HVAC (Heating, Ventilation, and Air Conditioning) systems are used in many applications to provide comfort and safety to people and equipment. HVAC systems are designed to maintain indoor air quality and temperature, provide ventilation, and control humidity.
They are primarily used in residential, commercial, and industrial buildings, as well as in marine applications. Residential buildings are the most common application for HVAC systems. These systems are designed to provide a comfortable living environment for people and pets, as well as maintain a healthy indoor air quality.
They do this by controlling the temperature, humidity, and air quality of a home. HVAC systems are also used to provide ventilation and air filtration, as well as to reduce the risk of fire and airborne contamination. Commercial and industrial buildings also use HVAC systems to ensure a comfortable working environment.
These systems are designed to control the temperature and humidity of the space, as well as provide air circulation and filtration. They are also used to maintain a safe and healthy air quality in the building. In addition to buildings, HVAC systems are also used in marine applications. These systems are designed to maintain the temperature, humidity, and air quality of ships, submarines, and other marine vessels.