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heating, ventilating, and air-conditioning system (HVAC system)

A mechanical system designed to satisfy the environmental conditions within an air-conditioned space, usually controlling the temperature, relative humidity, distribution and movement of air, and air cleanliness. Types of systems differ, but a basic system often includes an outside-air intake, chiller, preheater, dehumidifier, heating coil, humidifier, fans, duct-work, air outlets, and air terminals.
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In grocery, the HVAC system is a major expense in terms of energy costs and maintenance, along with lighting and refrigeration," says Bill Conrad, account manager for Minneapolis-based Xcel Energy, an energy provider that operates in Colorado, Michigan, Minnesota, New Mexico, North Dakota, South Dakota, Texas and Wisconsin.
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The most modern HVAC system designs now provide higher energy efficiency, reduced carbon emissions, enhanced comfort and reduced first cost and operating expenses.
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Simply installing our ED 2000 on a commercial HVAC system can reduce energy consumption and thus reduce carbon emissions.