand AC

A floor standing air conditioner is a permanent, installed air conditioning unit with an indoor and outdoor unit that cannot be moved, while a portable air conditioner is a less efficient unit that can be picked up and moved between rooms and homes as required.

Floor mounted air conditioner units are powerful, efficient, and provide several advantages over other types of air conditioning system, these include: A highly affordable type of unit with models to suit any budget. Fast and affordable to install. Powerful and efficient temperature control.


VRF stands for variable refrigerant flow, which goes a surprisingly long way toward describing how this system uses refrigerant for both air conditioning and heating. In a nutshell, VRF is a ductless, large-scale system for HVAC that performs at a high capacity.

Unlike  Split ac Suppliment, VRF allows multiple indoor units to run on the same system, which is designed differently depending on the application. VRF systems are considered either a heat pump system or a heat recovery system, which can heat and cool simultaneously.

VRF systems obtain their high efficiency through the use of inverter compressors. Inverter systems allow the compressor to ramp up or down based on the needs within each space. A non-inverter system ramps up the compressor at full capacity all the time. Essentially it’s either on or off.  With inverter systems operating at lower speeds and capacity, the efficiency gains can be substantial.