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Air conditioning systems are devices used to maintain the temperature and humidity of the air within a specific range. While there are various methods, the underlying principle remains the same: combining elements that can heat, cool, humidify, and dehumidify the air. These elements are controlled by an automatic control device to ensure the desired conditions are maintained.

These systems find wide application in industries such as semiconductor manufacturing, computer rooms, preservation rooms, laboratories, storage facilities, museums, and art galleries.

System Diagram
  1. Pay careful attention to the distribution of indoor airflow.
  2. They are suitable for small-scale systems, as larger systems with high airflow can lead to worsened working environments and difficulties achieving uniform air conditioning. Installations are typically done in areas without Access Floors, depending on the working environment.
  3. Air conditioning equipment costs are slightly lower compared to underfloor supply (downflow) systems.
System Diagram
  1. Install Free Access Floors on top of existing room floors, utilizing air conditioning grilles between them to supply cool air from below.
  2. Direct supply of air from the CTCH unit to the machinery ensures efficient cooling and optimal airflow distribution.
  3. Improved aesthetics within the room, as no air ducts are installed inside.
  4. The entire underfloor space is dedicated to air ducts, facilitating future expansion or relocation.
  5. Facilitated computer wiring installations.