Domestic and Commercial Air Conditioning Systems

By: The Construction Centre  05/12/2011
Keywords: air conditioning

Air Conditioning Systems

Air Conditioning systems are installed usually due to a requirement to create comfortable living or working conditions. The Air Conditioning industry has never been large in the UK in comparison with warmer countries elsewhere in the world. The onset of global warming however seems likely to completely transform the market for air conditioning in the UK.

In recent years the air conditioning industry has made huge advances in the technology it employs and the industry would argue that their products are now highly efficient in their use of energy.

Domestic Air Conditioning

The internal wall mounted unit is alternatively referred to as a wall inverter unit or high-wall inverter. The advent of inverter technology has transformed the efficiency of air conditioning. Its general application is in digitally controlling the capacity and fan speed of the system to match it precisely to the temperature to be maintained or achieved.

As summer temperatures continue to increase during the next decade it seems likely that many households will seek to install some form of air conditioning. There is good logic in equipping perhaps a main living room or master bedroom in the first instance.

As a guideline the cost indication would be that a single wall inverter unit and compressor can be supplied and fitted at under £2000 +vat.

Commercial Air Conditioning.

The information in this article was current at 02 Dec 2011

Keywords: air conditioning

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