If you have ever lived with central air conditioner, you have absolutely had to deal with unpleasant tepid and frigid spots within rooms that should be conditioned.
Conventional systems push a high volume of cool air into the conditioned space from a few concentrated registers, resulting in turbulence that causes drafts and creates temperature fluctuations, but high velocity systems produce more consistent comfort by evenly distributing air through the process of aspiration.
When high velocity air enters your living spaces, it draws the ambient air into its stream to keep the environment at a completely uniform comfort level. High velocity systems have a flexible design and are only a quarter of the size of traditional ductwork because they properly do not require the inclusion of soffits, dropped ceilings, and other instruction to squeeze in ductwork. A high velocity plan is also more energy efficient than a traditional Heating, Ventilation, and A/C plan and uses less energy and detachs more humidity from the air. Since it works quickly, the plan doesn’t need to stay on as long, costing you less money. The vents are much smaller with these systems measuring about 5 inches and are round. The tepid or cool air moves from the compressor or heat pump to a high velocity air handler. This pushes the air through with more pressure than duct and vent Heating, Ventilation, and A/C systems. Because of this, the air circulates legitimately quickly through the area it’s treating once it comes through the vents. This means the room gets to the temperature you want faster than with other systems and makes for better temperature control.