Until I purchased a historical home, I’d never heard of high-velocity heating and cooling.
I’ve l received that this category of temperature control uses a process called aspiration to particularly hastily raise or lower room temperature.
A high-speed stream of air enters the space and creates enough of a gentle suction to draw the room’s air into the stream. This process eliminates drafts and creates particularly even temperature from floor to ceiling and from 1 room to another. At any given time, the temperature in every corner of the current home is no more than numerous degrees higher or lower than the control unit setting. The system doesn’t need to run as long as a conventional heating/cooling system and uses quite a bit less energyâ€¦ Plus, a high-velocity system is designed to use mini ducts that are wrapped and insulted to minimize air losses. There’s approximately 1-second less surface section than conventional air duct. While traditional ducts can allow energy losses of up to 30%, the high-velocity alternative limits loss to under numerous percent; Because the ducts are only about multiple-inches in diameter, they don’t take up much space and can be routed through existing walls for upgrade without remodeling. The air handler is also exceptionally compact, can be configured horizontally or vertically and located right into the attic, closet or even a crawlspace. It features lovelyly effective cooling coils that detach up to 30% more humidity than conventional A/Cs; Less moisture in the air means I can set the control unit higher without sacrificing comfort, for every degree I raise the control unit in the summer, I reduce energy consumption by numerous percent.