Commercial Air Conditioning
Chilled water HVAC systems are designed to cool and dehumidify the air in commercial buildings. They operate by circulating chilled water through a network of pipes to various air handling units (AHUs), which then distribute the cool air throughout the building. This centralized approach offers several advantages.
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Chilled water HVAC systems are commonly used in commercial, specialized, and industrial environments and are mostly used in medium to large buildings. This system works similarly to direct expansion HVAC systems, the only difference being that they use water as a means to cool air instead of refrigerant.
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