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What is the best choise for designing HVAC system for air flight simulator building, the space area is 700 m2 and the heigh is 9 m

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Hello,You need between 12 1/2 ton unit minimum or 15 ton depending on the heat output of the simulator equipment.maybe 2 (6)ton units need blueprints for recomendation.

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