We have been installing air conditioners in homes across Sydney for years, and we have come across several clients asking which brands work best. While we believe each brand truly brings something spectacular to the table, we also know that each has slightly different features.
The following discussion looks into seven air conditioning brands’ split systems and their respective innovations. Here are the major differences perks of each of the split systems air conditioning brands we offer here at Conduct Air Conditioning:
Each indoor unit can be operated independently for rooms where cool air is needed. Most Daikin units have advanced inverter and heat pump technologies, achieving greater efficiency and energy-savings at lower costs.
Fujitsu units have the Halcyon split system that increases energy and cooling efficiency. Its individual zoning allows for easier heating or cooling of unoccupied areas. Its ductless air conditioners have a peaceful indoor compressor unit and the motors are put outdoors.
Samsung designed the New High Density Filtration system with the opening size in the filter being a third of the opening size in previous models. This little adjustments reduces dust levels in the room and allows for an auto clean indoor coil and anti corrosion fin.
This Australian-made brand is engineered to perform optimally in the harsh climates of Australia. It has fan speed selection, follow-me control, 4-way multi-directional airflow, sleep program, self-clean, high efficiency particulate air (HEPA) filter with bio-enzymes capturing dust, fungi, pollen, and bacteria.
Some models from Panasonic have a filter for bacteria, virus and allergens, and can remove odours as well. Most of the latest units also have CONAVI intelligent sensors that detect whether a person is in the room and directs airflow to where the person is located.
The latest LG units come with Plasmaster auto clean and ioniser plus, dust protection filters, micro protection filters powered by 3M tech, and the super cool LG Mosquito Away inaudible ultrasonic waves that chases mosquitoes away. It can be controlled via Wi-Fi, and has active energy control.
Most Mitsubishi units of late come complete with anti-allergy enzyme filters that use artificial blue enzyme catalysts on the filter filaments to capture harmful microbes. Its Hybrid Catechin prefibres are infused with a bioflavinoid found in green tea and has antiviral and antioxidant properties. Its other features are Pulse Amplitude Modulation (PAM) control, Econo-Cool mode, self-diagnostic function, and dry mode operation.
Remember that these features may or may not be present in every brand model. Talk to our specialists today to find out more about our installation services.