Commercial air conditioning is a process in which air is cooled and circulated in order to maintain comfortable conditions in a commercial building. The cooled air can be circulated through the use of fans, ductwork, and/or air handlers. In most cases, commercial air conditioning systems are designed to provide cooling for a specific area or zone within a building.

There are several factors that need to be considered when choosing a commercial air conditioning system, such as the size of the space to be cooled, the number of people that will occupy the space, the type of activities that will take place in the space, and the climate. In some cases, it may be necessary to have more than one air conditioning system to provide cooling for different areas or zones within a building.

The most common type of commercial air conditioning system is the split system, which consists of an outdoor unit and an indoor unit. The outdoor unit contains the compressor, condenser, and evaporator. The indoor unit contains the air handler and evaporator coil.

In a split system, the compressor pumps refrigerant to the outdoor unit, where it is then cooled by the air and circulated back to the indoor unit. The air handler then blows air across the evaporator coil, which absorbs heat from the air and cools it. The cooled air is then circulated back into the room or space that is being cooled.

Another type of commercial air conditioning system is the packaged system, which is similar to a split system but contains all of the components in one unit. Packaged systems are typically used for smaller spaces or for applications where it is not possible to have an outdoor unit.

In a packaged system, the compressor, condenser, and evaporator are all located in the same unit. The air handler is located inside the unit, and the evaporator coil is located outside the unit. The air handler blows air across the evaporator coil, which absorbs heat from the air and cools it. The cooled air is then circulated back into the room or space that is being cooled.

A third type of commercial air conditioning system is the ductless system, which is similar to a split system but does not require ductwork. In a ductless system, the indoor and outdoor units are connected by refrigerant lines. The indoor unit contains the air handler and evaporator coil. The outdoor unit contains the compressor and condenser.

The refrigerant lines connect the indoor and outdoor units, and the air handler blows air across the evaporator coil. The evaporator coil absorbs heat from the air and cools it. The cooled air is then circulated back into the room or space that is being cooled.

There are several benefits to using commercial air conditioning, such as improved indoor air quality, increased comfort, and energy savings. In addition, commercial air conditioning can help to extend the life of a building by protecting the structure and contents from the damaging effects of extreme temperatures.