Ducted Reverse Cyle

Ducted Reverse cycle air conditioners are a popular choice among many Australians. A reverse cycle system is perfect for the Australian climate providing cool air in the hot summers and hot air when the temperatures start to drop.

How Does Reverse Cycle Air Conditioning Work?

One of the best benefits of a ducted reverse cycle conditioning systems is that they are super energy efficient. Where conventional heaters ‘create’ heat energy to warm the home a ducted reverse cycle absorbs heat from the outside to warm the air inside. In summer it’s the opposite – they absorb heat from the inside air and dissipate it outside, leaving only cool air. This makes an energy saving reverse cycle cooling system an excellent investment not only in long-term savings on your bills but in your family’s health.

Benefits of Ducted Reverse Cycle Air Conditioners

Most air conditioners feature air-purifying filters that trap dust and other airborne nasties, purifying the air in your home. Some units can even help to reduce odours and filter out germs and bacteria. With Australia having one of the highest rates of asthma, hayfever and other allergies in the world an air conditioner can provide great relief to many families.

On top of being energy efficient reverse cycle systems are terrific for the environment. They produce only a third of the greenhouse gas emissions conventional electric heaters generate. Some units feature over 5-star energy ratings and produce less than a fifth the emissions electrical heaters do. As a country that needs too much sunscreen, fewer greenhouse gas emissions result in a better world for everyone.

With a reverse cycle system, you only need to pay once for a unit that does two jobs. With the push of a button you can switch between cooling mode and heating mode. This is perfect for us down in the southern states as sometimes you could need the heater one day and the cooler the next.

Ducted reverse cycle systems are the ultimate in climate control for the Australian home. One simple touch of a button on the electronic controller can select cooling in summer or heating in winter, and even air circulation or humidity control when required.