Air Handler

Air Handler is a central component of an HVAC system and is responsible for the circulation and conditioning of air within a building. Equipped with a blower fan, it draws air through return ducts, passes it overheating or cooling coils, and then distributes the conditioned air back into the living or working spaces through supply ducts. The system often includes air filtration to improve indoor air quality by capturing particles, as well as components for humidity control. Modern air handlers incorporate electronic controls, facilitating precise regulation of temperature, airflow, and overall HVAC integration.