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BMS Controls Glossary

Air Conditioner Duct

An air conditioner duct is an essential component of an air conditioning system. It is a network of tubes and channels that transport cooled or heated air from the air conditioner to the various rooms of a building. The ducts are usually made of metal, but can also be made of other materials such as plastic or fiberglass. The air conditioner ducts are designed to be airtight, allowing the air to flow freely and efficiently. They are also designed to reduce noise and vibration, making them an ideal choice for air conditioning systems. The air conditioner ducts are also responsible for distributing the air evenly throughout the building, ensuring that all rooms receive the same temperature. The air conditioner ducts are typically connected to the air conditioner unit via a series of vents and ducts, allowing the air to be distributed to the various rooms of the building.