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What Is a PTAC Unit and What Benefits Do They Offer?

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To understand what a PTAC unit is, one must first understand the term PTAC. PTAC is used in the HVAC industry to describe Packaged Terminal Air Conditioners. It is referred to as “packaged” because the unit is self-contained with the evaporator and condenser within one box. PTAC units are commercial grade systems that go through the wall and are installed just above the floor inside the room. There are many different sizes of PTAC units to fit most spaces and to allow proper retrofitting.

Most PTAC units are designed to efficiently provide heating and cooling for a single room or living space. PTAC units are very efficient and relatively compact making them a perfect choice for many different applications, both commercial and residential. Some of the more common applications for PTAC units include use in apartment buildings, hospitals, hotels, condominiums and sunrooms. PTAC units are becoming increasingly popular for use in any room of the home where additional heating and cooling may be necessary due to lack of, limitations or inefficiencies of an existing system.
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What Are the Benefits of a PTAC Unit?

 
There are numerous benefits that can be realized by installing a new PTAC unit in any climate from Toronto to Texas, regardless of whether it is a new construction, a retrofit or a replacement for an existing PTAC unit.
 
Increased energy efficiency is a major benefit of new PTAC units. Older PTAC units typically offered peak Energy Efficiency Ratio (EER) ratings of between 5.0 and 6.0 with these ratings dropping to as low as 3.0 over time. EER ratings can be used to compare the energy efficiency of various units; these measurements display how the unit takes input electricity and converts it into output in the form of cold air. Higher ratings result in reduced electricity consumption and increased energy savings. New PTAC units incorporate higher efficiency rotary compressors and more energy efficient motors to provide EER ratings of up to 10.0 or higher. In some instances, the energy savings realized from upgrading an existing PTAC unit can be substantial enough to pay for the new equipment.
 
Newer PTAC units offer quiet operation through the use of multiple fan speeds to significantly reduce operation noise. Sleeker units are available which take up less floor space. There are also often options for either wired or wireless thermostats to provide additional temperature control and comfort.
 

Finding Quality PTAC Units

 
Choosing a direct distributor for several manufacturers in North America is an excellent way to ensure premium products as well as the potential for exceptional savings. It is advisable to always choose a reliable and trustworthy supplier of PTAC units with a solid reputation for product availability, energy efficient products and excellent customer service to ensure the best possible experience.
 
The top suppliers of PTAC units have over 20 years of experience in the industry that includes working with clients to develop customized solutions that meet non-standard requirements. In the event that a PTAC unit may not be the most efficient solution, these suppliers will offer a mix of other HVAC products to meet client needs.
 
Discover the many benefits of PTAC units for all of your new construction, retrofit and replacement HVAC requirements today.
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