Split HVAC System (AH/CU)

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The split HVAC system is characterized by the separation of the air handler/furnace and the condensing unit. The air handler, which is placed indoors, contains the heat exchanger as well as blower and heating element. The air handling (AH) unit is connected to the condensing unit (CU) via copper tubing and low voltage control wires. The CU is placed outside, and out of the customer’s sight, whereas the AH is typically hung above the ceiling.
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These units are great when access to the roof is impeded by additional floors or obstructions, and/or equipment on the roof is not aesthetically pleasing.
In response to the COVID-19 crisis, we are now offering a range of air sanitation solutions for all HVAC systems. From UV-C to Dual-Ionization, these units are installed at the coil and/or in the duct system to sanitize the air as it passes, preventing the spread of the virus, as well as actively seeking out odors and allergens. Simply ask your sales rep about air sanitation when submitting your request for a bid.


In Texas, the HVAC is one of the most important investments a business owner can make. These units provided comfortable air temperature, low humidity levels, and clean, sanitized air.

  • Restaurants – As a supplemental unit to the RTU’s or as a primary means of conditioning, split systems are in use in many restaurants today.
  • Warehouses – Most warehouse roofs are not designed to carry heavy equipment loads. This makes the split system a perfect solution for cooling the warehouse space of just the offices attached to the warehouse.
  • High Rise Building- Due to the multi-level design of a high-rise building, it can be cost-prohibitive to run ductwork all the way to the rooftop. Split systems can alleviate this need with only the copper needing to be run to the roof or ground level.
  • Hotels– Much like high-rise buildings, the multi-level design of most hotels means it’s cheaper and easier to locate the AH unit on each floor with only the copper traversing to the CU at the roof or ground level.


Having a well balanced HVAC system professionally installed will not only provide a cool dry atmosphere for your customers and staff, but properly designed and installed, it will save you hundred in electric, and maintenance costs.

Clean air quality and indoor thermal comfort for both your customer and employees is a top priority for us. Whether you're upgrading an existing system or installing a brand new one, let the professionals at Accuvent aid you in selecting the perfect system for your establishment.