SELECT
SELECT PRODUCTS
SELECT PRODUCTS

A reverse cycle system is any system that provides heating and cooling. When a system runs on cooling, the compressor (outdoor unit) compresses the cool R410a refrigerants making them hot and then dissipates the heat from the compressed gases through a set of coils.

This coil cools the refrigerant and condenses these gases into a liquid which is sent through pipe-work to the indoor unit. Through this process the refrigerant then goes through an expansion valve which evaporates the liquid to become cold. This runs through the coils of the indoor unit, allowing the gas to absorb heat and cool down the home on the inside. The reverse of this process is done to provide heating, with a “reversing valve” that sends the refrigerants in the opposite direction.

Running Costs Calculator