The need for a cooling system in any room or space cannot be overemphasized, be it a shop, office or even a restaurant. Given the wide range of options that are available, it is a difficult task deciding on the particular air conditioners to choose.

This article will expose you to the comparison between a split-system and ducted air conditioners so as to make a reasonable choice between the two.

Split-system air conditioning

This particular type of air conditioning system is made up of two different parts. The outdoor and indoor units which are both linked with electrical wires as well as tubing. With this, they are capable of providing individual temperature control within the room throughout the year.

These air conditioners are particularly popular for their compact design that makes them the ideal choice for rooms with not so much space.

For larger enterprises however, such as companies with numerous offices where there is need for different cooling temperatures, the perfect solution is to make use of a multi-split system. The multi-split system is quite similar to the standard split system, and has an outdoor unit that contains condenser coil, compressor as well as expansion coil.

But in the case of the multi-split system, instead of just connecting to a single indoor unit, it is linked to several ones. Therefore there is an option of setting each of the indoor unit to the particular temperature that you are comfortable in.

Ducted air conditioning

This conditioning system is usually installed into the ceiling air ducts of the room due to their powerful output. In the case of a ducted system that features an inverter, they remove air pollutants that are in the room which are then replaced with freshly treated, cold or warm air.

The reason this is favored is its concealed design as well as its ability to supply a continual flow of cool air. The advantage that the split system air conditioning has over the ducted air conditioning however is the fact that all the conditioning systems provide comfort for different rooms from just one central location.

With this however, each room does not enjoy the liberty of setting its own temperature as the whole building shares the same temperature all through. This form of air conditioning is more suited to large open commercial settings like departmental stores. Its functions is not limited to this alone, it also offers an exceptional noise control that is needed in commercial applications such as libraries and banks.