By Claudia Wang
Know the requirements for your AC system
Cooling and heating is different when it comes to commercial/industrial and household air-conditioning systems. It has two general classifications for commercial/industrial systems, medium-size offices and buildings, and extensive facilities.
Identify the capacity required for appropriate use
You should consider the room’s size and what the room is for when selecting a packaged air conditioner unlike household residential air conditioners.
The air conditioning capacity is between an office and a kitchen, even with the same floor area. Below is a list of some elements that should be considered when considering what the room is for.
Heat gain from office equipment is an essential factor for the overall heat gain of space and the overall heating/ cooling load.
The system requires the extra capacity to compensate for heat loss through doors and windows. The larger the opening or the area exposed to outdoor air, the more heat is lost.
You should consider the ventilation and heat gain from restaurant equipment.
Considering the environment where customers are seated for a long time, you should calculate the airflow volume and the direction of the wind from an air conditioner.
Types of commercial air conditioning systems
Office/Store Air Conditioning System
Single-Split Packaged Air Conditioner
One outdoor unit runs the system to provide the adjusted air from the indoor unit in a single split air conditioner. Also, indoor units have many types and users can select the best fit for the requirements of the space, for example, a server room.
Multi-Split Packaged Air Conditioner
With one outdoor unit running more than an indoor one, it is a popular choice for small-to medium-sized buildings with multi-split packaged air conditioners. Also, the multi-split packaged air conditioner is suitable for facilities with limited outside space because only one outdoor unit is needed.
Building/Factory Air Conditioning System
A single outdoor unit runs multiple indoor units in a variable refrigerant flow ( VRF) air conditioning system. VRF systems are classified as packaging air conditioning but are usually chosen for mid-to large office/commercial buildings. Also, VRF prefers the small-to central-sized facilities because the design of emitting discharged air sideways does not allow them to be used in combination with other units.
Finally, we give you some tips on how to find suitable commercial HVAC systems.
Tips For finding the suitable commercial HVAC systems
Evaluate the advantage of different HVAC Systems
Heating and cooling systems come in many ways. It has many types, and doing a little bit of research can help you determine your needs.
Packaged Systems: Packaged systems not only can save space but also can save energy.
Heat Pumps: It can maintain thermal comfort and reduce energy consumption by moving heat.
Ductless Systems: If your building doesn’t have room for conventional HVAC systems pipe network, then ductless systems are the best choice for you.
Choose the right size
Choose the right size for HVAC systems is a critical issue. If you choose very large units, you need to consume more energy and produce more indoor humidity. On the other hand, if you choose very small units, it cannot heat or cool your building effectively.
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