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If there are two systems of air conditioning of quality, these
are the duct and cassette. We explain what these two air
conditioning systems - which prestigious brands such as
Intec Electric put at your disposal - and their advantages.
Duct air conditioning system
It is an air system regulated by a network of programmable
grids strategically arranged where the air flow comes out so
that the installation is fully integrated into the building.
The advantages of this system are:
Zoning allows regulating in each zone where the grids are
the adequate temperature. Each room has its thermostat,
and this communicates with the automated network. When
the programmed temperature is reached, the grid closes so
as not to over-cool (or overheat, if it is a heat pump) the
room.
Aesthetics: it is a model where space saving and aesthetics
prevail, being entirely embedded in the ceiling. He no
longer has to endure bulky and unsightly mechanisms of air
distribution, reserving the considerable space they occupy
for other tasks.
Local and centralized control: The ducted air conditioning
system can be controlled by a thermostat in each room, or
centralized in the maintenance area of the building.
Energy saving: Thanks to the programming of the desired
temperature, you save on energy, contributing to the
reduction of your electricity bill, the elimination of
unfortunate oversights by "leaving" the air invested and the
conservation of the environment.
Air conditioning system with cassette
This system is related to the previous one in that it needs a
false ceiling for its installation, although this is usually
much simpler since it resembles the installation of more
traditional air conditioning equipment.
For their installation in the false ceiling, they share with the
previous ones the advantage of their aesthetics, since
thanks to their ultra-thin design, they usually call the same
attention as fluorescents. They are ideal for high or very
high ceilings. Besides, they usually have an anticorrosive
coating that protects against contamination and oxidation.

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But the most significant of this type of air conditioning is
its performance: unlike the previous ones, these guarantee
an even distribution of hot and cold air. The warm air tends
to "rise" towards the ceiling and the cold, being heavier,
tends to settle on the floor.
The cassette air conditioning system evenly distributes the
air on all four sides, from top to bottom, and when it is in
heat mode, flaps are opened that push the hot air down.
The two air conditioning systems need the false ceiling, but
what can cost your installation, is recovered in the longterm electricity bill and you also gain in quality and
comfort.

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