What type of AC is best for Commercial use in St. Johns Park?
Before knowing what type of AC is best for commercial use in St. Johns Park, you should first know about different commercial air conditioners to select the best one for you.
To make a clear picture of commercial air conditioners in your mind, we have listed all the types with their advantages and disadvantages. So, make sure you read it till the end and invest your hard-earned money according to the requirement.
Different Types of Commercial Air Conditioners
Basically, there are three types of commercial air conditioning systems serving in almost every apartment, cafes, hotels, offices, hospitals, public spaces, etc., naming single-split, multi-split, VRF systems.
They all serve the same purpose, cooling, but all have different sizes, mechanisms, designs, and prices. So, to better understand all these commercial HVAC units, let’s briefly discuss the theme one by one.
Single-Split Air Conditioning Systems:
If you want a commercial AC for a single room, office, cafe, small shop, a single split ac is the best option as they are highly affordable, compact, energy-efficient, and, more importantly, doesn’t take much space as others do. Also, multiple single-split ACs can be used to serve a pretty large area or for multiple rooms at a time. And the best part is, if a problem occurs in one unit, it will not affect the other units, which you can’t expect from other ACs.
They are much smaller in size than the other two commercial ACs, because of which they can be easily installed in compact areas such as on the roof of a small cafe.
In short, for small businesses, you’ll hardly find a better option than Split System Air Conditioning.
Multi-Split Air Conditioning Systems:
Where a single-split Ac is meant for only one room, a multi-split AC system can serve for multiple rooms at a time, which depends on the model of an HVAC unit.
These types of AC installation need complex and longer pipelines because of which tasks like AC repair, AC maintenance, AC Cleaning become pretty challenging if the technician is not skilled enough.
The cost of installing a multi-split AC also depends on the number of indoor units you need.
VRV or VRF Systems:
The third and last type of Commercial ACs is VRV, also known as VRF systems. Daikin Industries first introduced the VRV(Variable Refrigerant Volume) in 1982, and other companies use the same technology by naming it VRF(Variable Refrigerant Flow) because of the trademark issue.
This is the perfect option for large as well as medium-sized areas such as apartments, hospitals, schools, laboratories, large offices, etc.
If you don’t want to waste your time searching for the best commercial air conditioner, you can simply contact us on (1300) 019 320 and get the things done without any doubt and mess.