How is Air Conditioning Installed?

At Klimambo there are split air conditioners. This means that the system consists of two devices. The indoor unit removes heat from the room air. The outdoor unit releases the heat dissipated from the room to the air. With so-called single-split air conditioners, you cool a room with an indoor unit that is connected to an outdoor unit. In the case of so-called multi-split air conditioning systems, several interiors are equipped with several indoor appliances, which are then connected to an outdoor unit.


How is Air Conditioning Installed

Mounting single or multi-split air conditioners

Mounting single or multi-split air conditioners

The outdoor unit is usually attached to the outer wall on consoles. At the level of the floor where your air-conditioned rooms are located. Sometimes it makes sense to place the outdoor device on the floor. Furthermore, both the indoor unit and the outdoor unit require a power connection.

Here’s how it works: A hole is drilled into the wall of the house. This hole will later sit just next to or behind the outdoor unit. All cables for the outdoor unit are guided through this hole.

The necessary lines are Two refrigerant lines. One that takes the refrigerant to the outdoor unit, and one that brings it back to the indoor unit. A control line through which the outdoor unit communicates with the indoor unit. Like a cable between computer and printer.

Depending on the situation on-site, there are three options for the line management inside:

Option 1: Laying

in the cable duct, We guide the cables in a cable duct to the place where the indoor unit is hung.

Option 2: Laying

in cavities In buildings with drywall walls, it is possible to lay the pipes in the cavity between the panels. The easiest way to do this is for new buildings. Existing revision openings also make it easier to install. Sometimes the pipes can also be laid through the ceiling. In this case, the cable comes out of the wall directly behind the indoor unit of the air conditioning system. No cable ducts are required. If there is a storage room or workshop on the back of the wall, we would lay the pipes on this site and guide them through the wall just behind the interior unit.

Option 3: Laying behind

an aperture The indoor unit can also be mounted on an aperture. For example, an optically beautifully designed board. This method is also used for high-quality displays of flat-screen Televisions. The aperture perfectly obscures the cables – but means an additional price.


An alternative: chest devices

Wall appliances are ideal because they are mounted just below the ceiling and cool air always flows from top to bottom. If this assembly is not possible, a chest device could be the solution. It is mounted and placed like a radiator. The installation itself runs like wall interior stools.


Now it’s time to go

We connect the devices to the refrigerant and power lines. When connecting the outdoor and indoor equipment to your in-house power connection, we are happy to work with your electrician.

Finally, we fill the plant with refrigerant. The refrigerant is carried by our fitter in a closed bottle. He makes sure that nothing escapes when filling the plant. The refrigerant then runs in a closed circuit.

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