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Wide load swings and diversity within and between rooms
require the design of a flexible system for 24-hour comfort. Besides
opening windows, the only method of providing flexible temperature
control is having individual room components under individual
room control that can cool, heat, and ventilate independently of the
equipment in other rooms.
In some climates, summer humidity becomes objectionable
because of the low internal sensible loads that result when cooling
is on-off controlled. Modulated cooling and/or reheat may be
required to achieve comfort. Reheat should be avoided unless some
sort of heat recovery is involved.
Dehumidification can be achieved by lowering cooling coil temperatures
and reducing airflow. Another means of dehumidification
is desiccant dehumidifiers.
Some people have a noise threshold low enough that certain
types of equipment disturb their sleep. Higher noise levels may be
acceptable in areas where there is little need for air conditioning.
Medium and better quality equipment is available with noise criteria
(NC) 35 levels at 3 to 4 m in medium to soft rooms and little sound
change when the compressor cycles.
Perimeter fan coils are usually quieter than unitary systems, but
unitary systems provide more redundancy in case of failure
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