CENTRAL AIR CONDITIONER DEFINITIONS
Focal AIR CONDITIONING DEFINITIONS
Heating Capacity: A proportion of the capacity of a unit to add heat to an encased space.
HSPF: Heating Seasonal Performance Factor implies the absolute heating yield of a heat siphon in British Thermal Units during its ordinary utilization period for heating isolated by the all-out electrical energy input in watt-hours during a similar period.
Diviner: Seasonal Energy Efficiency Ratio implies the all-out cooling yield of a focal climate control system in warm British units during its ordinary utilization period for cooling separated by the absolute electrical energy input in watt-hours during a similar not settled utilizing the ARI-indicated test technique. This rating is just for units with a cooling limit under 65,000 BTU/hr. The higher the SEER, the more proficient the unit. The more experienced the team, the lower the operating expense.
Single Package: A focal forced air system that joins both condenser and air taking care of capacities in a solitary bundled unit.
Split System: A focal forced air system comprising of at least two significant parts. For the most part, the framework includes a blower-containing unit and condenser introduced outside the structure and a non-blower – containing air-taking care unit introduced inside the system. This is the most well-known sort of framework introduced in a home.
Ton: The unit of estimation for cooling framework limit. One ton of cooling eliminates 12,000 BTUs of heat energy each hour from home. Focal climate control systems are measured in tons. Private units, as a rule, range from 1 to 5 tons.
Water-Source: Water is being utilized as the heat source or heat sink for a heat siphon. Wellsprings of underground water are wells, and wellsprings of surface water are lakes, huge lakes, and streams.
All year: Air Conditioner which uses gas or oil for heating.