Temperzone engineers have extensive experience and knowledge to provide solutions to suit different project requirements.
Our advanced systems are designed and manufactured by local Research and Development, meaning you can always depend on easily accessible advice, technical support, installation, and service repair information.
With Temperzone products continually evolving to provide higher levels of efficiency, comfort, and better air treatment, you can be comforted knowing that Temperzone will be there throughout the entire product life cycle to provide continuous product support.
There are many factors to consider before applying a particular product to various applications such as noise, power supply, airflow, water flow, static pressure, and air treatment to name a few.
There are really no shortcuts to achieving good design and functionality. The below information provides key points of consideration relating to installation and design:
Flexible ducting installation guide
Temperzone uses world-renowned Copeland compressors in a large number of its air conditioning systems. Copeland's Digital Scroll was the first compressor to deliver a capacity range from 10% to 100% without the use of inverters.
Digital compressors ensure high efficiency through a unique feature termed 'axial compliance'. This allows the fixed scroll to move incrementally in the axial direction to ensure that fixed and orbiting scrolls are always loaded together with optimal force.
The compressor is controlled variably by a 0–10 volt DC signal that can be supplied either by a BMS system, a sophisticated controller or Temperzone's optional TZT-100 Controller.
How digital scroll compressors work
R22 compressor warranty (Superseded R22 models)
Electrical grommets (IMDL and various models)
Connecting alternative thermostats (OPA116-201 UC7) (ISD/OSA 116-224 UC8)
Ducted systems noise isolation recommendations (ISD/IMD/HWP)
Outdoor unit clearance (OSA-RKH)
Delay timer replacement (Various models)
Saginomiya de-ice replacement (Various models)
Advanced scroll temperature protection (larger OSA/OPA units)
Use of scroll compressors for pumpdown (Various)
Carry-Over and Free Water Inside Indoor Units (Various)
SAT-1 Temperature controller intermittently stopping compressor (Various)
Reverse cycle units used in cooling only applications (Various)
Operation of units outside design conditions (Various)
MEPS performance statement (Various)
WAGO terminal blocks (Various)
Outdoor unit controller (OUC) support information (Various
Handling of electronic circuit boards (Supersedes issue 10/90)
Polyolester oils in units (Various)
Outdoor unit controller (OUC) introduction and booklet (Various)
Capacitor failures (Various)
Approved installer requirements (Updated for R410A – supersedes issue 02/96) (Split systems)
Belt tensioning (SPA/XPA belts) (ISD, OPA, IJD, CC and PA units)
Reverse cycle heating in low ambient (OSA/ISD, OPA and PA Units)
Variable Pitch Pulleys (revised February 03) (ISD, OPA, IJD, CC and PA Units)
HAN-L5 Controller (OSA/ISD220-390 units)
Superheat Measurement (General)
Electronic De-Ice Controller Release 7 (OSA and OPA)
Field Diagnosis of Operation and Faults
High Sensible Heat Applications (Supersedes issue 02/85) (ISD/OSA and OPA)
Problems Associated with Standard Air Conditioners to High Percentage Fresh Air Systems (OSA/ISD and OPA)
HanWest Troubleshooting (OSA/ISD and OPA)
Electronic De-Ice Controller Release 6 (OSA and OPA)
Timers, Contactors and Relays (OSA and OPA)
HanWest Controller Wiring (Supersedes issue 01/00) (OSA and OPA)
Electronic De-Ice Controller Releases 1 to 4 (OSA and OPA)