Best Air Conditioners for Warehouse - Luce's Buying Guide

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Warehouse cooling might seem unnecessary, but it's actually important for temperature control. Not only does air conditioning keep warehouse employees cool, but it also works to maintain the quality of the products, especially those that are perishable or sensitive to temperature. It also lessens the risks of electrical malfunctions due to overheating.

Proper air conditioning also improves the indoor air quality and ventilation systems, helps with humidity control, and manages excessive heat from accumulating and compromising both the products and the workers.

Temperature control isn't only limited to cold storage solutions in warehouses, but also encompasses the entire warehouse itself, especially because natural ventilation can only take you so far in terms of cooling. 

Additional Considerations

Floor Size

The amount of space that you want to keep cool is one of the most important factors to consider when buying an air conditioning unit, but warehouses are a bit more complicated as they include vast open spaces, tall ceilings, and large doors that are opened frequently. 

With this in mind, you should look for the right solution that can keep up with the spatial demands of a busy warehouse and find cooling systems that are powerful enough to keep everything cool and comfortable.

Number of People

Another challenge of a large warehouse is the number of employees that inhabit it regularly. The number of people will affect the cooling demand placed on your air conditioning system. Choosing an ineffective air conditioning system risks exposing employees and your products to high temperatures that may compromise the efficiency of the whole warehouse.

Cooling Costs

When looking to keep a warehouse cooler, it's inevitable that this will be a major hit on your total energy costs and raise your energy bills. To lessen the financial impact, keep your eye out for more energy efficient and cost effective cooling systems that can cool large spaces with less energy.

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List of Recommendations 

Daikin Rebel Applied Packaged Rooftop System

This air conditioning system is a packaged rooftop solution with guaranteed energy efficiency. It also promises unlimited configurability as the high-performance cabinet design lets you design this solution around to get your desired application and installation.

And with its Sorbent Ventilation Technology, it improves indoor air quality by removing carbon dioxide and other air contaminants, while also serving as a natural ventilation by allowing water and oxygen to pass through freely.

The Inverter Scroll Compressor Technology also dynamically responds to match to load and requirement of the building and deliver precise temperature control—whether heating or cooling—while also controlling the humidity without the extra energy costs.

LG Air Handling Unit

This HVAC system provides both heating and cooling, as well as ventilation, that aims to ensure a fresh and comfortable environment. It does all of this without the crippling electrical costs with its DX AHU Heat Pump that controls the air as it flows inside all year round.

It's also equipped with a temperature control sensor that lets you choose to set the indoor temperature to match either the supply air or the return air. The flexibility of its design application also makes it a suitable cooling solution for different sites, including warehouses.

Shenglin Rooftop Air Conditioner

This durable rooftop unit is both a heating and cooling solution made of galvanized steel with a layer of polyester powder for extra protection. While pumping cold air through your warehouse, it also comes equipped with a built-in thermal overload cut-out to help it moderate the temperatures in your warehouse.

This model also comes with an automatic timer and centrifugal fans for air treatment.

More Ways to Keep Your Warehouse Cool

Here are some additional cooling options to keep your warehouse cool.

Air Curtains

Air curtains are a great and cost effective way to keep air moving and reduce the demand placed on your air conditioning or HVAC system by keeping the cold air inside. It also serves as a barrier that prevents outdoor air from entering your warehouse whenever you open and close the doors, while also serving as a barrier to other things like insects.

Cool Roofs

As opposed to conventional roofs that absorb the outside heat into your warehouse, cool roofs help repel the heat and stop it from seeping in by disrupting the heat transfer. They may be expensive at first, but they'll help reduce your energy bills over time, especially because they work much more effectively the more square feet you have. 


Dehumidifiers are great, especially for hotter and more humid climates. Installing a dehumidifier in your warehouse can reduce the moisture in the air, consequently reducing the heat in the air flow. Combining this with your cooling systems will help keep your warehouse cooler more easily.

It's important to keep your warehouse employees cool, but it's not enough to just get an air conditioning system in place. Irregular maintenance of these systems and units can actually lead them to deteriorate over time, which will require you to spend more costly repairs or even get an entirely new cooling solution altogether.

Luce Aircon is here to make sure that your air conditioners are in their best shape. From intense cleaning to maintenance and repairs, keeping your warehouse cold and comfortable for everyone will seem easy and stress-free.

Give us a call and schedule your first appointment today!

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