Air Conditioning & Refrigeration Guide

Air Conditioning & Refrigeration Guide

There are quite a few different types of Air Conditioning systems available. This can be confusing when it comes to choosing which Air Conditioning system is the right fit for your home or business. Refrigeration solutions can also be a bit of a minefield, so we thought we would put together this little Air Conditioning & Refrigeration guide.

Air Conditioning Systems Guide

Most people think of Air Conditioning Systems as being installed purely to provide cooling during those warm summer months but did you know they also provide a source of heating?

Some of the more common types of Air Conditioning Units you may have heard of include the following:

  • Wall Mounted Units – Suitable for Home, Office, Shops & Restaurants
  • Ceiling Cassette Units – Suitable for Office, Shops, Restaurants & Gyms
  • Floor & Under Ceiling Units – Commercial & Industrial applications, Shops
  • Ceiling Void Concealed Units – Commercial & Industrial
  • Centralised VRV/VRF Systems – Commercial & Industrial
  • Portable Air Conditioning Units – Home, Small Office & Small Shops

To find out more about the Air Con services we provide here at ACL Refrigeration please visit – Air Conditioning

Refrigeration Guide

There are fewer varieties when it comes to Refrigeration Equipment. These generally take the form of cold rooms whether these are walk-in coolers or freezers.

Here is a list of the more common types of cooling systems and their suitable application:

  • Cold Rooms – Retail Outlets, Supermarkets, Hospitals
  • Clean Rooms – Pharmaceutical Companies
  • Cellar Cooling – Wine/Beer Cellars for Restaurants or pubs
  • Mortuary Cooling – Hospitals, Funeral Directors
  • Catering Cooling – Display Fridges/Freezers & Undercounter Fridges for Shops, Bars, Restaurants
  • Ice Machines – Bars, Restaurants

Hopefully, this short guide will give you an insight into the different options available for Air Conditioning and Commercial Refrigeration. We are always on hand if you would prefer a more in-depth chat. Simply give us a call on 0113 350 2989 or use the Contact Form to send us your enquiry. 

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