Air Conditioning History Starts With Carrier

The History of Air Conditioning started with Carrier. Carrier HVAC Burlingame

Designed in 1902 by Willis Haviland Carrier, an Electrical Engineer tasked with fixing a humidity problem that existed at a large corporate publishing company Sackett-Wilhemss Lithographing, arrives the modern Air Condition Unit as we know it today. Technical issues with the paper development process during humid months in New Your City deemed this project a major priority for the corporation.
Mr. Carrrier treated the air inside the building by running it across cooled pipes. The air cooled as it passed over the pipes and since cool air cannot carry as much moisture as warm air the Humidity substantially dropped within the plant. Reducing the humidity also reduced the air temperature and a new dawn of technology was born.

Carrier soon realized his invention was worth a fortune in many other environments including the common home. The actual air conditioning process is based on simple physics and the more modern twist is done with a few mechanical techniques.

The most trusted and largest air conditioner manufacturer in the world today is still Carrier. I’m sure you’ve heard of it. Today humans around the world have the same problem. When it gets too hot we like to control our climate. The modern HVAC or AC unit is not really a modern marvel of science but it certainly gets the job done.

If you live in the San Francisco Bay Area, specifically in the towns of Burlingame, San Mateo, San Carlos, Belmont, Santa Clara and San Jose, feel free to give Ortiz Heating and Air Conditioning a call. Our team knows HVAC and we pride ourselves on 100% customer satisfaction.

With decades of experience and the true technical knowledge to install any Carrier AC unit, our entire team would be honored to work with you.