Conventional residential central air conditioning systems are "split" into two units. The outdoor unit called the condenser contains a coil, compressor, service valves, and electrical compartment. The condenser is connected to the indoor evaporator coil by copper tubing called a line set. The evaporator coil can be an integral part of an air handling unit that consists of the evaporator coil, blower motor, blower wheel and electrical compartment or as part of a forced air furnace heating system. When used with a forced air furnace the coil is added to the system as a separate unit typically installed directly to the furnace cabinet. These systems use ductwork, plenums, and vents to distribute the cool air through out a space. The central air conditioner utilizes a blower motor and wheel to distribute air through the supply ductwork and to pull air back through the return ductwork. The "return" ductwork conveys air back to the evaporator to be cooled and the "supply" ductwork conveys the cool air to the space. Vents also known as registers, diffusers and grilles connect to the supply and return duct trunks through smaller ductwork called take offs. Supply vents are typically located on the perimeter outside walls and return vents are typically located either centrally or on interior walls. Central air conditioners have filters located on the return side off the system that need to be changed regularly for proper operation. Mullineaux Heating and Air Conditioning are experts in the service, repair, replacement, and installation of central air conditioning systems of all types.
Ductless Mini Split A/C Systems:
Ductless Mini Split systems are similar to conventional split central A/C systems. As there name states theses systems do not utilize duct work to convey the cooled air to the space instead the evaporator is mounted to the wall inside the space to be conditioned. There are numerous advantages to ductless mini splits they are very quit and are among they most efficient a/c systems made. Individual rooms can be cooled independently and the lack of a need for duct work makes them great for retrofits and homes and business that don't have space for large duct work systems.
High Velocity Small Duct A/C Systems:
High velocity small duct A/C systems are similar to conventional split A/C systems. These systems utilize small duct work runs typically 2-3 inches in diameter. The lack of a need for large duct work makes them great for retrofits and homes and business that don't have space for large duct work systems.
Rooftop A/C Units:
Commercial packaged units commonly referred to as rooftop units are generally installed on flat commercial roof tops. Packaged units have both A/C and heating systems in one product. The heating system is typically an electric, gas, or propane (LP) forced air furnace that utilizes a blower motor and wheel most often with a belt and pulley drive system to transfer air through attached ductwork. (See forced air furnace heating section) The A/C systems contains all the components of a conventional split A/C system all contained in one unit. Mullineaux Heating and Air Conditioning are experts in the repair and replacement of packaged rooftop systems.
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