Air conditioners without an outdoor unit.
From the series "Air conditioning, ventilation, heating - trends 2022".
A classic air conditioning system, in the simplest terms, consists of an indoor unit, which cools the room in which it is located, and an outdoor unit, which gives off heat to the outside. Is it possible to skip either of these components and still have a functional air conditioner?
monoclima IN 2.0 Verticale
The Monoklima brand specializes in the promotion and distribution of specific air conditioners without an outdoor unit - the available products allow both cooling and reheating of rooms in buildings where it is impossible or difficult to install a standard solution with an outdoor unit. For example, in historic buildings, where the aesthetics of the facade should not be disturbed, or when its installation is associated with additional costs, such as payment for the rental of a lift in the case of tall buildings.
Façade with monoclima IN 2.0 grilles installed compared to façade with outdoor split air conditioning units -.
By type of construction, the Monoklima brand - which means everything inside - offers four types of air conditioners:
Monoklima- monoblocks (compacts) air-to-air, which need direct access to the outside wall. Among other things, the representative of this category is the INNOVA "2.0" indoor monobloc air conditioner, available in the brand's offer, with an excellent design that makes the unit "neutral", only 16 centimeters deep and extremely quiet. It allows cooling and reheating of rooms, and can be installed both high up and at the very floor. The cooling power of these models usually does not exceed 3 kW, and the most powerful 3.5 kW. An important advantage of monoblocks is the simple disassembly, requiring no specialized tools - which facilitates service, repair or installation in another place.
Our offer includes "hybrid" monoblocks:
- with built-in electric heater - more efficient operation in heating mode in winter,
- models with built-in water exchanger, for example, for installation in place of a radiator.
Monoclimate - indoor air-to-air splits and multisplits, work like standard air conditioners - they have an indoor unit and a separate compressor unit. The difference is that the unit can be mounted indoors, for example, in a utility room, attic or basement - a place with access to outside air. It is compact, quiet, efficient and invisible to the outside world.
monoclimate IN 2.0
Another interesting device is the IN.CH indoor chiller with a capacity of up to 10 kW, to which you can connect any fan coil units (fancoils), such as versions for installation in walls, ceilings, floors. This allows you to hide the equipment and preserve the designed interior design.
Monoclimate - monoblocks, splits and multisplits "water" (water-air) are devices that use water to dissipate heat. Thus, they do not need access to outside air and can be placed anywhere water can be supplied. An example of this type of unit is Monoklima InnH2O, a monobloc air conditioner from the INNOVA "2.0" series mentioned earlier.
These models regardless of outdoor conditions, requiring only a connection to running water and sewerage. Another option is to connect what closed water circuits. However, in our conditions this solution is rarely used due to the high price of water (considerable needs during operation) and its general scarcity.
For more information, visit Monoklima's website.