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Addison Condensing Units

Available in Michigan U.P., NE Wisconsin

An air cooled compressor-condensing unit is one part of a split system used to cool an occupied space and is installed outside of your building, usually on the roof or on a concrete slab, and paired with an indoor air handler. Because the condensing unit is outside, the condensing unit rejects the heat outdoors.

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Addison Dedicated Outside Air Unit

Addison Dedicated Outside Air Units

Available in Michigan U.P., NE Wisconsin

Florida Solar Energy Center conducted a study documenting the Addison Linear Capacity Dedicated Outdoor Air System (DOAS). It achieved greater than 50% energy savings versus conventionally fixed capacity DOAS. Regarding this new variable capacity DOAS technology, they wrote “Addison HVAC has developed an exclusive DOAS package design that uses a novel combination of variable refrigerant flow (VRF), variable air flow (VAF), and Active Coil Exposure®. This design results in energy-efficient ventilation with the potential to meet diverse requirements without over- or under-ventilating”.

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Addison Packaged Cooling Systems

Available in Michigan U.P., NE Wisconsin

Today, all businesses need to have an efficient heating and cooling system to keep those conditions consistent, despite the weather outside. That is where we come in. At Addison, they’re dedicated to providing our clients with uniquely configured packaged rooftop systems specifically designed to provide conditioned ventilation air to help you maintain your desired indoor environment.

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Addison Packaged Rooftop Systems

Available in Michigan U.P., NE Wisconsin

Today, all businesses need to have an efficient heating and cooling system to keep those conditions consistent, despite the weather outside. That is where we come in. At Addison, they’re dedicated to providing their clients with uniquely configured packaged rooftop systems specifically designed to provide conditioned ventilation air to help you maintain your desired indoor environment.

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Addison Rooftop Air Cooled Heat Pump Systems

Available in Michigan U.P., NE Wisconsin

Utilizing the heat of rejection generated during a vapor compression cycle has long been a challenging but rewarding focus for both mechanical engineers and electrical utilities. By reversing the flow of refrigerant, a single system can be used to cool in the summer and heat in the winter. Since the energy source in both modes is electricity, electrical utilities have aggressively supported heat pump development. Designing large unitary heat pumps remains a difficult proposition and only the most experienced companies have chosen to offer this kind of product. At Addison, they are confident in offering you a full line of light commercial and commercial heat pumps specifically designed to meet your project requirements.

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Addison Rooftop Heat Pump System

Addison Rooftop Water Source Heat Pump Systems

Available in Michigan U.P., NE Wisconsin

Utilizing the heat of rejection generated during a vapor compression cycle has long been a challenging but rewarding focus for both mechanical engineers and electrical utilities. By reversing the flow of refrigerant, a single system can be used to cool in the summer and heat in the winter. Since the energy source in both modes is electricity, electrical utilities have aggressively supported heat pump development. Designing large unitary heat pumps remains a difficult proposition and only the most experienced companies have chosen to offer this kind of product. At Addison, they are confident in offering you a full line of light commercial and commercial heat pumps specifically designed to meet your project requirements.

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Addison Water Source Heat Pump Systems

Available in Michigan U.P., NE Wisconsin

Utilizing the heat of rejection generated during a vapor compression cycle has long been a challenging but rewarding focus for both mechanical engineers and electrical utilities. By reversing the flow of refrigerant, a single system can be used to cool in the summer and heat in the winter. Since the energy source in both modes is electricity, electrical utilities have aggressively supported heat pump development. Designing large unitary heat pumps remains a difficult proposition and only the most experienced companies have chosen to offer this kind of product. At Addison, they are confident in offering you a full line of light commercial and commercial heat pumps specifically designed to meet your project requirements.

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