If you own a business, you want to make sure your facility has the best heating and cooling system for the best price. Commercial split system heat pumps might be the best option, and here’s why.
Breaking Down a Heat Pump
A heat pump, in the simplest explanation, is a pump that moves heat from one area to another. It pulls heat from a room and moves it to a warmer area, generally outside, in order to cool a room, and it pulls warm air in from outside to heat a room.
In heating and cooling systems terms, it is a vapor-compression refrigeration device that regulates heat flow. It can be reversed in warmer climates to provide cool air.
What you need to know about heat pumps in your commercial heating and cooling systems options is that they work in a split system, which might be the right heating and cooling system choice for your business.
What is a Split System?
A split system is a heating and cooling system that is split between two units, one inside mounted on a wall, and one outside. A split system allows you to heat or cool a large indoor space efficiently without the expense of installing a ductwork system for central HVAC. The benefit to a split system for your commercial heating and cooling system is that each space can have its own wall unit to customize the temperature for that area.
When you’re looking at heating and cooling systems for your business it might be worth your while to consider a commercial split system. Get more information from McCall’s Supply on how it can work for you.