Legacy air conditioning systems and CEOTECH Climate Control Engineering
Air conditioning systems contain critical components that may aid in virus transmission and must be updated, such as air handling units, filters, transmission channels, and fans. Filtration is the most common and typically the most effective method for HVAC systems which promise temperature control. Filters in HVAC systems are typically installed either at an air inlet or outlet or within the central air-handling unit of commercial structures. These filters in HVAC systems have tangled fibers that trap particles too large to fit through the openings. If the unit is not maintained properly, it can become contaminated and potentially harmful to your health.
Hot air rises, cold air sinks. You know that if you live in a multi-story home every time you climb between the upper and lower floors. Your kitchen is usually downstairs sending hot air upstairs. As a result, the upper story feels much warmer, while your basement may be very nice and cool. This makes a big difference whether you are heating or cooling your home, and even more to your airflow and air density Depending on the layout of your home, certain spaces may have better airflow than others. When you hit a warm spot in a cold room, you had come upon that space. Our VIRMA
monitors the ever-changing climate characteristics in each individual room, and controls airflow by opening and closing motorized vents
strategically placed throughout your home. That motorized vent with related sensors for dust particles and temperature changes
ensures a steady flow of air throughout your house, keeping all manner of climate dangers outside with you the master of the climate at home.
Air conditioner works just cools the air. That is, it is necessary to press the button, turn on the fan, and cold you feel the cold air. Temperature control is not provided, and you can only change the direction of the airflow, with its dangers. A step-up climate control sets the optimal temperature depending on the weather conditions, leaving uneven temperatures and problems with airflow and air density. That’s where we come in at CEOTECH