Floor standing air conditioners - what you need to know about them

In which cases is it better to choose a floor standing air conditioner?


Air conditioners are the most widespread heating and cooling systems. They are available in different variants so you have the opportunity to choose the right one for your needs.


Some of the most popular air conditioners are the floor standing air conditioners. If you are still not sure if they are a right choice for you, read this article. Here, we'll go over everything you need to know about them.


What rooms are floor standing air conditioners suitable for?


Floor standing air conditioners are a preferred and convenient option for air conditioning of commercial facilities, gyms, restaurants and offices. Such a system is recommended for home air conditioning only in large rooms. Such rooms are, for example, open-plan living-room type rooms with a kitchen in one, for example.


Due to their high output, these air-conditioning systems are suitable for large rooms over 30 square metres. Therefore, there is no point in considering the specifics of these air conditioners if you need air conditioning for a small apartment.


Floor standing air conditioner - what is it?

This inverter air conditioner has good energy efficiency in both heating and cooling modes. It has two units - indoor and outdoor, with the indoor unit being very removable. It can be placed in any part of the room as long as there is enough space for it. Characteristic of the indoor unit is its elongated shape and its ability to distribute airflow well in large rooms. The outdoor unit is very similar to other split systems.


Another characteristic of this air conditioner is the fast reaching of the set temperature. Therefore, it is also very suitable for air conditioning in restaurants and commercial establishments.


How does the floor standing air conditioner work?

As mentioned, this air conditioner is distinguished by its tall and long indoor unit. Unlike wall-mounted air conditioners, column air conditioners are placed on the ground. This way, they don't take up space from your wall. However, it is good to be aware that column air conditioners also take up space in height. Therefore, it's a good idea to consider where you're going to place them.


They also operate with a powerful air jet that cools or heats according to your requirements. When picking a place for the air conditioner, keep in mind that the air jet should not be pointed directly at people or electrical appliances. This is especially true in restaurants or offices where people are static for long periods of time. New models of column air conditioners have settings to redirect the air stream, which is very convenient for users.


The floor standing air conditioner pulls air from the room and cools or warms it, then blows it back out. Passing through the air conditioner, the air is purified of dust and other impurities. The occupants can thus enjoy clean and fresh air.


Advantages of column air conditioners

We can summarise the advantages of column air conditioners as follows:


● Beautiful and stylish design

Floor standing air conditioners have a very elegant and stylish design, which makes them suitable even for luxurious interiors of offices, restaurants, commercial premises, etc.


● Modern features for better comfort

Column air conditioners have many advanced features to protect the unit in case of refrigerant leakage, protection from cold air blowing out when starting in heating mode, 24-hour timer and more.


● Powerful air conditioning system

The size of column air conditioners is more than that of wall-mounted models. They are also more powerful. This also means that they are efficient enough for air conditioning large rooms.


● An economical solution for large rooms

If you use these air conditioners as intended, you are sure to enjoy economic and comfortable high-level air conditioning.


● Easy maintenance

The removable indoor unit is very easy to clean and maintain.


● Easy installation

All you need to do is to identify a convenient location for you where the air conditioner is to be installed. It is efficient enough to heat or cool the entire room wherever you have placed it. However, it's good to keep the indoor and outdoor unit area clear to allow free airflow.


Disadvantages of column air conditioners

The main cons of this air conditioning system are not that many and mainly relate to what rooms they are suitable for:


● Initial investment

At first glance, you may think that the investment is too big. However, if you consider the power of these air conditioners, you'll realise that it's well worth the investment.


● They take up floor space and height

These air conditioners are not that big, but you still need to be aware that you will need enough space for them.


● Strong airflow

Being powerful systems, the airflow of column air conditioners is stronger than that of wall air conditioners, for example.


● Not suitable for small rooms

Because they are designed for large spaces, column air conditioners are rarely recommended for home use.


After reading this article, you are probably aware if this type of air conditioner is right for you. If you need advice on what model of Midea air conditioner to choose, contact us.