HOT AIR CON INGENIA ISSUE 58 MARCH 2014 – pg 25-31

pg 31 – Relative densities dictate that the cool air remains below the hot air which limits the volume of the building that needs conditioning, so reducing plant capacity and energy use. It also allows the conditioning air to be delivered at around 18°C (rather than at 12°C
which would be the norm for a conventional conditioning system) and this elevated supply temperature results in significant energy savings.

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