Defining HVAC Load

Defining HVAC Load

The HVAC load is a calculation that determines the building’s heating and cooling requirements.

Knowing the HVAC load is essential for ensuring that your HVAC fulfills your building’s thermal comfort. Otherwise, you could end up with an oversized or undersized HVAC system that may consume more energy than necessary or wear itself out sooner.

(Source: Energy Vanguard)

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