A split system is an air conditioner which consists of two parts. The indoor unit (the evaporator) and the outdoor unit (the condenser). The evaporator is mounted inside the room and is connected by refrigeration piping (supplied by the installer) to the condenser, which is mounted outside. For more information on split systems, please click the button below.
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Split system air conditioners operate on a vapour compression refrigeration cycle. This is a thermodynamic process of refrigerant changing state (from a vapour to a liquid to a vapour again) which enables air conditioners to heat or cool. Please click the button to learn more.
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Inverter air conditioners 'inverts' Alternating Current (AC) electricity coming from your home, into Direct Current (DC) inside the air conditioner. By running the compressor on DC, it enables the compressor to run at a variable speed. (For example, Inverter air conditioners rated at a specific capacity will output up to 130% at peak load (reaching the target temperature faster) while also having the ability to reduce it's power consumption, once the target temperature has been reached.

Two other benefits of 'Inverter' technology (apart from the energy efficiencies) is a much more stable temperature (as the air conditioner compresses the right amount of refrigerant when required) and also much quieter operation, as the compressor is not turning on and off all the time. Toshiba were the first brand to incorporate inverters in 1981 and EZYAIR has been specialising in inverter air conditioning for more than 10 years.

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A reverse cycle air conditioner reverses the flow of refrigerant, enabling the system to heat as well as cool. Popular in Germany, Japan, France, the USA, New Zealand and Tasmania - Reverse Cycle air conditioners (also known as 'Heat Pumps') and are more energy efficient than burning gas and other fossil fuels for space heating. For more information, please click the button below.
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A split system air conditioner could be the most energy efficient appliance in your home. Please click on the button below to learn how to read an energy label and calculate calculate air conditioner energy efficiency for yourself.
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The Equipment Energy Efficiency (E3) program is a cross jurisdictional program through which the Australian Government, states and territories and the New Zealand Government collaborate to deliver a single, integrated program on energy efficiency standards and energy labelling for equipment and appliances. Learn how to understand and read the new Zoned Energy Labels (ZERL) by clicking the button below.
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To legally install split system air conditioning in Victoria, your installer must have 3 licenses (refrigeration, electrical and plumbing). One of these licenses is a 'Refrigerant Handling License', issued by the Australian Refrigeration Council. There are two types. Restricted and Unrestricted and they are completely different. Please click the button to find out the difference.
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If you are replacing an old split system with a new one (especially in high rise apartments), please take the time to read about the considerations of doing this.
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In Australia, manufacturers can express air conditioning output in THREE different types of electrical measurements. This information can be both confusing and misleading to customers who are researching air conditioning for the first time. Please click on the button below to learn more about the expression of power in air conditioners.
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Through the act of refrigeration, humidity (water) is removed from the air. This water is then condensed from a vapour to a liquid and has to be managed in a way which does not damage property or cause a slipping hazard. Please click on the bottom for more information on how we can help you deal with hazardous condensation.
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There is no one ‘best brand’ to suit every single person. Each brand has different features and functions - and each feature or function will suit different applications. The best approach would be to call our friendly team on 1300 399 247 (Monday - Friday 9am to 5pm) and let us know what your requirements are - and we can give you expert information to help you with your decision making process.

EZYAIR are one of the largest independent distributors of Toshiba, Fujitsu, Mitsubishi, Carrier and Panasonic in Victoria and have fully operating units on display at EZYAIR HQ (49 Huntingdale Rd, Burwood VIC 3125).

Yes. If EZYAIR install your split system, it is likely that you will only have one small hole behind the indoor unit. It is a simple job to decommission the unit and isolate the power, enabling you to install the split system in another room or house later on. All you have to do is patch the small hole in the wall and take it with you!

Please contact us. The friendly EZYAIR team are standing by to help you between 9am to 5pm, Monday to Friday. Click the button below to be taken to our contact page.
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