Air Conditioning

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When you install central air conditioning in your home or office, size matters. At Fusion Air, we calculate the size of the cooling equipment you need by using such recognized methods as the Air Conditioning Contractors of America.

Types of Home Air Conditioning Systems:

Central Air Conditioning Systems

Center Air Conditioning Systems

The central air conditioning system is the premium cooling solution for your home. It is the quietest, best performing and most comfortable. The only real risk is that the system be sized appropriately for your home. If it is sized too large it will not perform well and will not adequately dehumidify and may also short cycle.The central air conditioning system is made up of two packaged units, the condensing unit and the evaporative unit. Both are connected by refrigerant tubing. The condensing unit is the large boxy unit that sits outside and consists of the compressor, condensing coils and condensing fan. The evaporative unit typically sits in the plenum of your furnace so the air conditioning can use the same ductwork as your heating system. In the plenum, the evaporative unit consists of the evaporator coil and expansion valve.

Split or Ductless Air Conditioner Systems

Fujitsu Split Ductless Air Conditioner

The split system or ductless system is technically called a "packaged terminal air conditioner" or PTAC. You see these occasionally in home applications but more commonly in hotels, motels and apartments. The split system breaks the air conditioning system into two packages or terminal units and refrigerant tubing passes through the wall connecting both package units. One terminal package is the condensing unit located on the exterior and includes the compressor, condenser and condenser fan. The other terminal package is the evaporative unit located on the interior and handles air cooling and distribution. The internal evaporative unit includes the fan, expansion valve and evaporator coil.