Traditional and water cooled ceiling cassette units for commercial properties
Our Ceiling Cassette Units
Ceiling cassette air conditioning units are mounted, as the name suggests, in the ceiling. They are most effective installed in a suspended ceiling where there is room to accommodate the unit. Ceiling mounting provides excellent coverage and can cover a fairly large room. Being in the ceiling also means this type of air conditioning system is discreet and out of the way.
4 Ways Cassette
- Energy Class A+/A++
- Gas R32
- Power 3.5 KW – 5.2 KW
- Slim Design H 26CM
- Maximum Silence
YOUR LOCAL EXPERTS
Over 30 Years Of Air Conditioning Expertise
Since starting in 2002, ACS Installations is the leading supplier of conditioning products and installations in London and Home Counties.
We offer a bespoke installation service to suit your needs and requirements. If you are looking for an internal air conditioning system, we should be your first choice.
We have installed hundreds of internal condensers all over London and the Home Counties.
Why Choose Us
Where to Install
Ceiling cassette units are an ideal solution for a wide range of commercial properties. The four way air flow allows for even cooling distribution which is ideal for large spaces. They are also designed to be almost entirely hidden within a suspended ceiling.
How it works
Ceiling cassette units are installed within a suspended ceiling. Traditional air cooled units are connected to an outdoor condenser unit which releases the warm air taken from within the building. Internal water cooled air conditioning units are plumbed into your water supply and use water in a controlled manner to provide cool air. They are an ideal solution for restricted buildings where an outside condenser is not allowed.
What our Customers Say
Frequently Asked Questions
Some of your questions about our ceiling cassette air conditioning answered
Modern units are very quiet. In the workplace, you rarely notice them while in bedrooms at night time certain specific night set back settings slow the fans down to reduce the cooling requirement in line with falling ambient temperatures.
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