KoolDuct is an HVAC duct system that offers several advantages over traditional sheet metal ducting. Fabricated with materials that help to reduce air leakage, KoolDuct is the perfect choice for commercial properties. It’s especially great in hygiene-controlled buildings or rooms. Let’s take a look at why KoolDuct would be a better choice than traditional ducting for your commercial property in West Melbourne, Florida.
You Want Your Building LEED-Certified
LEED certification is recognized as the premier achievement in sustainability. Requirements for a building to become certified as "green" by LEED (Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design) range from having healthy indoor air to using materials and products that use less energy.
An LEED-certified building helps to conserve water and energy. It also supports human health. A KoolDuct system reduces air leakage. As a result, you’ll have better indoor air quality and save money on energy bills.
You Need Sterile Rooms in Your Building
Because of their tight sealing, KoolDuct systems keep dirt, dust and other contaminants from leaking into the ducting. If there are pathogens in the ducting, they can get blown into a sterile room when the HVAC system is running.
To prevent bacteria and other harmful contaminants from entering rooms that require a sterile environment, such as MRI rooms, KoolDuct is a solid choice for ducting. Because of the advanced design of KoolDuct and its high insulating capacity (as measured by "R-value"), water intrusion into the ducting is nearly eliminated. As a result, it helps to prevent biological growth.
You Want Clean Air in Your Building
A KoolDuct system is also a good choice in buildings that involve the manufacturing of food products, beverages or pharmaceuticals. An air purification system will greatly improve indoor air quality. As a result, it’ll create a cleaner and healthier environment.
If you’d like to know more about KoolDuct systems and how they can benefit you and your business, give Merritt Island Air & Heat a call today at (321) 392-6564. We’re HVAC experts, and we’re ready to help you with all your cooling needs.
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