Mini Split Line Set

"Midea Mini Split Heat Pump & Midea Mini Split Air Conditioner" , Ductless Heat Pump AC (MINISPLITS, Mini Splits) Line set , Mini Split Line Set

Line Sets are copper tubing lines used to connect split system air conditioners and heat pumps. The two copper lines (liquid line and suction line) in the set are refrigerant lines that connect the condensing unit (outside air conditioner) to the evaporator coil (e-coil) in the indoor unit. The line set tubes are pre-flared and pre-insulated using ACR tube or a level wound coil.

All of our air conditioning and refrigerant tubes are produced with lubricants tested for R410a compatibility and corrosion tested.

Our line sets come with a pre-insulated suction line paired with a bare liquid line in a convenient package. Line sets have come into wide use in most areas of the country because they offer a better way to field connect split system air conditioners and heat pumps. Some major advantages of our line sets are that installation is quick, efficient, and economical. The continuous, factory applied insulation has no seams which can open to allow moisture entry, bothersome dripping, and decreased system efficiency. They also come in a variety of sizes from 15 to 50 feet and the factory assembly of our line sets assures quality and consistency.

Our Line sets are available for all of our Midea brand mini split systems. See below for more information on Midea.

Midea Compressor ADVANTAGES

A lot of people are not aware that the air conditioning units from the brand Midea have long been recognized as one of the most environmentally friendly. In addition to this, a lot of people have already attested to the fact that a particular unit bought from Midea can be incredibly powerful and can really give it's users a feeling of comfort. The fact that this particular brand has been in the industry for over 30 long years means that a lot of people are already familiar with the quality and durability of their products. 

The good thing about this particular brand or company is that they are truly taking into consideration what their users will feel like even during the harshest weather conditions. Because of this, they really take their time in building a particular line of system that will be able to fully satisfy the needs of their users. In addition to giving people the best quality performance, you shouldn't worry too much about the cost of the electricity that you need to pay for in the end because the air conditioners from Midea are able to preserve and minimize the amount of energy that they use up in the process of operating them. Only a few brands are able to do this at this time in the industry; this is essentially the reason why people don't think twice about sticking Midea brand products or not.

Most importantly, the units from this particular company have been designed in such a way that an inverter has already been integrated into its system. What these inverters do is that they control the flow of refrigerant depending on a specific frequency level. This means that you do not need to check up on your air conditioner every so often just to check if adjustments must be made to it because the unit can do that for itself. Since a lot of people have become so dependent on the benefits that this technology is able to provide, consumers are truly amazed by this feature that Midea air conditioners.

The main advantages that mini splits have over their central unit counterparts is their small size and flexibility of zoning or heating and cooling individual rooms. Many models can have as many as five indoor air handling units (for five zones or rooms) connected to one outdoor unit. The number of indoor units depends on how much heat or cool is required for the building or each zone (which in turn is affected by how well the building is insulated). Since each of the zones will have its own thermostat you will only need to condition the room or zone when someone is in there. This will save you energy and money.

Ductless minisplit systems are also, often times, much easier to install than other types of space conditioning systems. For example, for an air conditioner mini split, the hook-up between the outdoor and indoor units generally requires only a three-inch hole through a wall for the drain lines and wire to run through. Also, most manufacturers of this type of system can provide a variety of lengths of connecting conduits. If necessary, you can locate the outdoor unit as far away as 50 feet from the indoor evaporator. This makes it possible to cool rooms on the front side of a building or house with the compressor in a more advantageous or inconspicuous place on the outside of the building.

Since mini splits have no ducts, they avoid the energy losses associated with duct work of central forced air systems. Duct losses can account for more than 30% of energy consumption for space conditioning, especially if the ducts are in an unconditioned space such as an attic or crawlspace.

In comparison to other add-on systems, mini splits offer more flexibility in interior design options. The indoor air handlers can be suspended from a ceiling, mounted flush into a drop ceiling, or hung on a wall. Floor-standing models are also available. Most indoor units have profiles of about seven inches deep and usually come with sleek, high tech-looking jackets. Many also offer a remote control to make it easier to turn the system on and off when it's positioned high on a wall or suspended from a ceiling.

Split-systems can also help to keep your home safer since there is only a small hole in the wall. Through-the-wall and window mounted room air-conditioners can provide an easy entrance for intruders.


The installer must correctly size each indoor unit and judge the best location for its installation. Over-sized or incorrectly located air-handlers often result in short-cycling, which wastes energy and does not provide proper temperature or humidity control. Too large of a system is also more expensive to buy and operate.

Some people may not like the appearance of the indoor unit. While less obtrusive than a window room air conditioner, they seldom have the built-in look of a central system. There must also be a place to drain condensate water near the outdoor unit.

Qualified installers and service experts for mini splits may not be easy to find. In addition, most conventional heating and cooling contractors have large investments in tools and training for sheet metal duct systems. They need to use (and charge for) these items to earn a return on their investment, so they may not recommend ductless systems except where a ducted system would be difficult for them to install. (mini splits) make good retrofit add-ons to houses with "non-ducted" heating systems, such as hydronic (hot water heat), radiant panels, and space heaters (wood, kerosene, propane). They can also be a good choice for room additions, where extending or installing distribution duct work is not feasible.

Like standard air-source heat pumps, mini splits have two main components: an outdoor compressor/condenser, and an indoor air-handling unit. A conduit, air conditioner mini split, which houses the power cable, refrigerant tubing, suction tubing, and a condensate drain, links the outdoor and indoor units. 

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