As you specify the equipment, you’ll want to configure it within your system design so that it is most energy efficient and most effective at keeping people comfortable.
Reducing Heat Loss & Air Resistance In HVAC Systems
Reducing lesses in an HVAC system’s air distribution system can help provide energy efficiency gains. The efficiency of any given air path is generally measured by its resistance to air flow. This is its static pressure loss or “head loss”. Heat losses are also important to avoid.
Once heat is generated or moved in or out of the building, it must be delivered to where it is needed. Most HVAC systems do this by heating or cooling forced air. Large buildings have complex systems with central air handlers connected by ducts or plenums, fans, and dampers to adjust the volume of air entering occupied spaces.