Conditioned air

Conditioned air

The air that serves a space and has had its temperature and/or humidity altered to meet design specifications.

conditioned air

Said of air within a building if it has been heated, cooled, humidified, and/or dehumidified.
References in periodicals archive ?
Jamanbayev said that production output in provision of electricity, steam, gas and conditioned air in January-April amounted to 14.9 billion som.
Tenders are invited for Addition/alteration of central ac plant at vigyan bhawan, new delhi sh: sitc of indoor conditioned air quality unit for plenary hall
The Windguard Series of industrial air curtains create an effective barrier to keep conditioned air inside a distribution center, reducing energy costs while allowing for free movement of trucks and people.
An earlier Public Interest Energy Research (PIER) Program report, sponsored by the California Energy Commission and several utilities, raised questions about the efficiency of a common practice in zone systems that routes excess conditioned air back into the return duct to control duct system static pressure.
AMSS, located near Cardiff, Wales, has been manufacturing products in the UK since 1978 and fields a broad complement of commercial and military ground support equipment, including aircraft repair docking systems, passenger stairs, loaders, lavatory service units, cargo transporters, conditioned air units and fuel tank repair trollies.
Heating, ventilation, and air conditioning equipment, more commonly known as HVAC equipment, provides conditioned air inside a building, creating a comfortable and favorable environment.
Almost 90% of production output is generated by production of base metals and finished metal products (44.2%), production of food, beverages and tobacco (15%), production of textile, garment, footwear, leather (5.6%), production of rubber and plastic products (10.1%), supplies of electricity, gas, steam, conditioned air (13.4%).
Fumes are pulled via a flexible hose connected to the cabinet and clean, filtered air is returned to the laboratory, eliminating the need for external ducting and minimizing loss of treated, conditioned air from the facility.
"The new 21st floor occupant will reap the benefits of the superior design and infrastructure of a thoughtful owner occupant, from shades and lighting that automatically adjust for time of day, day of year and daylight, to specially conditioned air to enhance the everyday work environment.
The total supplies of electric power, gas, steam and conditioned air dropped by 3% to 137,575 bln AMD.
Increasingly used in office buildings, underfloor air distribution (UFAD) systems provide ventilation and space conditioning using a plenum beneath a raised floor to provide conditioned air through floor diffusers directly to the occupied zone.
The beds are a bit too small and there's no conditioned air."

Full browser ?