cooling service in MOAmerican Services Commercial Cooling Installation in Overland knows that if your work space is full of heat generating electrical components and electronic devices, then you will need some heat removal systems. The comfort and wellbeing of your employees and safe operation of your equipment will depend on this. Conditioned air and proper ventilation are essential steps in creating a safe air conditioned environment that removes heat and circulates fresh air.

Some examples of these commercial buildings might be Schools, IT firms or manufacturing plants.

There are two types of commercial and industrial air conditioning. Modern cooling system technology uses ductless or split air conditioning. This allows the cooling unit and condenser to be located in a different location most generally on the rooftop. The cooling is thermostat controlled. Ducted cooling systems are inefficient and no longer installed in commercial applications.

Air cooling, water cooling, glycol cooling, and chilled water cooling are just a few of the cooling technologies still available today
Air cooled systems: widely used for its convenient ductless setup. The condensing unit is usually located outside, this helps with the exchange of the fresh air and removing of hot air. Because the cooling pipes are limited in length consideration must be made between workspace and the roof.
Glycol Cooling systems: though a very sophisticated cooling system
which produces temperatures below 50 degrees Fahrenheit. The coolant used in this system is Glycol it can be implemented over long distances and provide cooling to many workspaces with one condenser. This system requires more maintenance and constant monitoring of quality and quantity of the coolant Glycol.

Water cool systems: a cooling tower is used cool water which gets pushed back to the heat exchanger in the work environment. Benefits are multiple workstations can be cooled with just one single cooling tower. The cost of maintenance of cooling tower and quality of water may not be the best economic fit for your building.

Chilled water systems have a greater heat removing capacity. Cools larger areas with a greater efficiency and it only requires one
chiller plant. Possible setbacks can be installation charges; these are “extremely expensive” systems. Another concern should be the removal of most the moisture in the air (employee health problems). Careful consideration of your current building and its infrastructure a combination of one or more of these systems can be used to provide your air conditioning cooling systems.