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HVAC&R Applied Sales

Air Treatment Corporation is an HVAC&R manufacturers’ representative established in 1982 serving numerous marketplaces throughout the west with our 8 office locations throughout California as well as our offices in Hawaii and Guam. While our HVAC footprint is confined to these office geographies our Refrigeration footprint extends well beyond to include Phoenix, Nevada and Utah. Along with our exceptional manufacturing partners, our skilled, degreed sales engineers and experienced staff are committed to providing creative system solutions always mindful of energy and water conservation while focusing on life–cycle cost of ownership. We are positioned well to support end users, consulting engineers as well as mechanical contractors both new construction and retrofit system solutions. Integrity and customer service are the foundation of our values and beliefs.  We strive to assist our customer’s with solving their customer’s problems. We encourage you to present us with your most challenging projects and look forward to exceeding your expectations from the project inception through its successful execution/close out assisted by our factory certified Service Technicians.

VRF= Variable Refrigerant Flow

This VRF technology uses an inverter to vary the speed of the compressor thus varying the flow of refrigerant to the fan coils based on their demand. The fan coils utilize motorized linear expansion valves to modulate the exact amount of refrigerant needed to meet the heating or cooling demands the zone requires. It is common to have a single refrigerant system supply refrigerant to multiple fan coils (some combinations allow up to 50 fan coils). With a variety of different style fan coils combined with each fan coil having independent temperature controls assemble to create a very flexible and applicable system that meets the high demands for comfort, and efficiency.   Some models provide simultaneous cooling and heating any time of the year. This innovation optimizes recovery of heat, normally rejected by the condenser, to be used within the building. Therefore the energy consumed by these products is a direct result of how much capacity is needed making them one of the most efficient means available to condition the building.


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