The indoor fan coil will be suspended by perforated straps within the roof cavity to minimise structural vibration and facilitate drainage.
The outdoor condenser will be located adjacent to the building mounted on a poly slab. We allow suitable "breathing" space of approximately 100mm (4") behind this unit,
*Please Note: Due to varying council regulations and the Noise Pollution Act the final location of the unit is critical. Whilst all care is taken with a recommendation, the final decision is yours.
Condensate water from the indoor fan coil unit will be disposed via a PVC drain terminating in the roof gutter. As a safety measure (in the event of this drain becoming blocked) we will install a galvanised drip tray beneath the fan coil which will drain separately through the eaves. (Usually near the front entrance)
*Please Note: If water is visible through the eaves drain, it indicates that the main drain is blocked and you need to call for service without delay to avoid possible ceiling damage.
- These outlets are multi directional type with four-way removable blades to allow adjustment of air flow for summer or winter.
- These outlets have side way air discharge with an adjustable centre for increasing or decreasing air flow.
- These outlets have side way air discharge with an adjustable to control air flow levels.
- These outlets are manually adjustable to control air flow.
- Air is returned to the indoor fan coil unit via hinged return air grill outlet with removable filter, usually located in the hallway. This washable filter should be cleaned at regular intervals.