Air-condition systems

Air-condition systems

Air conditioning is called the regulation of temperature, humidity, movement and air purity of a room, which is called air conditioning.
The basic functions performed in an air conditioning system are:
  • Heating: is the process of adding thermal energy (heat) to the air of the air-conditioned room in order to raise the temperature or maintain the temperature at certain limits (see thermostat).
  • Cooling: is the process of removing thermal energy (heat) from the air of the air-conditioned room in order to drop the temperature or maintain the temperature at certain limits (see thermostat).
  • Humidification: is the process of adding water (humidity) to the air of the air-conditioned space in order to increase the relative humidity or maintain it at certain limits.
  • Dehumidification: is the process of removing water (humidity) from the air of the air-conditioned space in order to drop the relative humidity or maintain it at certain limits.
  • Air renewal: is the process of taking outside air and discharging air from the premises of the building, in order to dilute the gaseous air impurities and ensure the necessary quality of indoor air.
  • Air purification: is the process of removing particulate and biological air impurities in order to improve and maintain indoor air quality.
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