Air-conditioning equipment makes reference to either a central system or window or wall units that cool the air in a housing unit by a refrigeration unit driven by electricity or natural gas.

-see also:
"Air-conditioning equipment" is in the NAICS Code "423730"
  Warm Air Heating and Air-conditioning equipment and Supplies Merchant Wholesalers
  ... in the merchant wholesale distribution of warm air heating and Air-conditioning equipment and supplies
Ref: 120843/2006-10-02

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Equipment (Equipment revolves around all machinery, tools, ...)
Conditioning (Conditioning refers to a psychological principle ...)
Housing (Housing is described as structures collectively; ...)

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