What is HVAC and why it is required in industries?
‘The Global HVAC Market size was valued at USD 130.5 billion in 2019 and is projected to register a compound annual growth rate of 6.1% from 2020 to 2027.’
Recently, HTF Market Intelligence published a report on the exclusive insights, opportunities and revenue size estimation of the HVAC Systems Market.
But the question arises – ‘What exactly is HVAC?’
Well, HVAC is an acronym for the term ‘Heating, Ventilation and Air Conditioning’. In today’s scenario, these three parameters play a pivotal role in the industrial sector. The first parameter ‘Heating’ implies the desirable room temperature or the required heat in the room/workplace for the effective atmosphere. The second parameter, ‘Ventilation’ symbolizes the process of changing the air in any space to control the room temperature and to remove elements like smoke, moisture and dust. The final parameter, ‘Air Conditioning’ is a consequence of heating only. It takes place due to the removal of heat and provides adequate cooling for the industrial process to take place.
It is quite important for the industrial sector to ensure the air quality in the workplace. For that matter, HVAC comes to the rescue of the industries. HVAC controls the ambient environment of the industries like temperature, humidity and air flow, thereby ensuring a safe and a habitable environment in the workplace.
Now, just imagine an eminent industry without proper ventilation and air conditioning. Do you think you would be able to work there? Do you think you would be able to survive there without any issue? This is why most of the industries approach an HVAC Company which helps in constructing an HVAC system. MG Cooling Solutions is one such HVAC Company in India.
The answer is no, a big ‘No’. HVAC is an indispensable concept in the world of industries. In fact, improper implementation of HVAC can put a big question mark on the atmosphere of the workplace. So, to guarantee a safe environment at the workplace, the topic ‘significance of HVACs in the industrial world’ comes into picture.
In the first place, HVAC performs ‘Filtration’ with the help of ‘Heating’. It effectively controls air particles, dust and micro organisms using high efficiency particulate air filters. Secondly, with the help of ‘Ventilation’, HVAC maintains space moisture. This is done by providing more air (adequate ventilation) into the ‘cleaner space’ than is mechanically removed from that space. Next comes the role of ‘Air Conditioning’. This function maintains the ‘Relative Humidity’. It is done by cooling air to dew point temperatures. Finally, the HVAC maintains the space temperature and curbs the growth of microbial contaminants on workers.
In the nutshell, HVAC holds primary importance in the industrial sector. The survival of workers is ensured by the HVAC itself. Each of the three parameters is evaluated separately and is used in light of its respective potential to ensure the product quality.