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Published on July 21st, 2020 | by Sumit Bhowal

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Different Types Of Commercial Air Conditioning System

You can find commercial air conditioning system in small shops, cafes, large office buildings and other commercial premises. It is natural that they do not install same standard air conditioners in their commercial premises and they need to choose the best commercial air conditioning systems according to their room size. Commercial air conditioners come with diverse applications and you need to choose the best one according to your requirements.

Here you can find the information about different types of commercial air conditioners available in the market:

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Split System Air Conditioning

Split air conditioners are affordable systems, which are suitable for small commercial buildings. They can keep your individual rooms cool, and they are ideal for small offices, cafes and server rooms. You can also choose split commercial air conditioning system with large cooling capacity for your entire office. But, you need to install two separate units-indoor and outdoor units in your office.

If one unit breaks down, the others remain fully functional and you need not to replace both the units of a split air conditioner. It will save your maintenance cost. Apart from that, split commercial air conditioning systems can save your power consumption cost and they are extremely popular for small businesses. You can find different kinds of split air conditioners such as multi-split ACs and single split ACs. Multi split air conditioners have the same function like single split ones, but you can connect the outdoor unit of a multi-split AC with the nine indoor units. So you can cover entire office with a single outdoor unit and you do not need to give extra space for multiple outdoor units.

But, multi-split air conditioners come with complex layout. You need to install several pipes to connect your indoor units with a single outdoor unit. If you want it for a small office or café then you can choose a single split one.

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VRF or VRV System

VRF means variable refrigerant volume and this technology was introduced by Daikin. Other companies dealing with this technology can sell their products with VRV or VRVVRF technology, but they cannot use the VRF term for selling their air conditioners. This term is registered by Daikin only.

However, VRF commercial air conditioning systems are best for medium to large commercial premises such as hotels, retail spaces and large buildings. They are available in two variations such as heat pump and hear recovery technology. VRF commercial air conditioning systems designed with heat-pump technology are suitable for open areas and they can be used as cooling or heating units. They are reverse cycle air conditioning system which can keep your rooms cool during summer and provide warmness during winter. So you do not need to install any additional heating system in your office.

On the other hand, commercial air conditioning systems designed with heat recovery technology can provide simultaneous heating and cooling to different areas at the same time. If you have lots of cabins in your office then you can use this air conditioning system. This is the most efficient commercial air conditioning system that can recover waste heat from outside and transform the heat into cool air.

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Before you install a commercial air conditioner in your office, warehouse or large commercial building, you need to evaluate the cooing needs of the building or rooms. In this case, you can hire a professional air conditioning installation service to conduct a survey. They can suggest you the best commercial air conditioning systems according to your needs and budget. Make sure, you must check their license, experience level and insurance before you hire.

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Sumit Bhowal

An Internet addict and a MASTAN , Also a lazy Freelancer . I don't try to reinvent the wheel I just like to soak things in Steroid's :p Thanks (y)



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