Energy-efficiency Trend a Boon for Ductless HVAC System Market

Published On : 10 Aug 2018

Most of the metropolitan areas across the world, if not all, now have a hot or cold environment that are not adequately comfortable for living or working. Moreover, skyscrapers are being built that require proper ventilation. For all these requirements, heating, ventilation, and air conditioning (HVAC) systems are essential and the market for the same has been flourishing since quite a few decades. One of the key segments of a larger HVAC system market is ductless HVAC systems, which offer a number of advantages and now are getting installed high on walls at residential buildings, offices, and restaurants. 

According to a business publication from QYResearchReports, the ductless HVAC system market is poised for a fruitful future over the course of the forecast period of 2018 to 2025. Here are some of the key advantages that are making these systems fairly ubiquitous:

• Flexibility: For ages, conventional heating pumps and air conditioning systems have been forcing heated and cooled air via ducts, whereas ductless systems offer the flexibility to delivery desired temperatures of air directly at designated zones. Comprising one more indoor units that merely require mounting on the wall, the systems leverage a small outdoor unit that processes the air before delivering it. Often also termed as split systems, these ductless HVAC systems are highly flexible in installation within new constructions as well as old buildings.

• Cost Efficient: One of the primary driver of the prospering ductless HVAC systems market is the cost efficiency they offer. Owing to their capability to function at lower power, not only home and building owners are opting for it but governments across the world are also promoting it to manage their energy demand and supply. 

• Improved Air Quality: Invariably, the quality of indoor air is not as high as that outdoor, but ductless heating, ventilation, and air conditioning systems are enable quick and easy cleaning on a regular basis as well as support multi-stage filtration that can substantially curtail the quantity of bacteria, dust, allergens, pollen, and other particles in the atmosphere.

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• Easy Installations: Conventional HVAC systems were bulky and significantly disrupted daily life while on the other hand, multi-split system leverage small pipes that can be installed with only three inch holes, which makes them fairly easy to install in both old and new constructions

• Environment-friendly:  Governments across the world have introduced ENERGY STAR guidelines and manufacturers of HVAC systems are promoting their products in terms of their capability of greater energy efficiencies. Advancements in chemistry has also led to the advent of novel refrigerants such as R410A, which is gaining adoption for having no ozone depletion potential.

Mitsubishi (Japan), MAHLE (Germany), Eberspaecher (Germany), Calsonic Kansei (Japan), Hanon Systems (Korea), Sanden (Japan), Keihin (Japan), Subros (India), and Valeo (France) are some of the notable companies operating in the global ductless HVAC systems market. 

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