All new mini-split air conditioners from North Cool
Intelligent solution for residential and commercial applications

The general advantages of North Cool mini-split air conditioners are characterized by their extra quiet operation and their flexibility in design and placement. Esthetically, various models exist that give customers options so that their mini-split systems could fit better in the configuration of their homes, allowing for greater degree customization. And in comparison to window units, mini-splits are wall mounted, usually close to the ceiling, in order to be less conspicuous and not obstruct the view from any windows.

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Another distinct advantage to central systems is that there is no loss of energy from cooled or warmed air forced through ducts, since the cooled/warmed air is released directly into the living space. With a SEER (Seasonal Energy Efficiency Rating) of up to 20, DC Inverter Technology and Eco-friendly R410-A refrigerant, North Cool mini-splits are the ideal choice for the environmentally-friendly consumer who wish to minimize his/her energy consumption levels.

Simple and quiet...

Like central systems, ductless systems are equipped with compressor and an air handler, which will contain the evaporator and the fan. The noisier component – the compressor – is conveniently located outdoors. The North Cool air handler, which takes care of distributing the warmed or cooled air across the house, is the unit we see indoors, delivers the air in a much quieter fashion. The two are linked by electrical wiring, refrigerant piping, and humidity drainage tubing.

A relatively new arrival on the North American market, North Cool ductless (or mini-split) systems have numerous commercial and residential applications. Its primary residential applications are for multi-family houses or in houses that lack ductwork, where they deliver efficient cooling and heating to every nook of the house. Commercial uses vary greatly as well, such as in restaurants, schools, office buildings, warehouses, etc. They combine the potential to cool/warm entire houses with the flexibility of single-room air conditioners/heat pumps.