Most people are familiar with a standard residential split air conditioning system. It is split because the indoor system blows the cooled or heated air and the outdoor unit makes a lot of noise when it’s operating. These two pieces of equipment are connected by piping that carries refrigerant between them. The outdoor unit contains a compressor, outdoor coil, and fan. During cooling the compressor will compress the refrigerant into a superheated gas, then force it through the outdoor coil. The fan draws the outside air through the...
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How Water Source Heat Pumps Work
August 17, 2020
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The best HVAC system for High Rise Condo developments
July 8, 2020
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When designing a multi-tenant residential or hospitality hi-rise building there are several different choices for the air conditioning system. The system selection must consider how the decision affects all the interested parties over the life of the building, including the developer, contractors, building management, owner, and/or dwelling owner in the case of a condominium. Ultimately, all these groups have common goals, but how they prioritize these goals may differ. The developer is concerned with return on investment, the contractor is concerned...