Collection: Central Ducted Hyper Heat Air Handlers

A ducted hyper heat air handler is a type of heating and cooling system that uses a duct network to distribute conditioned air throughout a building. Some features of this system are:

- It can operate at low outdoor temperatures and provide consistent indoor comfort, unlike conventional heat pumps, which lose efficiency in cold climates.
- It consists of an outdoor unit, an indoor unit, and a thermostat.
- The outdoor unit contains a compressor, a fan, and a heat exchanger.
- The indoor unit contains a fan, a filter, and a coil.
- The thermostat controls the operation of the system and allows the user to adjust the temperature and fan speed settings.