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BMS Controls Glossary

Air Conditioning Duct

Air conditioning ducts are an integral part of any air conditioning system. They are the pathways through which air is transported from the air conditioner to the various rooms in a building. The ducts are usually made of metal, such as aluminum or galvanized steel, and are sealed to prevent air leakage. The ducts are designed to direct the air to the desired location, while also allowing for proper ventilation. In addition, the ducts also help to filter out dust, pollen, and other airborne particles, which can help to improve air quality. Air conditioning ducts are typically connected to the air conditioner unit, and then run through the walls and ceilings of the building, eventually leading to the various rooms. In order to ensure that the air conditioning system works properly, it is important to regularly inspect and clean the ducts, as well as replace any worn or damaged parts.