HVAC Technology Is Changing For The Better
HVAC technology is constantly changing, mostly for the better. Heating Ventilation and Air Conditioning units have come a long way since the invention of the electric furnace in 1861.
Next-Gen AI systems are currently being designed and manufactured. This era of HVAC history is seeing the fastest advancements seen in the industry in the past 161 years.
The new next Gen AI HVAC units are driving growing demand for home and business owners to install these new systems. The Global HVAC demand is forecasted to grow to $280 billion dollars per year by 2025.
New Technology Reduces Your Energy Bill
Innovation in HVAC technology has traditionally been around energy saving and long-lasting units that break down less. This has now turned also into comfort and sustainability.
Advancements in electrically powered HVAC systems such as heat pumps can dramatically reduce your energy bill due. Economizers such as ventilation lock-out systems have also seen dramatic savings in energy consumption.
In 2022 the HVAC industry started to integrate AI technology.
Traditionally HVAC technicians have had trouble setting a system to run at its most optimal rate. This is mainly due to two factors:
Frequent changes in weather conditions.
People who enter and exit the building.
The setting a technician attempts to optimize the unit for is based on the activities performed in the areas the HVAC system cools or heats. Eg commercial kitchens require more cooling than a normal household.
New smart systems that have been integrated with AI process real-time data and help produce the right temperature at the right time. This being achieved in real time is proving to dramatically reduce energy bills.
What Role Does AI Have In The HVAC Industry?
The AI is automated and predictive software that captures data from the device, temperature collectors, and electric meters. The data is collected in real-time and also includes weather predictions for the area to predict the thermal needs.
The AI prediction software then sends the message to the system to adjust due to the information captured. The HVAC system is automatically adjusted to run slightly differently allowing the HVAC system to run 24/7 at the most optimal rate without a technician having to manually adjust the system.
When your HVAC system is running at the most optimal rate you will see fewer breakdowns and lower energy bills.
AI is just starting to be integrated with new technology in the HVAC industry and it is exciting to see how far this new technology can improve the system’s life and how far it can drive down energy consumption.
For a free consultation to see if a new system is a good idea for your home or business call Horne HVAC in Charlotte today.