HVAC (Heating, Ventilation and Air Conditioning) systems are designed to perform four main functions – heating, cooling, ventilation and controlling humidity levels. HVAC systems are designed to meet goals of its customers and satisfy them in terms of efficiency of system and saving energy. Many HVAC systems are available today and are designed for both homes to industries. Selection of HVAC system is critical because improper selection may cause discomfort… Continue reading
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Generally Air Conditioners release hydro chlorofluorocarbons into the air, causing depletion of the ozone layer which protects the earth from UV radiations. A green air conditioner is the solution for this problem as it helps in the carbon foot print reduction which causes minimal pollution.
Going green directs to reduction in the consumption of fossil fuels and also reduction in the release of green house gases… Continue reading
Hospital Air Conditioning is more important because these days proper air conditioning has also become a factor in patient therapy and in some cases controlled environment provides more rapid physical improvement as the growth of many disease causing organisms is influenced by the surrounding temperature. Hence, proper air conditioning is found to play an important role in the prevention and treatment of diseases. Apart from controlled temperature, indoor… Continue reading
An air conditioner (AC) is a mechanism designed to dehumidify and extract heat from an area. The cooling by an air conditioner is done with the help of a simple refrigeration cycle. Schools use air Conditioning system to maintain low humidity levels. Schools, colleges and universities can save energy by an energy efficient approach through air conditioned campus. By installing a web-based, real-time, online energy monitoring technology, schools… Continue reading
Air conditioning is the process of removal of heat from indoor air by cooling. An air conditioner (AC) is a system or mechanism designed to dehumidify and extract heat from an area. The cooling is done with the help of a simple refrigeration cycle, but sometimes it is done using evaporation especially for cooling in buildings and motor vehicles. Most cars today use a new refrigerant called R-134A… Continue reading