Any type of air conditioner is going to extract heat from the room and pass it to the outdoor unit. Past the outdoor unit, this warm air is blown into the outside air. Between the indoor and outdoor unit, refrigerant circulates, which enters the space of the home. This process repeats itself until the desired climate in your home is achieved
There are different models available. We will work with you to find which model best suits your needs.
- Floor model: is often the solution when a wall or ceiling model is not possible. This can be when there is no false ceiling, there is a sloping roof or due to lighting already hanging from the ceiling. This model is hung just above the floor, under a window or can be concealed in a cabinet or behind a wall.
- Wall model: the indoor unit is mounted on a fixed wall. This type of air conditioner is often placed in bedrooms, living rooms or office spaces. These air conditioners are not built-in, but have a sleek design so it does not interfere with your interior.
- Built-in model: the air conditioning system is aesthetically concealed and the unit is barely visible in your interior. This model can be either ceiling or wall mounted. This type of air conditioner is often chosen when cooling only one room.
- Cassette model: here only the grille is visible that is concealed in a false ceiling. The air is distributed evenly throughout the room as the air conditioner blows in different directions. This model is often installed in larger spaces such as an office, retail space or in catering establishments.
More info on the different models can also be found on the website of Fujitsu, one of the brands we are convinced of.