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34 AIR CONDITIONING & VENTILATION


AN INTERNAL CONDENSER UNIT IS EASILY CONCEALED BY ITS ABILITY TO BE LOCATED IN A NUMBER OF DIFFERENT LOCATIONS AROUND THE HOME, SUCH AS UTILITY CUPBOARDS


sacrificed for such a cooling unit? These are the kind of questions which developers must ask themselves in order to build desirable properties for potential homeowners, while working with limited space. There is then the issue of the obtrusiveness of the outside condensers which come with conventional air conditioning.


While more and more modern apart- ment buildings are being developed to add aesthetic value to the landscape of their surrounding area, outside condenser units do not lend themselves to these aesthetics. Instead, some units can even look ugly and out of place when installed on a modern apartment building.


THERE IS A SOLUTION


This air conditioning dilemma faces many modern apartment developers working with limited space. However, save for the creativity of cooling an apartment the old-fashioned way with a series of fans and open windows, there is an answer to this problem that does not involve the use of an outside condenser unit.


The solution comes in the form of water cooled air conditioning. Offering the same cooling and air quality offered by its conventional counterpart, water cooled air conditioning solves the issues of space and adverse effects on aesthetics with its


completely internal design. Requiring no outside condenser, this style of air conditioning instead usually utilises an easily concealed A** rated DC inverter internal condenser unit. This is then connected to a choice of room cooling units by discreet and relatively standard refrigerant pipe work. One option is internal, energy efficient, DC inverter air cooled condenser(s), available in mono and multi room split specifications. This option normally needs to be incorporated during the design of the building, with aesthetic grills to the outside from each of the apartments. If you, as the developer do not want to include air conditioning in the finished apartment, it can instead be offered as an optional extra, or retro-fitted after


completion and sale. Another option is internal, energy


efficient, DC inverter water cooled condenser(s), also available in mono and multi room split specifications. This is the most popular option, as they can be specified at any stage in the design as an option, or retro-fitted. Everything is completely internal. The internal condenser unit is easily concealed by its ability to be located in a number of different locations around the home, including utility cupboards, under a kitchen unit, in a bathroom etc. Without the need for an outside condenser in either of the above options, there is no need to install anything to the exterior of the development, meaning the issue of external space and outside aesthetics is solved.


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