The refrigerant is compressed, which increases its temperature and pressure. The condenser blows hot outside air over the refrigerant vapor to liquefy it. The refrigerant is then changed into a low-pressure liquid by the expansion valve, thus cooling it down. The evaporator transfers heat to change the cool liquid to a warmer gas.
The basic concepts are the same, no matter what size the building is, although the use of cooling towers and "free cooling" can make things a bit more complicated. In an electrical system, the heating cycle is similar to the cooling cycle.
A number of interconnected systems that provide cooling and heating to individual floors and numerous areas can provide benefits to commercial structures.
Some solutions you might see in a large-scale commercial HVAC system include:
Heat Pumps: Extracts heat from air or water for heating- It is the opposite of a refrigerator. In a water source heat pump, water is carried by a pump through the structure to supply the heat pump.
Roof Top Units: These units are found on the roof or ground and conditioned air is ducted into the space. They are very common in commercial HVAC.
Most AC's have a lifespan of about 10~15 years. As the years progress, you may notice more and more problems popping up.
Stop throwing away money each time your unit breaks down. Invest into a new unit that will keep you and your family comfortable in your home for years to come.
As the years go by, your system may start becoming less efficient and will use more and more energy. An energy upgrade can cut your bills significantly.
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