A high velocity air conditioning system is a different kind of AC system. It makes the option of a central air conditioning system possible in many older homes where otherwise it might be cost-prohibitive to use one.
High velocity AC systems use insulated flexible ducts that are quite a bit smaller in diameter than those used by your normal forced air system. Because of their smaller design they can be placed in tighter spaces and where space tends to be more limited, such as behind existing walls. Air is cooled and then circulated through a method known as aspiration. Cool air is vented into rooms at a high rate of speed leaving rooms coolers, drier, and more comfortable.
High velocity air conditioning provides many of the same benefits as other whole home air conditioning system in Atlanta. There is no need for a noisy unit that just cools a single room, as the high velocity option functions quietly and efficiently. They also remove a lot of moisture in the air because the high pressure blower compresses the air, keeping it in contact with the coils for a longer period of time. This can be great for buildings in humid environments, as it practically eliminates the need for a dehumidifier during the summer months.
They are draft-free, provide even temperatures throughout a space, they do not use up existing space, and there is no need to completely remodel when installing a high velocity ductless system.