Dual Mini Split Air Conditioner Recommendation

March 9, 2009 by Shawn Mack  
Filed under Ask Thomas

First Name:  Vamsi

Last Initial:  O

Problem:  I don’t own any AC yet. I am planning to purchase one. I needed an advice on whether I can get any product that fits my requirement.  I have two rooms that need to be fitted with an AC. My initial analysis is that 1.5 ton would be sufficient for each. So I was wondering if I can purchase a split AC with one compressor (may be 2 tons or so) and two evaporators.  Is this possible? If so which is a good company to go with?  Are there any special considerations with such setup?

Solution:  You have a perfect scenario where a dual or multi split air conditioner should work great.  The ACDE12HP220 is a dual 12,000 btu. Inverter system with two indoor evaporators and one 2 ton condenser.  Each room can operate separately with its own remote controller.  Installation is the same as any other single wall mounted mini split air conditioner with the exception that you need to run two separate line sets to the indoor units instead of just one.  I would recommend either the ACDE12HP220 or the ACDE09HP220 which is a dual 9,000 btu. system.

You can view there specifications at ClearanceAC.com by clicking on this link:


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10 Responses to “Dual Mini Split Air Conditioner Recommendation”
  1. Rajeev shah Says:

    I want to cool My Bead room & Sitting Room with a 1.5 Tons Compressor.I would not be using the ac in Both the the rooms simultaniously . As both have a common wall Is it possibel to have on compressor with a pipe line coming at the bottom of both the Condesor and then put a 2 inlet and a 2way outlet solonodie valve to select which of the condensor gets the circulation of the gas for the cooloing

  2. anadi gupta Says:

    I have three rooms that need to be fitted with an AC. My initial analysis is that 1 ton would be sufficient for each. So I was wondering if I can purchase a split AC with one compressor (may be 2 tons or so) and three evaporators.

  3. sukhwant singh Says:

    My requirement is to install A/C in two rooms But at a time use only one room for cooling
    please let me know if it is possible to use two evaporator with one compressor

    will it be economical to do this

  4. Mohammad Alaswad Says:

    this article is so useful to me
    as I think if we Join the two pipes together after coming out of the two separate split units and then Join them to the out door compressor unit will work preoperly but all of u guys need to be sure that only one indoor unit is working only

    for my status I only need an AC for about a month a year as my place seems very cool.

    let me know if anyone did it before

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  6. Rahul LOmsh Says:

    i am having three rooms one above another, can i install one compressor on roof top and three evaporators in three rooms without ducting. room size is 10′X11′. Suggest me 5star unit for above requirement.

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