What Makes Up The Unico System?

Below are the main components of what makes up a Unico System. First, you have the Unico System Air Handler, which typically includes the blower and coil. We also offer an inline duct heater which can either be used as the primary heat source or as a supplement to another heat option. Next is the main plenum which is what feeds air throughout the home. The supply tubes then come off of the main plenum to the individual rooms finally terminating into the room from the outlets, which come in a variety of colors and finishes.

Cutaway illustration of Unico System components in home

Unico System Product Line


Our custom outlets can be matched with any décor.

Air Handlers

So that you will achieve the best performance possible for your home or building, The Unico System is available in five sizes. This includes the blower and coil. Our air handler is available in two models - standard and our E.C. Air Handler, which features the S.MA.R.T Control Board and a more efficient electronically commutated (E.C.) motor.

Supply Tubing

The ductwork of the Unico System is so small and flexible that it fits right into existing home constructions, weaving through ceilings, walls, and floors.


The plenum, or main trunk line is what our supply duct tubing is fed from. There are three options available which include round metal pipe, square fiberglass plenum or rectangular plenum.

Electric Duct Furnace

Unico's Electric Furnace is quiet, and replaces natural gas furnaces - all while providing comfortable, controlled heat throughout your home or building.

iSeries® Inverter Units

This outside unit can be used with up to four air handlers or ductless systems.

Unico, Inc. has partnered with Italian manufacturer, Argoclima, to introduce the iSeries line, including refrigerant-based outdoor inverter units that are incredibly energy efficient, earning a high SEER rating. They range from 1 to 3.5-tons and have ports to connect up to four indoor units. The line also includes the Unico System small duct and iSeries ductless units that generate less than 23 decibels of sound, making them some of the quietest products in the industry.