HOME AIR CONDITIONING: BRAD & MARIE FITTLER

THE AIR CONDITIONING
DESIGN

Penrith Air Services have been providing quality, efficient after sales air conditioner service since 1985 and currently employs 5 service technicians with in excess of 35 years combined air conditioning industry experience.

BRAD & MARIE FITTLER’S HOME

This beautifully renovated attached semi, located in the eastern suburbs, presented a large air conditioning design challenge to the Penrith Air design team.

Owned by Sydney Rugby League legend  Brad Fittler and his wife Marie, this renovated semi came from less auspicious beginnings.

With amazing vision and a passion for design, Brad and Marie removed more than 1500 tonnes of sandstone from the existing site to create a huge entertainment area with double garage.

The concrete roof of this area is very cleverly filled with soil and turfed to create a yard leading from the ground floor sun- room.

THE AIR CONDITIONING SYSTEM DESIGN

The air conditioning project evolved with many on-site changes during construction. However, the decision to rake the upstairs ceilings left limited options for traditional ducted air conditioning.

Fortunately, the Carrier/Toshiba Super Modular Multi System (SMMS) air conditioner provided the perfect solution for this air conditioning project.

The SMMS air conditioner allows a selection of 13 different styles of indoor units all connected to a single, twin digital inverter outdoor condenser.

 

The design for this air conditioning project incorporated a single 10HP, 28kW outdoor condenser, serving 6 individual indoor fan coil units, each with individual thermostats allowing seperate temperature control for each unit.

The indoor areas are served by
Indoor Area Air Conditioning Unit
Sun Room 8kW ceiling recessed cassette
Living Room, Kitchen 8kW ceiling recessed cassette
Study, Guest Bedroom 6kW low static ducted under floor
Bedroom 2 2.5kW bulkhead unit
Bedroom 2 2.5kW bulkhead unit
Bedroom 1, Family Room 8kW high static ducted unit above bathroom
Dynamic and Schematic Views of Project Work
Dynamic View Static PDF View
First Floor Ducted Top View First Floor Ducted Top View
First Floor Elevation First Floor Elevation View
Ground Floor Top Elevation Ground Floor Top Elevation View
Rear Elevation View View Toshiba SMMS Schematic

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