Everything You Wanted To Know About Split System Installation

Important Tips About Split System Installation

A split system offers air conditioning to many households, plus ensures sufficient circulation of air inside the rooms. Knowing how to install a split system is quite vital.

1. Installing the indoor unit

The indoor unit should be installed on the interior wall, away from heat and any inflammable material. Mount it at a height of approximately seven feet from the floor and away from any other electrical appliances, while providing maximum support for the unit.

2. Mount the plate on the wall

Mount the plate on the interior wall. It should be positioned horizontally in the location where the split system will be installed. Your wall should have holes containing plastic plugs to support the plate.

3. Drill holes whose diameter is equal to the diameter of the pipes

Connect the holes from the exterior. The diameters and lengths should be proportional to that of your system. For efficient drainage, the exterior holes should run downwards.

4. Insert a flexible flange into the hole

Make sure that all electrical connections are in place, before connecting the wire to the system. The setup should match the diagrams provided with the unit.

5. Connect the pipes

Connect straight pipes from the exterior to the interior wall unit. Ensure that their length is shorter by a quarter than spaces between the two surfaces. Now complete the piping process and integrate them with the power supply wires.

Use electric tape to wrap everything and locate the drain pipe at the bottom. Connect the drainage pipe to the base of the split system to facilitate water flow. Complete each procedure properly.

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6. Installation of the outdoor condenser

Choose a strategic location, free of heat and dust for the installation. Create enough space around the unit for excellent functioning.

7. Level the concrete pad on the floor

Raising the condenser higher above the ground level ensures that it serves you even when it is snowing. Reinforce the rubber at the base of the split system to avoid noise. In addition, keep antennas away from the exterior condenser’s perimeter.

8. Join the power cables

To carry out the wiring procedure properly, follow the connection diagrams on the booklet. Ensure the wires are tight before putting back the cover.

9. Match the nuts on the interior pipes to the nuts on the exterior wall

10. Feed air into the unit

Open the service port and the valves to connect the vacuum pump. Turn on the vacuum to a pressure of 10mm Hg. Then close it and turn off the pump. Close the port and the valves after ensuring there are no leakages.

11. To avoid electric shock, insulate the joints of the pipes
12. Clamp the pipes on to the wall
13. Cover the holes

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GMTair is your Perth Split System Specialists. With knowledge about all of the leading Split system air conditioners, we can help you choose and install a system that meets your budget and is perfect for chilling your home. Contact us today for an obligation free quote. We are sure that our friendly team of technicians will complete the split system installation process to your liking.

Gerard Toland

Gerard has been involved in the Perth Air Conditioning for over 30 years. He is experienced in both the supply and installation of all types of air conditioning products and components for both commercial and residential buildings. He is well known for being one of the few suppliers who make their own ducting on site in his Perth warehouse. Quality ducting is paramount due to the quality insulation it provides from the harsh Perth heat. It is this dedication to quality which sets him apart from competitors.

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