Why choose an HVAC zoning system?

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Humans are constantly searching for ways to make their lives easier. These days, recent developments in technology have made this increasingly straightforward. Thanks to the Internet of Things (IoT), homes are filled with countless solutions that make us more comfortable.

The most important factor for our comfort, however, is temperature control. Therefore, investing in a zoned system – the latest in HVAC technology – makes a lot of sense.

Ducted air conditioning systems, such as those offered by us at Airzone, are at the forefront as they eliminate several important problems faced by users of conventional A/C systems.

What are the benefits of installing an Airzone Control Solution?

Superior comfort

An Airzone Control system provides a superior level of comfort compared with traditional systems as buildings are divided into zones which can be individually controlled.

This means that airflow can be turned on or off or zones can be heated up or cooled down, according to the user’s needs – all without affecting the comfort of people in other zones.

Thanks to the Airzone Control app, concurrent control of zones can be achieved without even moving from the sofa. Everyone is happy.

Greater efficiency

Being able to direct airflow only to the areas that need it is an obvious way of increasing energy efficiency. However, Airzone systems have the extra benefit of regulating airflow quickly and quietly, so rooms are heated or cooled down in a matter of minutes.

As well as an impressive eu.bac certified control accuracy of 0.3 K for both cooling and heating, our systems’ efficiency levels are backed up by other major certifications at national and international level in the field of air conditioning and energy efficiency.

What’s more, the addition of an Airzone system is guaranteed to improve energy ratings for projects.

Ease of installation

Installation of an Airzone Control system is very straightforward. Deciding how to map out each zone is made easy thanks to our Ductzone software which makes ductwork designs simpler for constructors, indicating all of the components necessary for the installation.

Installation itself can be completed in as little as a day, depending on the size of the project. Thanks to our Communication Gateways, Airzone systems can integrate seamlessly with all types of A/C units from most major manufacturers.

In addition, very few adjustments to the building are needed and each system is made up of just three elements: a thermostat per zone or room, air supply units and a main control board.

A big return on investment

The return on your investment with Airzone is fantastic. Firstly, as our systems are rarely working at 100% capacity, they require a lower capacity A/C unit. This means a lower cost at the time of installation, as well as energy savings.

Secondly, the fact that there are fewer indoor units means that the list of necessary components will be much shorter.

However, the biggest return comes from energy savings. Airzone’s highly-adaptive plenum only sends cool or warm air to the areas that require it, as commanded by the user; this can create an energy saving of up to 53% compared to non-zoned systems.[1]

Intuitive design

An Airzone ducted air conditioning system is designed with the user in mind.

Not only is it the perfect choice for all modern interiors (it does not require wall units and the state-of-the-art interfaces fit in seamlessly into any design scheme), the 6th generation of Airzone thermostats has highly-intuitive iconography which makes control easy and fun for the user.

This simplicity is also transferred to the Airzone Cloud app where control of all zones in the building is brought together in one user-friendly platform to navigate.

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Having considered just this brief summary of the benefits, it is easy to see why a zoning system from Airzone is a highly attractive solution for your HVAC needs.

Needless to say, this is just the start. Download our FREE eBook here and find out in detail just why HVAC zoning really is the future of air conditioning.

[1] http://www.airzone.es/en/savings/