When installing air conditioning in a office it is worth buying a quality air conditioning unit. Cheaper units lack control features that commercial air conditioning systems have as standard. For example a 24Hr/7day timer so when your office is not occupied, the air conditioning is not running costing you money. Quality systems have superior mode settings for heat / cool / fan / dehumidify / auto. Cheap systems lack automatic feature which lets you set the temperature and the unit will change between heat and cool automatically which is important in office air conditioning systems. Most commercial office air conditioning systems have 3 years warranty and because they have a higher coefficient they usually have a ECA listing (air conditioning heat pumps only). Inverter units are recommended for daily usage.
The latest air conditioning system's are some of the most efficient ways to heat or cool an area. It is worth taking into account the C.O.P of a unit. The higher it is the more efficient it is. If a unit has a C.O.P of 3.8, then this mean that it will achieve 3.8kW output from a input of only 1kW. This reduces electricity usage and usually qualify for the ECA tax allowance.
The commercially orientated Lossnay fresh air system can be utilised virtually anywhere to extract stale air and then recover the heating or cooling energy to either warm or cool incoming fresh air. New "Hyper Lossnay Core". At only 25um (approx 1/5 the thickness of LGH-RX3) the Lossnay core uses the thinnest paper in the world to achieve high enthalpy exchange efficiency.
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