You’ve probably heard about high velocity air conditioning, but do you know what is the difference between a conventional AC and a high velocity AC?
Here I listed two major differences;
1. In conventional AC, the cool air will enter the room through a vent and the lighter warm air will exit through another vent. In high velocity AC, the air will enter the room with such a speed that will make the cooled air circle throughout the place.
2. Conventional AC needs two separate metal ductworks to intake and outlet the air. On the other hand, high velocity AC system requires aluminum tubes for ducting. They are lighter and can be installed easier.