PTAC High Point, NC

PTAC Facts

PTAC Installation – Triad

Unitary systems are single units that provide both heating and cooling operations from one product.

Using electricity as its power source, the unitary system compressor pumps refrigerant through the system. The refrigerant attracts heat and moisture from indoors and then transfers it outdoors. Heat and moisture inside are removed when warm air passes over the cool indoor coil. The heat and humidity in the air are removed by the coil, thereby “cooling” the air indoors.

When the unitary system operates in the heating mode, the unit operates in reverse. The refrigerant is used to create a heated indoor coil. As air passes over the heated coil the heat is transferred to the air inside the room creating warm air.

PTAC Benefits

Indoor comfort all year – Unitary systems can rapidly remove heat and moisture from indoor air.

Simple Installation – Unitary systems are easy to install because they come in standard sizes and shapes.

Independent Operation – Unlike split -system heating and cooling systems which condition whole buildings through the use of ductwork, unitary systems cool and heat only the rooms or spaces where they are installed.