PROVIDING COOLING THROUGH A SYSTEM OF DUCTS

Ducted Air Conditioning System

As the name suggests, ducted air conditioning provides heating or cooling through a system of ducts spread out all over your home or commercial space. A central unit, consisting of a condenser, compressor, and an air handling unit, is usually located in the basement, roof-top, or outdoor. It provides cool or hot air, which is then distributed throughout the building through a series of ducts and vents, providing the appropriate climate control.

If your target space is a large room with many people inside, such as a restaurant or workspace, then ducted systems provide enhanced airflow than ductless systems. A greater rate of air flow ensures it never gets too stuffy, and you are constantly provided with fresh air circulation. Ducted air conditioning remove humidity at a much greater rate than their ductless counterparts. While living in a humid environment, where moisture control is a priority, these systems come out on top.

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Packed Air Conditioning System

A fully packed system with all the components, including the condenser, compressor, and evaporator are situated in one singular unit. It can be placed either outside beside the wall of the building, or on the roof. This type of system is best suited for commercial buildings, or already built homes, where space can often be limited indoors. Large ducts then circulate the air form the air handling unit into the room, and also to circulate it back to the unit. These systems can be coupled with heating coils or furnaces to also provide heating facilities.

The condenser used in a package air conditioner can be air-cooled or water-cooled type. Air-cooled type is usually for capacity below 5 tonne and water-cooled for capacity above 5 tonne. Most parts of a packaged system are put together at the factory, making their installation faster, easier, and perhaps less costly than that of split systems. Even with a pitched roof, you can have a platform built to support your HVAC system. Ductless systems are ideal for new additions because they let you avoid the expense of adding new ducts and replacing your current system with a larger unit.

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