If you’re looking to refresh the atmosphere where you are, it is a good idea to resort to air conditioning. It is important to choose the right equipment for you since each one has different characteristics. Below, you will find many types of AC and their description.
Wall Split, Sky Floor Split, Split Cassette, Split Ducts, Window, Portable, Compact… There are a lot of them. The word “Split” means that the equipment is divided, therefore it has two units: one inside and one outside. It is also important to know that there are different capacities, which, in 90% of cases, are directly proportional to the heated volume. The variety of equipment allows us, depending on the architecture of the place and the client needs, to deliver a solution.
Currently, there are many air conditioning systems that meet HVAC standards, we can classify them into 3 categories: domestic, commercial and industrial.
They are equipment that airs up to 60 square meters, therefore, its use is concentrated in houses, offices, shops, etc.
These A/C work from 60 to 120 square meters, you can usually find them in commercial stores, large offices, etc.
They are machines for large spaces over 120 square meters. We can find them in shopping centers, supermarkets, buildings, etc.
This belongs to the domestic family. The capacities are from 9000 to 24,000 BTU. The main advantage is that it is an all-in-one equipment, and its installation is fast. In time, its marketing has decreased because they are a bit noisier than other equipment. The most frequent installation of this AC is in mining works, offices in containers, guards booths, etc.
Domestic line too. The capacities are from 7000 to 12,000 BTU, and it is used in homes, offices, etc. Their main advantage is that it is mobile. Their main disadvantage is that they are not very efficient in comparison to other equipment.
It is undoubtedly the best selling equipment. It is from the domestic family. Its capacity goes from 9000 to 32,000 BTU. The main advantage is that it is efficient but with a very low noise level.
It belongs to both domestic and commercial groups, from 12,000 to 24,000 BTU (domestic) and 32,000 to 60,000 BTU (commercial). As the name implies, it can be hung in the sky like a kitchen hood, or on the floor like a stove.
It belongs to both domestic and commercial groups, from 12,000 to 24,000 BTU (domestic) and 32,000 to 60,000 BTU (commercial). This is hung in the sky. It looks like a set of lights that practically goes unnoticed anywhere that is installed.
It belongs to both domestic and commercial groups, from 12,000 to 24,000 BTU (domestic) and 32,000 to 60,000 BTU (commercial). This is hung in the sky, in the ceiling, and the air is distributed through ducts and diffuser grids.
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