Wall mounted air conditioning
Heat and cool your rooms with the right wall mounted air conditioning units
Wall mounted air conditioning is one of the most common types of air conditioning unit. They’re great for heating and cooling rooms in homes, and smaller commercial areas like offices and server rooms. Wall mounted air conditioning units usually sit up near the tops of your walls and are a great option if you want subtle and stylish climate control.
Wall mounted air conditioning units can be used as part of a multi-split system to heat and cool several rooms, or a split system to service one room. Alongside an outdoor unit, combine them with a variety of other indoor units to suit different areas of your home or business. Or simply use one for one room.
Mitsubishi Electric MSZ-LN Diamond
The MSZ-LN is one of Mitsubishi Electric’s most attractive wall mounted air conditioning units. Available in red, natural white, pearl white and black, it can blend in or stand out as an attractive feature. It features Mitsubishi Electric’s 3D i-see sensor to suit the inhabitants of a room and maximise energy efficiency.
Midea Blanc MSMA
The Midea Blanc MSMA is a wall mounted air conditioning unit with a range of features that make it ideal for heating and cooling spaces in your home or business. Its air purification and self-cleaning systems help to provide clean and healthy air, and its turbo setting gives you the option to boost your room heating or cooling whenever you need to.
The ASYG-KGTA is Fujitsu’s wall mounted air conditioning unit notable for its slim and stylish design. Its hybrid heat exchanger, large cross-flow fan and R32 refrigerant give it a high level of efficiency that can help you heat and cool your property economically. It also features a human sensor to reduce waste and a wifi option to aid usability.
Other types of air conditioning unit
As well as wall mounted air conditioning units, there are several other types of unit that you can use to heat and cool your home or business. The best air conditioning units for your property depends on the size of your rooms and your climate control needs.