A Reverse Cycle system use refrigerant gas to produce either warm or cool air. A system generally has two major components, the indoor unit for the home or office, and an outdoor unit, commonly called the compressor. The compressor pumps refrigerant through pipes to the indoor unit, where air is blown over the pipes then out into the room. This can provide cool air, like a traditional air conditioner, or warm air if the cycle (gas flow) is reversed.
Reverse Cycle systems can come in a variety of forms, from split-systems, to multi-head, to ducted. They also come in a range of power outputs. To find out what is most suited to your needs, contact us here.