Cluster Air Conditioners

Cluster Air Conditioners | How They Work

Cluster split air conditioning systems are the ideal solution for providing air conditioning to the building. Modern design, advanced installation component and raw materials technology provide cassettes with higher performance at some of the lowest noise characteristics.

Cluster-type installations typically have a standard size of the internal unit of 600 x 600 mm, and are designed for installation over the hanging ceiling, have a built-in control panel, which greatly facilitates the installation of the product, and a controlled grille to provide optimal comfort in the management of this system. Cluster-type models are available in three sizes with a wide range of cold/heat performance – (3 to 6.4 kW) and can only work in cooling or heat pump mode. All products are produced with a powerful built-in electric heater to increase heat performance. Cluster installations are usually designed with the use of a remote control or wall-mounted microclimate control systems. Cluster air conditioning models provide exceptional comfort and high efficiency.

Now let’s look at the system of internal structure of the cassette block, for a general understanding of the principles of the cassettes:

Four-way air handout

Cluster air conditioners with air distribution in the four dilution areas of the cold stream are especially ideal for use in large non-residential public spaces, such as shops, offices, conference rooms, hospitals, schools and restaurants. In these models, air comes through a hole in the center of the block, and the cooled air is spread out in four directions. Maximum comfort is provided when installing this cassette block in the center of the room.

Now let’s look at how the cassette air conditioners work inside.


The inner components of the cassette block

The cassette unit usually consists of the following components:

  1. Managed airflow guides
  2. Built-in electric flap
  3. Fresh air hole
  4. Drain tray
  5. fan
  6. Fan engine
  7. Drain pump


High indoor air quality

Usually, at the request of the customer, high-performance washable filters conduct a powerful air purification in your room are added to the overall kit for a fee. The filter kit includes two types of filter cameras. Let’s take a closer look at them.


Static filter

The static filter in cassette air conditioners is used to clean the air from dust, dirt and bacteria.


Activated filter

It consists of special active particles of activated charcoal, and is used to prevent the ingestion of smoke odors.

The principle of filter cameras is to remove microparticles and prevent the flow of dark odors and carbon monoxide mixture achieved by a combined effect with high airflow bandwidth through the systems of a flowing filter, electrostatic filter and filter from activated charcoal.


The latest noise insulation technologies

Thanks to brand-new technologies used in ultra-modern cassette split-air conditioning systems, noise levels have been lowered to 37 dB (A) in Hi (High) mode and up to 31 dB (A) in “Lo” (Low) mode. The newest use of a low-resistance air drive and a newly developed air simulator has created a vaporizer with the lowest noise level of all similar, industrially produced cluster air conditioning units.


New turbofan

The new design of a compact centrifugal fan with a special (wing) aerodynamic profile and improved air distribution, provides super-quiet operation of the entire cassette unit device, and significantly reduces the noise level when air movement by 5 dB compared to

with other air conditioning models. All components of the cassette system, from the snake to the built-in drainage pump, are designed and optimized to achieve better performance in silent work.

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