How Does a Ceiling Cassette Air Conditioner Work and Why Should a Business Buy One?

There are several good reasons why ceiling cassette air conditioning systems are popular with businesses.

These air conditioners are straightforward to install, easy to adapt to different spaces, and they don’t stand out or get in the way once they’re in position.

How Does a Ceiling Cassette Air Conditioner Work?

An air conditioning unit works by moving air through a cooling element containing a refrigerant, which removes heat, transporting it to the condenser to be dispersed.

A ceiling cassette air conditioning unit is no different and works on exactly the same principle. It differs from other types of air conditioners, primarily by the way it is mounted.

As the name would suggest, ceiling cassette units are mounted in the ceiling and are best suited to the ‘floating’ or suspended ceiling, where there is sufficient space to accommodate it.

Why Are Cassette Air Conditioners Good for Business?

Ceiling cassette air conditioners work well in a wide variety of business premises because they do not have to fix onto a wall or window.

Because they are ceiling-mounted, you can install them in a broad range of room sizes and types, and they will work with most standard ceilings.

This versatility enables all sorts of businesses to install effective, professional air-conditioning without having to make major, expensive adjustments to their premises.

Ceiling cassettes can cool reasonably wide areas efficiently, but without themselves taking up much space.

Air conditioning is no longer seen as a luxury for many UK businesses, but an essential for maintaining a comfortable workplace temperature that supports productivity.

Here are the main benefits of a ceiling cassette air conditioning system for businesses.

Cassette Air Conditioners Are Good for Small Spaces…

If your office space is small, this type of system won’t take up much space, but it will cool your room effectively.

And you won’t have to worry about it sticking out, getting in the way, or taking up too much space.

But Also for Large Spaces

Typically, ceiling cassette air conditioners are more powerful than wall-mounted units.

They have features such as four-way airflow, which will disperse cold air to each corner of a room, ensuring all parts reach your required temperature.

Subtlety Comes as Standard

Ceiling cassettes are small enough to fit most design plans, and you can easily have them installed into ceiling spaces, so that only the fascia of the unit is visible.

This makes this type of air conditioning unit highly suitable for different layouts and designs without interfering with the overall look or aesthetic of the space.

Shhh…

Cassette air conditioners are quiet. You don’t want the sound of your workplace air conditioning to drown out the sound of conversation.

Nor do you want it to become distracting when people are trying to work.

With this type of unit, the hard work goes on outside, keeping it quiet inside.

Fast Working

With a ceiling cassette air conditioner, you don’t have to wait for it to reach an optimum level of cooling. Its automatic fan will run at a high speed initially to speed up its function, reaching the right temperature rapidly.

Energy Efficient Cooling

Considering that utility bills will generally make up a sizeable chunk of business costs, energy efficiency is essential for the modern enterprise.

This air conditioning system delivers on energy efficiency, as the ceiling cassette reduces its power usage immediately on reaching its target temperature.

Easy Maintenance

Ceiling cassette air conditioners are easy to maintain but should function for years with no issues. Clean the outer unit by switching it off and using a dry cloth regularly.

Cleaning the filters is straightforward. You just disconnect the power, remove the filters and wash them in a neutral detergent then let them dry, before putting them back in.

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Author: Gareth Whalley
Sharing my vast knowledge in the Air Conditioning and Mechanical services field especially in HVAC installation, service and maintenance across a broad range of sectors, including Healthcare, Education, Transport, Banking, Retail and Commercial developments.