If you are looking to cool the air in any type of large building, opting for central air conditioning is most likely the best option. In this case, the AC system uses a split system for compression and condensation. The evaporator is connected what is known as a forced air system. The complete unit is packed all together and is usually placed on top of the roof or in an outhouse.
The air that is circulated by the AC is transmitted throughout the breadth and length of the building. You can use the controls on each unit to change the temperature if you need to do so. Not all AC units have these controls built into them and all the tenants of the building need to be made aware of this fact.
Your Ac system is usually placed outside, which means that, in most cases, the noise it emits will not bother those who are indoors. There is also a cleansing system within the unit that purifies the air. This helps to make sure that you are breathing air that does not contain any dust particles, allergens or other unwanted substances.
Centralizing your AC unit helps administrators, maintenance staff and engineers to keep a closer eye on the amount of energy being used and that the voltage requirements are being met in accordance with the required standards. Staff no longer have any need to make use of their personal AC units.
Centralizing the units will also help you to keep track of your electric bills, as well the ability to control the temperature better. Electric bills will be lower if the temperature remains constant.
You should pay close attention to the type of filtering system that the air conditioner has. Choosing one that does not have a good filtration system will mean that there will be a higher risk of pollutants being transmitted throughout the building.
It is advisable that you consult with you architect if you in the process of building a new home or office space. They will be able to give you sound advice with regards to where the air conditioning units should be placed in the building before going ahead with the construction. Plans are easy to change before building commences.