High Velocity AC is a certified contractor for the SpacePak system, a leading manufacturer of small-duct high-velocity (SDHV) air conditioning and heating systems. The SpacePak small HVAC system is designed to enhance your home's décor by blending in with the interior design. It can be installed within the existing framework without having to remodel existing walls.
The SpacePak small HVAC system removes 30% more humidity than conventional central air systems. You can set the thermostat a few degrees higher while still feeling cooler, saving you money by using less energy.
SpacePak pioneered and perfected the concept of "aspiration," which uses air streams to create a gentle continuous mixing of air in the room to provide uniform, draft-free comfort throughout every room in your home.
How A Small HVAC System Works
SpacePak created the original small-duct high-velocity central heating and cooling system for aesthetic appeal and flexible installation in both older and modern construction. The pre-insulated, two-inch flexible ducts allow us to install the SpacePak system without major renovation or installation of unsightly bulkheads or wall units. We can feed the flexible ducts through walls, ceilings, and floors to accommodate the unique layout of your home or commercial space. The compact air handling unit is small enough to fit in a closet, attic, basement, or crawlspace, yet delivers the level of cooling or heating needed by even the largest of interior spaces.
How is the Spacepak small HVAC system distinctive?
- During the heating season, heat pumps absorb energy from the outdoor air and transfers it into your home. Even at sub-zero temperatures, outdoor air contains substantial heat that our Solstice pumps can use for central heat.
- Conventional systems have to "create" the heat energy for transfer with natural gas or oil based combustion, which is a far less efficient process than an electric heat pump simply "moving" the heat energy.
- Unlike other water-to-water heat pump systems, the Solstice can absorb heat from inside and dissipate it outside, leaving your home cool and comfortable.
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Up to 30%-50% lower installation cost when compared against Geothermal systems.
Water-to-water heat pumps, or geothermal heat-pumps, work by installing multiple “earth loops,” or water lines, throughout your front yard.
Little-to-no outdoor excavation needed.
Expensive to install, especially if vertical bore holes are required for the earth loop, or if you’re connecting multiple earth loops to the heat pump.
Low Amp Requirements
Most water-to-water heat pumps can only heat your home, but have limited cooling capabilities.
Keeps refrigerant outside the home and utilizes a condenser coil that is 30% larger than standard units, improving efficiency.
Horizontal earth loops require large land areas and major excavation, and most jobs require re-landscaping your yard.
Allows custom control not obtainable by most traditional refrigerant-based systems.
Depending on your region, drilling may be necessary for installation.
Utilizes adjustable water flow, water temperature, and airflow settings, giving you complete control of the system and each temperature zone.
While most geothermal heat pumps claim to be highly efficient, this usually doesn’t include the power required to move flow through the earth loop, which can be substantial.
Features an intelligent factory-configured control platform, with a self-diagnostic microprocessor that keeps your system running seamlessly.