At A/C Control we know that every building needs a working HVAC system to optimize inside environments, whether it’s a residential or commercial establishment. Smaller buildings and residences can typically achieve optimal temperature regulation through minimalist A/C units, however, once the building reaches a certain size it becomes much more cost-effective and beneficial to use a centralized HVAC system. Centralized systems make use of chillers- a vapor-compression or absorption refrigeration cycle system which are essentially massive air-conditioning units that operate slightly different than A/C systems due to their increased size.
Water-cooled chillers use cooling towers to supply resources, while air-cooled chillers recycle existing air by blowing and moving it across the condenser, similar to an A/C unit. This effectively disperses the stagnant, unwanted heat out of the building, and into the atmosphere.