Cooling

O'Neill Air can provide two types of Air Conditioning systems to keep your home cool this summer.

Evaporative Cooling Systems.

Refrigerated Air Conditioning Systems.

Evaporative Air Conditioning is being able to operate the system with the doors and windows open, enjoying a cool change of fresh air at least every couple of minutes.

If you wish you can also install ducting throughout your house. These unobtrusive vents, fitted into your ceiling, allow fresh cool air to circulate throughout your home, exiting the room space, reducing the temperature in the roof and keeping the whole home even cooler. You can also program your system to commence cooling before you arrive home, without the need to have any windows open. Evaporative air conditioning is the natural way to cool your home, and it uses much less energy than other forms of cooling, so you can keep your power bills low and reduce your impact on the environment.

The other great thing about evaporative cooling is that you get fresh, cool air coming into your home, not recycled stale air. And you can leave your doors and windows open!

Seeley International has three great evaporative cooling brands for you to choose from – Breezair, Braemar and Coolair. If you need a portable cooling solution, we make portable Convair evaporative air conditioners that really work, as well as offering Convair fans and portable refrigerated air conditioners.

Evaporative air conditioning options include portable evaporative coolers for one room or space and ducted evaporative systems for whole of home.

Evaporative cooling is an entirely natural method of cooling, using only air and water - to cool air through the simple principle of evaporation of water.

  • Hot air is drawn into the cooler and passes through water-moistened pads or specifically designed cells.
  • Some of the water evaporates, absorbing the heat as it does so, and cools the air.
  • A fan then blows this beautifully cooled air throughout the room/house and forces hot air out through open windows and doors.
  • Ducted evaporative air conditioning units are normally positioned on the roof with ducting throughout the roof space to direct air into the rooms of the home.

Bringing you natural air conditioning that's out of this world, but won’t cost the earth has been Seeley International's aim since 1972.

Evaporative air conditioning is the natural way to cool your home, and it uses much less energy than other forms of cooling, so you can keep your power bills low and reduce your impact on the environment.

The other great thing about evaporative cooling is that you get fresh, cool air coming into your home, not recycled stale air. And you can leave your doors and windows open!

Refrigerated Air Conditioning

Refrigerated air conditioning options include; portable refrigerated air conditioner for one room , split systems for one room and ducted reverse cycle refrigerated air conditioners for whole of home.

Ducted reverse cycle refrigerated air conditioners consist of a compressor, fan and heat exchange coil and use a refrigerant to cool the air.

  • Refrigerated air conditioners have two separate mechanical parts, an outdoor compressor and an indoor unit/fan coil.
  • The outdoor compressor unit compresses refrigerant gas into a liquid state to allow the refrigeration effect to take place, exactly the same way as does your home refrigerator.
  • The compressed gas is transferred into the indoor unit.
  • The indoor unit basically consists of a fan and a heat exchange coil.
  • The fan is connected and then controlled by a room installed thermostat that draws the air from inside the home, passes it through a filter and then recirculates throughout your home approximately 10 times each hour.
  • Ducted refrigerated air conditioning units are normally positioned inside the roof, as well as an inverter unit outside the house (usually on a side wall) with ducting throughout the roof space to direct air into the rooms of the home.

Refrigerated air conditioning provides true "air - conditioning" . It will ventilate cool, heat (with reverse cycle systems) and dehumidify. The Allergy Research Foundation recommends refrigerated air conditioning as the most effective way to create a low allergen home.

Ducted Refrigerated Systems - may be either a split type ducted system of a self contained package unit which as the name implies are connected to a duct system to distribute the air. They provide unobtrusive, quiet climate control. They can be customized to suit your application.