Made with a superior operating range up to 50°C, the Add-On system is engineered to withstand the hottest and coldest conditions Australia can throw at it.
Add-On continues to operate with 85% more capacity at 46°C than conventional inverter systems.
Unlike a conventional inverter, which can take between 5 and 10 minutes to get up to full capacity, Add-On can get up to maximum capacity almost immediately – perfect for when you need to get comfy fast.
Just as you wouldn’t get your plumber to do your electrical work, it doesn’t make sense to use a gas manufacturer to provide your refrigerated air conditioning products – gas companies are great at all things gas, but when it comes to air conditioning it’s better to go with a specialist.
While gas has historically been the cheaper heating option, rising gas prices mean that’s no longer the case. A recent Melbourne Energy Institute study found that switching to reverse cycle heating could save some serious cash, with the author of the report cutting heating costs in his home by 70%.
Rather than design a unit that pushes air straight into the neighbour’s fence, which means the hot air wouldn’t escape and lead to a reduction in performance and higher energy consumption, we’ve engineered the Add-On to release hot air upwards.
The Add-On’s powder coated louvered grille guard allows for better airflow and protection against Australia’s extreme weather conditions.
The Add-On uses blue fin epoxy coated protection on its indoor and outdoor coils, which helps to reduce corrosion from the harsh Australian conditions.
The Add’On system’s indoor unit has a range of duct adaptor options to suit most duct works.