Heating Ventilation and Air Conditioning (HVAC)

    HVAC stands for Heating, Ventilation, and Air Conditioning. It is a technology used in buildings to provide a comfortable indoor environment by regulating the temperature, humidity, air quality, and airflow. HVAC systems are commonly used in residential, commercial, and industrial buildings to ensure thermal comfort and acceptable indoor air quality. Here's an overview of the key components and functions of HVAC systems:

  • Heating:
    Components: Furnaces, boilers, heat pumps, electric heaters.
    Function: Provides warmth to the indoor environment during colder periods.
  • Ventilation:
    Components: Fans, air ducts, air filters.
    Function: Circulates and exchanges air to maintain indoor air quality by removing
  • Air Conditioning (Cooling):
    Components: Air conditioners, chillers, heat pumps.
    Function: Removes heat from the indoor environment during warmer periods, maintaining a comfortable temperature.
  • Air Handling Unit (AHU):
    Components: Blower, filter, heating and/or cooling elements, dampers.
    Function: Conditions and circulates air within a building.