HVAC zoning and static pressure
Hello, I am putting a HVAC system in a new two story house. I plan to use one unit for both floors so at least 2 zones will be needed. I would also like to zone the bedrooms as well to have a total of 4 zones. My concern is static pressure if only 1 zone is open. I plan to get a variable speed blower from Carrier or Trane. From their websites it seems intelligent enough to throttle back the blower or open other zones if the static pressure is to high for one zone. Is that truly the case and no other design factors should be in place to control the static pressure? This is assuming proper size ducts for the overall house as if all zones are open.
Also, is one company better than the other when it comes their technology behind zoning?
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