How Does Air Conditioning Work?
You know your air conditioning system keeps your home cool in the hot summer months, but have you ever wondered how it works? One interesting fact you might not know is that your air conditioner and your refrigerator work primarily the same way. The difference is your refrigerator cools a small, insulated space, and an air conditioner keeps your home, office, or commercial space at a comfortable temperature.
Chances are, the last thing you think about is your air conditioner. You just expect to be cool and comfortable. Rheem® has it covered with the finest air conditioners in the business—top-quality, innovative cooling solutions with the latest technology and dependable performance—all backed by great warranties and excellent service and support. Read more
Concealed Ducted Air Conditioning
Temperzone Concealed Ducted units or ‘Split’ systems consist of an outdoor unit and an indoor unit installed in the ceiling space. Air is distributed from the indoor unit by duct to one or more air vents. With convenient thermostat control, heating, cooling or auto settings are available at your fingertips.
Chillers generate chilled water which is used to provide air conditioning in buildings. All building generate a lot of unwanted heat, whether is be solar heat gain from the sun beating down on it or from the occupants inside and the equipment they use. This heat needs to be removed to keep the people inside at a comfortable temperature but also to make sure electrical and mechanical equipment is kept within certain thermal limits otherwise these will break.