Integrated refrigerated cooling systems
Braemar’s integrated refrigerated air conditioning system is specially designed to use the same ductwork and grilles as Braemar ducted gas heating – which makes installation and operation easier.
Ducted refrigerated air conditioners consist of a compressor, fan and heat exchange coil and use a refrigerant to cool the air. Refrigerated air conditioners have two separate mechanical parts, an outdoor compressor and an indoor unit/fan coil.
- The outdoor compressor unit compresses refrigerant gas into a liquid state to allow the refrigeration effect to take place, exactly the same way as does your home refrigerator.
- The compressed gas is transferred into the indoor unit.
- The indoor unit basically consists of a fan and a heat exchange coil.
- The fan is connected and then controlled by a room installed thermostat that draws the air from inside the home, passes it through a filter and then recirculates throughout your home approximately 10 times each hour.
- Ducted refrigerated air conditioning units are normally positioned inside the roof, as well as an unit outside the house (usually on a side wall) with ducting throughout the roof space to direct air into the rooms of the home.
You can add Braemar integrated cooling to existing* Braemar ducted gas heating systems, as well as new installations. Ask your dealer for details.
* Applicable to installations where airflow requirements and duct design are suitable
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