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HVAC in the Future

by GDY Airtech Enterprises Consultant
The Heating, Ventilation and Air conditioning System is one of the most important parts of a building. It gives the right temperature for absolute comfort to a working or living space.

As we move towards a more high-tech society, we might wonder --what’s next for the HVAC industry? 

Here’s what we can expect in the future.

More Environmentally Friendly Products


Everyone is now shifting towards more environmentally friendly products. Residential, commercial, industrial as well as automotive air conditioning systems and components that use ozone-depleting substances like R22 will be removed by 2020. 

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New products will be introduced in order to eliminate the need for fossil fuels. Options include solar and geothermal energy sources. These energy sources are much more sustainable compared to what we are using now and produces less pollution as well. 


Smart Technology 


The use of smart technology has been on the rise and will continue to do so for years to come. Even now, you can use Wi-Fi thermostats which help you manage your consumption by sending alerts as well as reminding you for when it’s time for HVAC service repairs or maintenance. 

Smart HVAC and refrigeration systems will no longer be seen as a luxury. It will become a necessity in order to keep up with the other technologies in the future. 


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Building Automation System or BAS


BAS is an energy management system that helps companies consume less energy because it effectively controls the air conditioning, heating and process systems. 
This is very useful especially to buildings that use different types of air conditioning and heating equipment. Each room has its own temperature needs, and BAS will keep it under control. 

Speaking of automation, many have seen that there will be fewer visitations from technicians because HVAC systems can be monitored through digital systems. 

There will be more advanced HVAC technologies that one cannot imagine as of now. But hopefully, we can shift towards a greener HVAC system as soon as possible before it’s too late. 


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