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Welcome to AC Depot Ltd.

Your first choice for residential and commercial air conditioning!

We are authorised retailers for Mitsubishi Electric, Rheem and Gree, guaranteeing the best solution for your residential and commercial applications, delivered with the utmost customer experience and satisfaction. Visit us at the KM2 building in Massade, next to Meat Express.

 1-758-451-3210 / 1-758-717-6869

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How does air conditioning work?

Air conditioning systems work by moving heat from inside your premises to the outside. In a central AC system, air is drawn into the ductwork system through the return air system. Installed in the return air ductwork is an evaporator coil. This coil is connected to the condenser, the unit that is outside your building, by copper tubing. The refrigerant is then pumped from the condenser to the evaporator coil. As the refrigerant passes through the inside of the evaporator coil, warm air from inside your building passes over the outside of the coil. Because the refrigerant is cooler than the warm air, the refrigerant absorbs heat from the air. The refrigerant is then sent outside to the condenser unit. When the warmed refrigerant is in the condenser unit it is compressed by the compressor; the compression of the refrigerant causes it to boil. As the refrigerant boils it gives off the heat it picked up from inside your premises. The refrigerant is then passed through the coil in the condenser unit where it gets cooled again and is ready to go back inside to pick up more heat from your premises.

As this whole process is going on, the temperature and relative humidity in your premises are both lowered. The relative humidity level drops because cooler air cannot hold as much moisture. As the air cools, it gives up some moisture and it gets collected in the base of the evaporator coil and is then drained away.

What is an air conditioning split system?

A split system is an AC unit made up of two units — an outside unit, the compressor, and an inside air outlet unit, usually referred to as the “wall hung unit”. The two units are connected by pipes that carry refrigerant. An alternative to the standard unit is the multi-split system, which has multiple indoor units connected to a single outdoor unit. A split-system can be used for both cooling and heating.

What is an inverter?

An air conditioning system with an inverter continuously adjusts its cooling and heating output to suit the temperature in the room, thus improving comfort levels. The inverter reduces system start-up time, so the required room temperature is reached more quickly. As soon as the correct temperature is reached, the inverter ensures that it is constantly maintained.

This is a very energy efficient system, as because the inverter monitors and adjusts the ambient temperature whenever needed, energy consumption drops by 30% compared with a traditional on/off system.

How do I choose which air conditioning system I need?

Which air conditioning system you need depends on your business premises, size, occupation, purpose, the list goes on. If you’re unsure which system you should get installed to best suit your requirements, get in touch and speak to one of our professionals. You can complete the contact form or call us on 1-758-717-6869

How Can We Help You?

We are authorised retailers for Mitsubishi Electric, Rheem and Gree, guaranteeing the best solution for your residential and commercial applications, delivered with the utmost customer experience and satisfaction. Visit us at the KM2 building in Massade, next to Meat Express.

AC Depot Ltd.

Unit #9 KM2 Building,
Massade,
Gros Islet
(Next to Meat Express)

Mon-Fri 8:00 - 4:30
Sat 8:00 - 1:00

Phone: 1-758-451-3210
Mobile: 1-758-717-6869
Email: info@acdepotltd.com

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