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What is the history of ductless air conditioner system?
At the end of World War II, modern residential air conditioning was widely introduced abroad by the United States. But typical central systems with bulky sheet metal ductwork, as well as window-type units, were not practical in many other countries, particularly in Japan, where building methods and lack of space made them unworkable. These practical concerns plus the high postwar energy costs in that country created the demand for a ductless design (also called "mini-splits") a cooling system that was quiet, energy efficient and easy to build into existing houses.
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  • FAQ'S About Ductless Air Conditioner System
  • What is a ductless mini-split system?
  • How should I clean the plasma filter of an I.A.Q. system?
  • How does a ductless Split Air Conditioner work?
  • Do the systems come pre-charged?
  • How do I Choose a Ductless Split Air Conditioner?
  • What are the benefits of a ductless, mini-split AC system?
  • How often do I have to replace the filters?
  • What is a hot spot and cold spot?
  • Is there a way to hide the refrigerant lines on the exterior of my building?
  • Are Ductless Mini Splits Cheaper to Run Than a Regular outside AC System?
  • When is it time for me to replace my current heating or cooling system?
  • What is the life expectancy of my unit?
  • How Do I Find the Best Mini Split Ductless A/C Unit?
  • What are the main components of a ductless air conditioning system?
  • Is a ductless air conditioner more efficient than a central air conditioner?
  • Can ductless heat pumps be utilized in Toronto?
  • If my remote control is not working or I cannot find it, can I still use my air conditioner?
  • What is a ductless mini-split system?
  • A ductless mini-split system is comprised of an indoor unit called the evaporator and an outdoor unit called the condensing unit. The evaporator is connected to the condensing unit by copper tubing and electrical wiring which is passed through a 2 ½” – 3” hole. Basically, it is a small central air unit with the flexibility of cooling or heating one room or more; zoning. Top ?
  • How should I clean the plasma filter of an I.A.Q. system?
  • The plasma filter has a life span of 6 to 8 years and should be washed every 400 hours of use. The filter easily detaches to be washed with mild detergent. The filter is not dishwasher safe. An LED light on the indoor evaporator unit will notify you when it is time to clean the filter. If the light is ignored, the unit will automatically shut down after 100 additional hours of use until the filter is washed. Top ?
  • How does a ductless Split Air Conditioner work?
  • Every building and every situation presents it's own problems with climate control. Architects and engineers have realized this for years, of course, and they have struggled to adapt air-conditioning technology to modern living and working demands. Ductless systems now make the job much easier. Going ductless can mean changing indoor climates from variable and unpredictable to cool and consistent, without expensive renovation work or compromising the structures integrity. And the work can often be done by a professional in a matter of hours.

    With a ductless system, simple copper tubing and electrical wiring to indoor units connects a separately installed outdoor unit. Refrigerant is pumped from the outdoor condenser coil and compressor through the tubing to the indoor unit or units. A fan then quietly distributes cool air drawn across the unit's evaporator coil. The amount of cold air entering the room is regulated by an remote control - thermostat. If multiple zones (air handlers) are being utilized, one room - area of a building can maintain a different temperature from another area in the same building thereby satisfying endless comfort levels.

    In a central air-conditioning system, refrigerant is also pumped from the outdoor condenser coil indoors to a single indoor coil from which cooled air is distributed to each room through a system of ducts. In many houses and businesses, the amount of cold air in one room cannot be regulated without changing the temperature of every room in the building. Top ?
  • What are appropriate applications for a ductless system?
  • Replacing an existing zonal heating system – Ductless systems are ideal for replacing or supplementing inefficient electric baseboard, wall or ceiling units, woodstoves and other space heaters such as propane or kerosene. A cost effective electric heat conversion in a small house might consist of single system serving the main area of the house, while leaving existing electric baseboards in bedrooms and bathrooms.

    Room additions – A ductless system can also be implemented when a room is added onto a house or an attic is converted to living space. Rather than extending the home’s existing ductwork or pipes, or adding electric resistance heaters, the ductless sytem can provide efficient heating and cooling.

    New construction – New home designs can be adapted to take advantage of a ductless system’s many benefits. One or more systems might be installed in various “zones” of the house to simplify installation and minimize refrigerant line length. Top ?
  • Do the systems come pre-charged?
  • Yes, all of our mini split systems come pre-charged with eneough freon (usually R410A) for the length of the included lineset (usually 25 feet). If the distance between the outdoor compressor and indoor air handler is longer than 25 feet, your HVAC installer will need to add additional freon at time of installation. Top ?
  • How do I Choose a Ductless Split Air Conditioner?
  • Like all air conditioners, you need to know how many BTU's accommodate the area you are trying to cool.  It is important to remember that Ductless Splits cool - heat a larger area for it's BTU capacity than Portable or Window Air Conditioners.  The Below BTU key is good general guide for gauging zone capacities.
    • 9,000 BTU:   300 - 350 square feet

    • 12,000 BTU:  450 - 500 square feet

    • 18,000 BTU:  700 - 750 square feet

    • 24,000 BTU:  950 - 1000 square feet

    • 30,000 BTU:  1200 - 1250 square feet

    • 36,000 BTU:  1450 - 1500 square feet

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  •  What are the benefits of a ductless, mini-split AC system?
  • Easy Installation - Copper tubing running through a small 3 to 4-inch opening in the wall or ceiling easily connects the indoor and outdoor units. Refrigerant is cycled through the lines from the outdoor condensing unit to the indoor unit, where the air is quietly distributed to the interior space.
  • Aesthetically Pleasing - Conventional air duct systems tend to be bulky and can require special structural attention while ductless, mini-split system piping can often be routed through walls and joists to maintain aesthetics.
  • Flexible, Remote Control Cooling - Because each room has its own handler, you can create up to four zones with a timer and optional wired remote that puts you in temperature control and allows you to meet the varying comfort needs of different spaces.
  • Quiet Operation - Ductless air conditioners are comprised of an indoor and outdoor unit, which allows for a peaceful inside environment by enabling the contractor to install louder components like compressors and motors outdoors.
  • Energy Efficiency - Because there are no ducts, systems lose less than 5% cooling vs. up to 40% for traditional forced-air systems. Increased efficiencies up to 27.2-SEER mean lower utility bills. Several models are even EnergyStar® Qualified, meaning they save you on your utility bill.
  • Individual Zoning - Why pay to heat or cool areas that no-one is occupying? Individual zoning allows you to heat or cool the areas you want, and not the areas that are unoccupied.
  • Environmentally Friendly - Most systems use R410A refrigerant designed to prevent the depletion of the ozone layer.
  • Safe and Secure - Using window AC units make it very easy for intruders to enter your home. Ductless, mini-split units mount high on a wall, away from the window, providing you with improved security and a pleasant view.
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  • How often do I have to replace the filters?
  • On constant minimum fan speed in normal applications, the HEPA and activated charcoal filters should not need to be replaced for a period of five years. If operating on AUTO or combination of set speeds or constant MED, filters will need to be replaced after about three years. Top ?
  • What is a hot spot and cold spot?
  • With proper maintenance and care a ductless systems should perform for over 20 years. Many of the systems installed during the 1980’s are still functioning well today. Top ?
  • Is there a way to hide the refrigerant lines on the exterior of my building?
  • Yes, you can. We provide a product called Line-Hide, which is a PVC cover that surrounds the line set and secures it to the outside wall. This can be painted to match the wall of the building. Top ?
  • Are Ductless Mini Splits Cheaper to Run Than a Regular outside AC System?
  • It depends on your particular situation as to which would be cheaper, and would work best for your home. It is best to talk to the representitive selling the airconditioner and get there opinion, based on your situation. Top ?
  • When is it time for me to replace my current heating or cooling system?
  • You should have your current system replaced if:
    • Your heating or cooling system is over ten years old, and your furnace or boiler over 15 years.
    • Certain areas of your house are too hot or too cold.
    • No one is home for long periods of time and your home doesn’t have a thermostat.
    • Your home has humidity problems or is too dusty.
    • Your heating or air conditioning system is too noisy.
    • You want to have cleaner, dust- and allergen-free air in your home.
    • Your system needs frequent, expensive repairs
    • Your energy bills are increasing in cost. The amount an energy-efficient new system saves you each month should offset its cost over time.
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  • What is the life expectancy of my unit?
  • Dependable Carrier products are among the longest lasting heating and cooling products available. The average air conditioner lasts 12-15 years, while a gas furnace can last 20-25 years. There are many variables that affect the life expectancy of your specific equipment, including the frequency of routine maintenance. For a better idea of your system’s lifespan, contact your dealer. Top ?
  • How Do I Find the Best Mini Split Ductless A/C Unit?
  • A mini split ductless AC unit might be just the thing your home needs. Because there are no ducts, this type of air conditioning unit can be cheaper to have installed and easier to maintain. The system is referred to as "split" because the evaporator unit for the system is installed inside your house while the condenser is installed outside. The two are connected only by small tubes that deliver the refrigerant. If this system sounds like a good choice for your home, take your time to find the best option.
    Instructions
    • Figure out if you need multiple zones, which would require multiple indoor evaporators to be installed. Usually, each room that can be shut off from the rest of your home is its own zone.
    • Search for your unit through various HVAC providers and home improvement stores, recording the estimates so that you can use them as negotiation leverage. You can also find your unit online, but make sure that what you save in cost won't be lost by your not getting the discount often given when you buy through the company that will also install the unit. Also, remember to factor the warranty into the total cost.
    • Check the number of BTUs that each evaporator and condenser supply. The condenser of the mini split ductless AC unit needs to cover the total square footage of your house. Each evaporator needs to cover the room it's installed in.
    • Find out how the mini split ductless AC unit can be installed in your home. The condenser installation usually does not vary. The evaporators, however, can be mounted on or suspended from ceilings, mounted on the wall, or completely concealed within a small duct.
    • Look for a mini split ductless AC unit that includes a low ambient operation if you plan to use it all year long.
    • Pay attention to the overall price of the mini split ductless AC unit you choose and the installation cost. You can install some of the system yourself, but an HVAC professional must run electricity, drainage and coolant lines, as well as charge the system with coolants.
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  • What are the main components of a ductless air conditioning system?
  • A ductless air conditioning system is quite simple and includes an outdoor unit, indoor unit(s), refrigerant line-sets, power and controls wires connecting them. The outdoor unit includes the condensing coil, the compressor, the expansion valve and a fan to get airflow through the condenser coil. The indoor unit includes the evaporator coil and a fan for airflow. The line-sets connecting the indoor and outdoor units are made up of heat insulated copper tubing for transferring the refrigerant. Top ?
  • Is a ductless air conditioner more efficient than a central air conditioner?
  • In most cases, yes. It is more efficient to pump dense concentrated liquid than it is for air. With ductless units the dense refrigerant is pumped to the evaporator which is placed close to the ceiling and since colder air is more dense than hot air, the cold air will naturally drop allowing the air conditioner to utilize its maximum cooling capacity. Unlike central air conditioning systems, where the evaporator unit is placed in the basement above the furnace, which needs to push the cold dense air up to the second or third floor. In central systems most of the air will travel through the shortest runs creating a cold basement, a fairly cool 1st floor, and usually unsatisfactory conditions on the 2nd and 3rd floors. Top ?
  • Can ductless heat pumps be utilized in Toronto?
  • Definitely, the average minimum temperatures in Toronto for the months of January and February are approximately -7°C. Also the number of days in the year where the minimum temperatures are below -10°C is only around 26. These are also minimums, meaning the daytime highs are usually higher. By choosing the right system with a low ambient heating option, you will be able to heat your whole home with just the ductless heat pump for most of the long winter days. With all that said, a primary (non-heat pump) heat source is highly recommended in Toronto and the rest of Canada such as in-floor heating, radiators, fireplaces or furnaces. Top ?
  • If my remote control is not working or I cannot find it, can I still use my air conditioner?
  • Yes, most units have an emergency button on the indoor unit. Once this button is pressed the unit will go into emergency mode, maintaining 24°C (depending on manufacturer) until the button is pressed again, or the remote control is found/replaced and activated. Top ?

    How to prolong your system’s lifespan?

  • » Heat pumps and oil-base furnaces and boilers should be inspected annually.
  • » Gas furnaces should be serviced every other year.
  • » Blowers need to be lubricated, cleaned and adjusted regularly.
  • » Faulty electronic thermostats should be replaced.
  • » Humidifiers should be cleaned regularly and unplugged when not in use.
  • » 1” filters should be replaced monthly, and 4” to 6” changed twice a year.
  • » Ducts should be cleaned to reduce pollutants and allergens.
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