In essence, a reverse cycle air conditioner has the ability to reverse the refrigeration cycle, producing hot instead of cold air.
When the reverse cycle unit is set to cooling mode, it operates just like a normal air conditioner.
But when set to heating mode, the roles are reversed. The indoor evaporator coil changes roles to become the condenser cycle, which produces heat. And the outdoor condenser unit switches roles to serve as the evaporator, thus discharging cold air to outside.
In addition to this, reverse cycle units can filter and dehumidify the air inside, making the indoor space more clean, healthy, and pleasant to be in.
Reverse cycle air conditioners come in a range of types, models, and power capacities. They can also be installed into either the wall or window. If you’re unsure which one is right for you, let Trim Temp Air help you supply and install the right model to suit your needs and budget.