A single-zone HVAC system serves one area or room of your building. This system type is common in small buildings and residential projects. With a single unit, this system provides the same cooling or heating throughout an area with a master thermostat that regulates the temperature. Single-zone systems are known for their very low first cost and versatile application in smaller undeserved areas like attics, garages, and workshops. Common applications such as packaged terminal air conditioners (PTAC) and packaged rooftop air conditioners (PSV) are single zone systems.

Key Advantages of a Single Zone System

  • Efficient size and Lower cost: With a smaller space, a single-zone system is the way to go. Its compact size and easy installation make it an effective option for areas that might not otherwise have any climate control. A larger unit or traditional system will shut on and off more often as it won’t take long to adjust your space to the right temperature. That puts unnecessary wear and tear on the machine, meaning you’ll have to get maintenance and repairs more often.

cove.tool supports Single Zone Systems with:

  • Single Zone, with Electric Boiler and Air Cooled Chiller

  • Single Zone, with Electric Boiler and Packaged DX

  • Single Zone, with Electric Boiler and Water Cooled Chiller

  • Single Zone, with Electric Resistance and Air Cooled Chiller

  • Single Zone, with Electric Resistance and Packaged DX

  • Single Zone, with Electric Resistance and Water Cooled Chiller

  • Single Zone, with Furnace and Air Cooled Chiller

  • Single Zone, with Furnace and Direct Expansion

  • Single Zone, with Furnace and Packaged DX

  • Single Zone, with Furnace and Water Cooled Chiller

  • Single Zone, with Gas Boiler and Air Cooled Chiller

  • Single Zone, with Gas Boiler and Packaged DX

  • Single Zone, with Gas Boiler and Water Cooled Chiller

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