Packaged Air Conditioners

All the components of this package AC are assembled at the factory site. The gas charging is also done at the factory thus one does not have to perform the complicated operations of the laying the piping, evacuation, gas charging, and leak testing at the site. The unit can be transported very easily to the site and is installed easily on the plane surface. Since all the components are assembled at the factory, the high quality of the packaged unit is ensured.

The next level technology

In this packaged air conditioners the condenser of the refrigeration system is cooled by the atmospheric air. There is an outdoor unit that comprises of the important components like the compressor, condenser and in some cases the expansion valve (refer the figure below). The outdoor unit can be kept on the terrace or any other open place where the free flow of the atmospheric air is available.

Failure of one air handler will not affect the rest of the system in most cases
Maximum Energy Efficiency
Improved Comfort
Easy to Operate
Energy Efficiency Benefits of a Package AC
  • Sensor
  • Weekly timer
  • Committed

Eliminates Energy Waste from Duct Leakage – because VRF systems typically utilize no, or very little ductwork (hence the term “ductless”), they eliminate energy loss caused by leaky air ducts. NOTE: Magic Touch conducts hundreds of energy efficiency audits on buildings and homes annually and typically find duct leakage to be amongst the most common sources of energy waste.

Eliminates Energy Waste from Duct Heat Gain – since air ducts are typically installed in unconditioned space (attics, basements, wall chases, and above ceiling grids) they can absorb or lose heat energy to / from the surrounding space. This “duct loss” accounts for the need to install larger capacity systems in order to cool or heat the conditioned area to make up for it.

Localized Filtration Per Zone – The “zoned” application of these systems adds an IAQ (Indoor Air Quality) benefit of providing better air filtration to every conditioned room of the building. Whereas most central ducted systems are filtered at the air handler in the attic or on the rooftop, ductless units are filtering the air right in the space they condition, providing better filtration to each zone.