Unit capacity, insulation of your house, regular maintenance, type of wall, size of the window, type of Air Conditioner, and location where the unit is going to be installed.

The orientation of your house, the material it is made of such as brick veneer, double brick. The location and size of windows and the covering on these windows and whether the house is insulated have a large bearing on the sizing; the region you live in can vary the air conditioning requirements. Your licenced installer would be abel to assist you.

To be exact, your licenced installer will be able to calculate that heat-load and size for you. Alternatively, please refer to our sizing chart which could give you a approximately size that you can work on.

This is known as Over-sized: it will cause problem like the unit not cycling on and off correctly when it reaches the set temperature; and is less effective and wastes energy. Air conditioners remove both heat and humidity from the air (in cooling mode). If the unit is too large, it will cool the room quickly, but only remove some of the humidity. This leaves the room with a damp, clammy feeling.

This is known as Under-sized: air conditioners will have to work harder, wasting energy, and not giving satisfactory result.

Things you need to consider. How many in the household and how many bathrooms in the home. Gas storage units have 15mm gas connection and Gas continuous units require 20mm connection. Speak with your local plumber about what you will require and they can give you a quote.

Sizing Chart: it is a guide to assist you in determining the right size of Air Conditioner to cool or heat your room correctly.

NO: All Kelvinator Air Conditioners are designed as a Room Air Conditioner; which means that regardless if it is a Split system or Window Wall unit, it is designed to use only for a single room application, and it can not cool or heat multiple rooms or the whole house.

NO Replacement under warranty: an Under-sized or Over-sized Air Conditioner is not cover by warranty, as the unit is working as it is.

Your dealer or licensed installer are there to provide this service for you; alternatively, please refer to our Sizing Chart.

Window wall: a self-contained packaged air conditioner. All components are housed within the unit. It is relatively easy to install through a wall and no inter-piping connection is required. However, the unit might be slightly noisier compare to a split system, as the compressor is mounted within the unit.

Split system: contains 2 parts - the outdoor unit (Condenser) and indoor unit (Evaporator). They are joined together by copper pipe filled with refrigerant. A Split system is more efficient in terms of energy, and quieter when operating; it is available as Reverse Cycle or Cooling only.

Inverter system: such an air conditioner is equipped with a variable frequency drive that incorporates an adjustable electrical circuitry to control the speed of the motor and thus the compressor and the output. The result is a controllable and energy efficient system that is not only cheaper to run, but also uses a smaller power supply.

Fix speed: these air conditioners regulate the temperature by using a compressor that is periodically either working at maximum capacity or switched off entirely.

The Star Rating system assigns a number of stars to the air conditioner and this is displayed on the energy label. It gives an indication of how energy efficient an appliance is compared to other similar appliances. Currently, the range of stars is between one and maximum of six, shown in half star intervals. A product with more stars on the rating label has a higher energy efficiency than the product with less stars.

It stands for Demand Response Enabled Device: this means it can be interfaced with your electricity supplier to utilise the function if available; there are 3 possible modes available according to the situation. Note: a separate arrangement needs to be made for this. Contact your energy supplier to determine if there is an Air Conditioning Demand Response program in your area

Yes, inspect the air filters in your air conditioner regularly to see if cleaning is necessary. Trapped particles in the filter can build up and block the airflow; which reduces the air conditioner's capacity.

No, the dealer would be able to recommend qualified / licenced installer for you.

Do not attempt to install an air conditioner by yourself; by law the product has to be installed by an Air Conditioner licensed installer.

Do not attempt to repair an air conditioner by yourself; by law the product has to be serviced by an Air Conditioner licensed service profession.

To contact you local Service Repairer who is authorised by Kelvinator to service you Air Conditioner, please contact our Customer Care Centre on 130039363640 or 131349 to make a booking.

Things you need to consider: Air flow, clearance around the indoor and outdoor unit, direct sun light, noise reflection, weather and ease of access, etc.... The licensed installer would inspect the place and make recommendation accordingly.

Installation costs of split system air conditioners can vary a lot due to electrical wiring requirements and positioning of outdoor units. Your licensed installer would give you a quotation

Before choosing a replacement unit, conduct a heat load calculation of the relevant area. If you choose a split system you will also have to consider, power supply, refrigerant and drainage issues; refer to your licenced installer or our sizing chart

Factors you need to consider: pipe work, electrical wiring, distance in between the indoor and outdoor, is the outdoor unit going to be installed on the ground or up high. Your licensed installer would be able to advise you upon site inspection.

When a hot day is expected, turn on the air conditioner early rather than wait until the building becomes hot (it operates more efficiently when the outside air temperature is cooler).

Keep curtains, windows and doors closed. If the machine has adjustable louvers, adjust them towards the ceiling when in cooling mode, and towards the floor when in heating mode; as cool air falls, hot air rises.

For a domestic application: all Kelvinator Air conditioners come with two years full manufacturer's warranty, and an extra three years if the unit is installed by a licensed installer.

For a commercial application: all Kelvinator Air conditioner carries only three months warranty.