Samsung manufactures several different types of air con styles including split systems and ducted systems, which are most popular in Sydney homes and businesses. Here’s a closer look at some of the features and options available for both types.
Samsung air conditioning currently offers four different models for split systems that include wall mounted and outdoor components. The biggest difference between the models is their cooling and heating capacities, which range from 2.5kW all the way up to 8.0kW. From there, it’s all about the cooling experience in the home itself.
Samsung’s Wind-Free models bring down temperatures fast without the feeling of cold air sweeping over you as you sit in the room. Special blades break up the airflow without compromising comfort. If filtering and function are more of a priority, consider the Geo AR and GEO+ lines, which include advanced filtering and can manage even wide-open living spaces.
For a more integrated approach or to upgrade your existing system, ducted air conditioning also offers a number of options for your property. Samsung manufactures both 1-Phase and 3-Phase ducted outdoor units, depending on your power supply and consumption needs. All models also use R32 refrigerant with lower Global Warming Potential than R410A.
The ducted outdoor 1-Phase model comes in capacities ranging from 2.6kW all the way up to 16.0kW and features a digital inverter. This model is also renowned for its quiet operation and low running costs.
The 3-Phase Samsung air conditioning is not far behind, offering both R410A and R32 options. Designed for extremes in wide-ranging climate, the units are designed to operate between -20°C and 50°C, so you’ll never be without the heating or cooling you need.