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The Benefits of Installing an AC Split Type Ductless System for Facilities Management

Facilities managers are tasked with ensuring their buildings are comfortable, efficient, and maximize the safety of the occupants. That’s why many facilities are now turning to AC split type ductless systems to get the job done. This system offers efficiency, convenience, and cost savings compared to traditional HVAC systems.

What is an AC Split Type Ductless System?

An AC split type ductless system is an HVAC system that does not use ductwork and is instead divided into two parts: an outdoor condenser and an indoor air handler. The outdoor condenser is responsible for cooling and condensing the air and then sending it to the indoor air handler for distribution. The indoor air handler is responsible for distributing the cooled air through the room.

Benefits of an AC Split Type Ductless System

An AC split type ductless system offers several benefits to facilities managers. First, this system is more energy efficient because it does not require the use of ductwork and there is less energy lost in the transfer of air. Additionally, it is easier to install and has a lower installation cost compared to traditional HVAC systems.

The system also offers convenience since it can be installed directly into existing rooms without the need for extensive remodeling or construction. This means that you can quickly and easily add or modify the system to accommodate changing needs or to add additional cooling capabilities.

Finally, the AC split type ductless system is also more cost-effective in the long run because it requires less maintenance and repairs compared to traditional systems.


An AC split type ductless system is a great option for facilities managers looking to improve comfort, efficiency, and cost savings. It is easier to install, requires less maintenance, and is more energy efficient than traditional HVAC systems. With all these benefits, it is no wonder why more and more facilities are making the switch to an AC split type ductless system.