Where Ductless is needed
Ductless air conditioners and heat pumps offer exceptional flexibility and can be modified to fit numerous applications. In addition to existing buildings, mini splits are appearing more frequently in new construction where the low profile of ductless equipment is very compatible with modern architectural design.
An Air Conditioner and Heater Small Enough For:
Buildings Requiring Supplemental Cooling
An Air Conditioner and Heater Quiet Enough For:
An Air Conditioner and Heater Powerful Enough For:
High Rise Buildings
High Efficiency Perfect for Everyone
Ductless split systems offer exceptional versatility, low noise and enhanced levels of comfort. Through the use of exclusive inverter technology, ductless air conditioners have the highest SEER ratings in the industry.
Many consumers ask, “How much does ductless AC cost?” By eliminating the need for an air distribution network, a ductless air conditioner saves substantially on labor and installation costs. Mitsubishi contractors invite you to explore the many benefits that an efficient ductless split system can provide.
How do ductless heating and air conditioners work?
It is important to recognize the distinct advantages of spilt system indoor fan coil units. Conventional central air conditioners employ a single air handler, blower and evaporator coil, which is usually installed in a garage or equipment closet. A complex air distribution network provides an avenue for the delivery of conditioned air into each room of the building from a single point of origin. Unfortunately, ductwork is often inefficient, restrictive, dirty, leaky and noisy.
Ductless indoor units include a fan and evaporator coil in the same enclosure. Each unit provides point of use air conditioning wherever it is installed. Stylish cabinets are available in wall mount, duct mount and ceiling cassette varieties.
Whether used in single or multiple zone configurations, the indoor units can be strategically positioned to heat and cool one room or an entire building. The versatility and convenience of ductless technology completely eliminates the need for inefficient ductwork.
When comparing ductless ac vs. central ac vs. window unit, ductless split systems are quieter, more efficient and offer greater levels of comfort.
4 Reasons to Install a Ductless System
1. Effective in Low Temperatures: Ductless heat pumps are designed to provide consistent indoor heating comfort when outside temperatures drop to 14 degrees Celsius. Qualified HVAC contractors can install an electric heat strip when supplemental heating is required.
2. Quiet Comfort and Control: Ductless heat pumps and air conditioners operate at lower velocities, and they do not have the same level of air noise associated with conventional HVAC systems. Homeowners appreciate a quiet air conditioner for bedroom use that also has a low profile.In multi zone systems, every indoor unit has a separate remote control, so the temperature can be tailored to the individual preference of each occupant.
3. Better Air Quality: Over time, the ductwork in a home accumulates dirt, debris and other contaminants, which are continually recycled back into the living area. This condition can aggravate respiratory ailments, especially in the elderly and young children. Ductless split system air handlers are equipped with advanced filtration media, so the pollutants in each room are trapped and eliminated, which dramatically reduces the chance of cross contamination.
4. Save Energy and Money: Ductless air conditioners and heat pumps employ advanced inverter technology that regulates compressor operation to provide exceptional cost-effective performance. In fact, the Mitsubishi air conditioner line is available in efficiencies ranging from 13-26 SEER. A ductless heat pump system can save up to 40 percent when compared to a standard electric furnace or electric baseboard heating.