What is a HVAC System?
A HVAC system, standing for heating, ventilation and air-conditioning, works to ensure than an indoor environment is safe and comfortable for humans. The main aim of the HVAC system is to provide internal comfort levels in a variety of settings, via the control of temperature and air quality.
Some components in a HVAC system are used for heating up properties, enhancing the temperature inside to aid comfortable living & working conditions during the colder stages of the year.
The HVAC’s ventilation components ensure to maintain a constant stream of fresh air circulation within the building, dispensing of the old air via a ventilation exhaust unit.
Improving the amount of oxygen, as well as air-quality, the built-in filtration system guarantees no fumes, moisture or harmful particles will enter circulation, meaning you’ll be breathing in clean air all day.
The air conditioning module controls the humidity and temperature within the building, to make it more bearable for occupants.
What are the benefits?
An Optimised HVAC system (Heating, Ventilation and Air-Conditioning) helps ensure that an indoor environment is both safe and comfortable for its occupants. The main purpose is to deliver air quality to occupant comfort levels as efficiently as possible.