Types of AC in Villa

Children aged 1- 3 years may breathe 20 - 30 times per minute, whereas older children and adults can breathe 12 - 20 times per minute, so children are exposed to more risk than adults. As breathing is continuous process, we need to ensure our children are living in a space with good indoor air quality.

Split AC for Villa

Split AC​, as indicated in name there shall be 2 parts Indoor Unit (Supply Fan, Evaporator) & outdoor unit (Compressor, Condenser & Condenser Fan)

Application

Comfort temperature of human being is 24  +/-  2 Degree centigrade.

Advantages

​Budget friendly, Suitable for small rooms.

Disadvantages 

Uneven air distribution, more power consumption, occupy space below false ceiling, cannot be hidden in false ceiling.

Power Consumption

Ducted Split AC for Villa

Ducted Split AC​, as indicated in name there shall be 2 parts Ducted Indoor Unit (Supply Fan, Evaporator) & Outdoor unit (Compressor, Condenser & Condenser Fan)

Application

Comfort temperature of human being is 24  +/-  2 Degree centigrade.

Advantages

Hidden inside false ceiling, even distribution of air via ducting.

Disadvantages 

Uneven air distribution, more power consumption, occupy space below false ceiling, cannot be hidden in false ceiling.

Power Consumption

Package AC for Villa

Package AC​, as indicated in name complete unit shall be packed as one unit including supply fan, evaporator, compressor, condenser & condenser Fan.

Application

Comfort temperature of human being is 24  +/-  2 Degree centigrade.

Advantages

Hidden inside false ceiling, even distribution of air via ducting.

Disadvantages 

Uneven air distribution, more power consumption, occupy space below false ceiling, cannot be hidden in false ceiling.

Power Consumption

VRF System for Villa

Package AC

Comfort temperature of human being is 24  +/-  2 Degree centigrade.

Application

Comfort temperature of human being is 24  +/-  2 Degree centigrade.

Advantages

Comfort temperature of human being is 24  +/-  2 Degree centigrade.

Power Consumption

AC Unit Cost

Formaldehyde is a colorless, flammable, strong-smelling chemical that is used in building materials and to produce many household products.

The general public may be exposed to formaldehyde by breathing contaminated air from sources such as pressed-wood products, tobacco smoke, and automobile tailpipe emissions. Another potential source of exposure to formaldehyde is the use of unvented fuel-burning appliances, such as gas stoves, wood-burning stoves, and kerosene heaters.

The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency recommends the use of “exterior-grade” pressed-wood products to limit formaldehyde exposure in the home. Formaldehyde levels in homes and work settings can also be reduced by ensuring adequate ventilation, moderate temperatures, and reduced humidity levels through the use of air conditioners and dehumidifiers.