Retrofitting Your HVAC System
HVAC systems need to be replaced after being used for a certain period. This depends on the maintenance. Replacinthe HVAC system takes up a lot of resources and time because of the complexity of the operation. It is important to make sure that everything is done perfectly to prevent unnecessary disruptions. The installation of the HVAC retrofit should be in such a way that it is able to work efficiently. This will improve productivity and will result in fluid operations.
Installing New Systems
The most common way of replacing an old system is replacing it with a new one of the same type. People usually gets another part of the same make and size if one of the parts needs to be replaced. This is getting harder today because the old models might not be available. The HVAC system is set up according to the structure of the particular building when it is installed.
Most systems have a lifetime of around 20 years. The needs of the building could have evolved. This means that this type of replacement will not work because you need to consider the changes. The state of the building should determine the retrofit when conducting an overhaul.
HVAC systems continue to get better as technology improves. These new components are more efficient and more effective than the older ones. Some of the new features include alternative-fuel chillers, variable frequency drives, and building automation systems. It is advisable to look at newer technologies when doing a retrofit because it could mean cheaper energy costs and more efficiency. Chillers consume a lot of electricity in many buildings.
There are two things to consider when looking for a chiller. These include the full-load efficiency rating and the part-load performance. The full-load efficiency rating is quoted the most, but it is not very important because chillers operate at full load for a minimal amount of time. They work under part-load conditions. You should consider the part-load efficiency because it will have a big effect on the energy usage. Chillers that have higher part-load efficiencies are more expensive, but they usually pay off in the long run. High maintenance costs are a sign that the HVAC system is getting old and might need a replacement.
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