A ductless systems allow you to create a comfortable indoor environment in spaces where adding ductwork might be impractical. The ductless systems offer flexibility in design with two components – an outdoor unit and one or more compact indoor units.
Ductless systems allow for flexibility. A single-zone (also called a mini-split) ductless system allows you to control the temperature of one room by connecting an outdoor unit to an indoor unit, with no ductwork needed. An outdoor mini-split unit is placed outside your home and is connected to an indoor mini-split unit by small cables and a refrigerant line through a hole in the wall.
Mini splits have no ducts, so they avoid the energy losses associated with the ductwork of central forced air systems.
Duct losses can account for more than 30% of energy consumption for space conditioning, especially if the ducts are in an unconditioned space such as an attic.
Ductless units aren't limited to just your wall. Both LG and Trane offer ceiling models.
The ceiling-cassette indoor units in these duct-free split heat-pump systems provide comfort in large, open spaces.
Duct-free installation with an aesthetically pleasing indoor unit design. The four-way controlled louvers and fan speed features on these ceiling cassette indoor units allow for even air distribution. Easy control through the included wireless remote or optional wired wall-mounted controller.
LG Duct-Free Split air-conditioning and heating systems consist of three basic components: An Inverter-driven outdoor unit, a stylish and quiet indoor unit that delivers conditioned air to the room, and compact conduit for refrigerant lines and wiring that connects the units. This design allows for energy conservation by targeting only those areas that need cooling or heating, a cost- effective feature when only certain portions of a building are being used.