New Technologies for HVAC Systems

Graves Heating and Air New Technology for Air Conditioning

Industrial air conditioner controls displaying new technologies for HVAC systems. 

New Technologies for HVAC Systems

Commercial HVAC systems are expensive to run. Critical to keeping the occupants of a building comfortable, they have become unavoidable. The older heating and air conditioning units use a considerable amount of energy to operate. In fact, they account for more than half of the entire energy consumption of a commercial building. The good news is there are a number of energy saving technologies on the market today to help cut the costs associated with the use of commercial HVAC systems.

New Technologies

  • Demand Control Ventilation – this technology combines carbon dioxide sensors with economizers in order to sustain air levels within a suitable range while preventing over ventilation.
  • Dedicated Outdoor Air Systems – conditions outdoor makeup air, or the outdoor air that hasn’t been recirculated, independently from indoor return air improving humidity control.
  • Displacement Ventilation – improves indoor air quality by using a low speed stream of cold, fresh outdoor air that is supplied at the floor level of the building. This action displaces the stale air that accumulates at ceiling height which is vented from the building. The continued circulation keeps the air clean.
  • Micro Environments – creates a virtual zone for occupant environmental control. Using an online interface, each occupant within the building is able to control the temperatures within their own areas increasing staff comfort and productivity.
  • Variable Flow Volume Systems – a ductless system that is flexible in capacity and design. They use multiple compressors and provide partial-load performance as well as zoned temperature control.

These new technologies can provide a significant reduction in energy used, which will result in cost savings. They are not appropriate for all situations. The best things to do is talk to a knowledgeable contractor to find out if any of these solutions would be right for you.

If you need a commercial HVAC service provider in the Southern California area, please call Graves Heating and Air Conditioning Services, Inc. at 562-944-2118 to set up an appointment.

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