London Commercial Air Conditioning Suppliers
Air conditioning, often referred to as AC or "air con", is a mechanism designed to provide comfort during hot or cold weather by dehumidifying and extracting/providing heat from and to an area. This cooling is produced through a simple refrigeration cycle. Comprised of two elements, air conditioners require an evaporator to be fitted internally inside a premises and a condenser that is placed outside.
The internal unit of the air conditioner is fitted to the wall, ceiling, or floor mounted in the room to be cooled or heated. The external unit of the air conditioner is situated outside the building, and can be wall mounted on brackets, placed at ground level or on a flat roof. The two units which make up the air conditioning system are connected by a copper pipe. The external unit, or condenser, pumps heat from the room and dissipates it outside, along with any condensation that's built-up in the system, whilst the internal unit provides cooling or heating, depending on the time of year.
Which Air Conditioning?
There are several types of air conditioning units and systems available to suit a variety of applications, from a small shop to a restaurant, an office block to a hotel or school. Follow the link below to find out more...
- Wall Mounted
- Ceiling Cassette