History of Hvac

The Heating, Ventilating, and Air Conditioning System


Westinghouse                                     [pic]

Ultra Efficient Comfort System         A/C,Ductless Split System,BtuH 9700,115v
with IQ Drive

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ASX18 Air Conditioner       Super Efficiency with the Trane XL15i

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|HVAC, or “Heating, Ventilating and Air Conditioning” is most often pronounced either “H-V-A-C” or sometimes “H-vack”. “Climate Control” is |
|another term used to describe HVAC and is a vital component in the inner-workings of larger commercial buildings, such as office buildings |
|or industrial sites. This could include skyscrapers as well as aquatic buildings such as aquariums or nautical zoos, in which places the   |
|temperature and humidity inside needs to be closely monitored and at the same time, to maintain and healthy and safe environment. Heating, |
|ventilating and air conditioning (HVAC) is rooted in the standards of heat transfer, thermodynamics and fluid mechanics.                   |
|Many important and critical discoveries and inventions were made by people such as Michael Faraday, Reuben Trane, William Rankine, Willis   |
|Carrier, James Joule and Sadi Carnot amongst others. These inventions and discoveries of the elements that make up HVAC methods were       |
|intricately linked to the revolution of industrial advancements, especially in the last century. HVAC systems are constantly evolving as   |
|new methods are discovered, creating higher levels of efficiency.                                                                           |
|As suggested by its name, there are three main tasks to be accomplished by the HVAC – heating, ventilation and air conditioning. The three |
|are interconnected and are all seeking to supply comfort of temperature and quality of...