Air conditioners are vital for any workplace. Particularly during the summer where the temperature can become unbearable, ensuring that you are able to cool the office down is key. Otherwise, you can be left with unhappy and unproductive employees.
If you’re looking to get an air conditioner installed, it can be tricky to know which one to get. We’ve given the low-down on some common commercial air conditioners so you can make a decision about which one is best for you.
VRF stands for Variable Refrigerant Flow, and is a refrigerated air conditioning system for large applications. These are energy efficient and are also incredibly flexible. There are generally three options to choose from that will suit different needs:
- Super Modular Multi System: This provides heating and cooling
- Super Heat Recovery Multi: This provides simultaneous heating and cooling
- Mini VRF: This is a compact system, which is great for small spaces
Ceiling Cassette System
These systems are useful for a wide range of places, such as shops or small offices. For those who are concerned about the aesthetic appeal of the system, the ceiling cassette system has a stylish appearance and will fit in better with the interior of your office in comparison to other options. It is very easy to install and maintain, as it has a built-in, long life filter. Another bonus for this system is that it has a low noise level, so it won’t interfere with your office conversations.
Under Ceiling System
These systems are most suited for light commercial applications, as they are suspended indoor units. It both heats and cools, and will create a uniform temperature throughout the room. It will automatically switch between heating and cooling modes in order to maintain the ideal room temperature. As well as this, it has a dehumidify option, to help to increase the comfort level of the room it is operating in.
Whatever option you choose, make sure to speak to a qualified technician to speak through your needs, in order get the best recommendation for you. Only they will be able to tell you the best option, so find a local installer and ask them for a quote.