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Ventilation and Air Distribution

When it comes to energy efficiency, it is not only related to saving money on the bills, it is also about making use of less energy for protecting health, ensuring comfort, and securing the house from any kind of damage. When air travels around the house, it gets rid of pollutants such as, gases, odors, particles, and even moisture. However, it may also cause uncomfortable indoor temperature, drafty walls and humidity levels. Right kind of air distribution and ventilation plays a very important role in offering a comfortable, safe, and durable home.

How does the air move in the house?

Basics of ventilation:

In almost all houses indoor air is exchanged with the outdoor air. This is due to two main reasons. Firstly, every house has some leaks (or passages), no matter how small, that tend to join the outside and the inside. Such gaps may include larger ones around pipes, chimneys, vents and small cracks at the window joints. Another reason that causes the air to exchange is that the

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Automotive HVAC Market Growth, Applications and Price Trends

23 January 2019, The global market for automotive HVAC (Heating, Ventilating, and Air Conditioning) was estimated at USD 12 billion in 2015 and is anticipated to grow at a CAGR of over 8 % over the forecast period (from 2016 to 2024). The growing production of the passenger vehicles along with the rising income levels is projected to augment the global market growth over the next few years.

Automotive HVAC Market

Improved lifestyles and rising customer awareness about the energy-efficient products are projected to contribute towards the Automotive HVAC Market growth. Various technological improvements and innovations for cost-effective and efficient products are also driving the demands extensively. Negative impact on the economy of automobile fuel is likely to hinder the market growth; however, the effects of this restraint are said to decrease in the long term. The global HVAC market is categorized as applications, technologies, and regions.

The application sector involves Light Commercial Vehicles (LC

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Hardy Houseplants That Will Survive the Indoor Heating

During winter, a lot of houses become inhospitable for houseplants. Several spaces are drafty, others are over-heated, and some have less natural sunlight coming from the windows.

Here are some houseplants that are easy to care even during the winters.

ZZ plant:

This is one of the hardiest plants you will find, which makes it the perfect option. The thing that makes this plant especially notable is its extraordinary ability to survive in areas with less natural light. Though this plant can also survive in brighter areas, its capability of thriving in the dark is what makes it a great option for the winters.

Maidenhair fern:

Several varieties of fern do not require a lot of sun light as they are used to thriving in forests, completely shaded by trees. However, ferns do demand high humidity and have to be misted and watered frequently. Therefore, this plant is only for those who are hands on. While most houseplants like to dry out after being watered, ferns prefer staying moist. M

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Working of a Ductless Heat Pump

If you wish to enhance the comfort in your house, a ductless heat pump is one of the best solutions you will find. However, how do ductless pumps really work, and how are they the most efficient option for air conditioning and heating?

Working of mini splits:

Mini splits are also popularly known as ductless mini splits or wall-mounted units. Ductless heat pumps come with two parts: an outdoor condenser as well as an indoor evaporator coil.

Heat pumps –ductless and traditional – have the capability of providing heat during winter times and cool air during summers. They are very similar to air conditioners. The only difference is they have a reversing valve, enabling them to work backward by sucking out heat from outside and transferring it inside your house during chilly winter months.

One of the greatest differences between normal heat pumps and ductless ones is that the air is ushered inside through a built-in air handler, which helps to eliminate the requirement for ductwork.

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How Much Does Ductless Air Conditioning Cost?

Do you wish to add an air conditioning unit to your house without the pricy ductwork? Ductless air conditioners are a great option when compared to window AC units. They are less obtrusive, a lot more efficient, and permit you to open the windows during pleasant weather conditions. Ductless AC also offers heating during winters!

The money you may have to pay for buying and installing ductless air conditioning ranges from USD 3,000 to approximately USD 5,000 or even more. This price is greater than a normal window air conditioning unit, but a lot less than the central air conditioner, particularly if you have no ductwork. How much the entire system will cost you will depend on several factors such as,

Cooling needed

Do you wish to air condition and heat the whole house, or just a room? What kind of house do you reside in? Is it a ranch-style home or a comfortable condo? The greater the square footage, the greater and costlier the ductless system can get.

A ductless, one-room air c

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Air Conditioning Companies in Dubai, UAE|HVAC|Chiller AC|Central AC|daikinmea.com

Daikin is the global leader in developing and manufacturing Air Conditioning, Heating, Ventilation (HVAC) and Refrigerant solutions for Residential, Commercial and Industrial applications. Daikin is one of oldest manufacturer Air Conditioning Company in Dubai with experience in Air Conditioning and Climate solutions we know that a perfect climate requires more than just heating and cooling gives great performance and offers energy efficient, low energy costs and takes care of temperature for all buildings.

Bringing comfort and industrial solutions to homes and businesses while respecting the increased concern for the environment, demands the highest levels of innovation and quality. 

Our branch that is based in Dubai is responsible for promoting and supporting for all Air Conditioning products, covering entire UAE like Dubai, Sharjah, Abu Dhabi, Al Quoz, Jebel Ali and GCC, Middle East.

As a customer there are many options available online but if you are looking for best AC brands in

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August Home Checklist

August is a good time to get the house ready for the changing season by ticking off some of these things on your checklist.

 Temperature perfection

Check all of your safety devices.

Make sure you test carbon monoxide and smoke detectors and get all your batteries replaced as needed. Watch for the expiration date on the extinguisher and replace what is needed.

Remove all your window air conditioning units.

If you make use of window AC units, it is now time to either cover them with insulation or remove them. It is best to remove the units as this will help you to shut the windows, reducing loss of heat during the chilly weather. In case you choose to leave them during the coming months, make sure to buy insulating covers made for this purpose and attach them outside securely.

Use weather stripping.

The contemporary double-pane windows do not require weather-stripping; however, if you have old windows, then weather-stripping can assist in retaining heat and stopping drafts. Inspect areas that have w

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Do not load your HVAC

A compressor is extremely important to ensure the cooling and heating of your home. By pumping coolant into the system, it produces heat as a standard part of operation. However, in case it gets very hot, it will shut down.

 

 

Overloading of the compressor:

Overload of AC compressor is extremely common reason for malfunction, and normally happens on the coldest or hottest days, when the HVAC is working round the clock. It’s accountable for almost 50% of component failures. This is a very serious issue – and can also be very expensive if it develops into compressor failure. Pertaining to the system’s age, it may require complete replacement of the system.

Compressor Burn out - Causes:

The main cause of compressor burnout is bad installation, neglect, and maintenance, including…

  1. Dirty condenser coils.
  2. Dirty air filters.
  3. Undercharged or overcharged refrigeration system.
  4. Leaks in the refrigerant.
  5. Moisture within the refrigeration system.
  6. Added heat sources situated close t
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