There are many portable air conditioners on the market, and you will no doubt see advertised models such as evaporative coolers, condenser type, drip or non-drip air conditioning, also reverse cycle, this can all be mind boggling to the layman, thus best get professional advice.
A brief overview for those scratching their heads in confusion, an evaporative cooler is similar in design to a portable air conditioner (http://www.climachill.co.uk/)
The condenser type is part of portable air conditioning units (http://www.climachill.co.uk/
Portable air conditioning can operate a reverse cycle this means they can both cool down and warm the air. All air conditioning involves the creation of condensation, and of course the moisture needs to be removed from the unit before it builds up.
Today portable units use up-to-date technology for both cooling and heating systems for the home and workplace. The latest breakthrough for these units is ‘self-evaporative water recycling’, this means that portable air conditioning systems can re-use a large percentage of the water it creates, thus cutting out having to empty a drain bucket frequently.
Everyone looks for a cost effective way to either cool or warm the home, not forgetting the energy efficiency, so consumers need to check the energy rating label on the unit, and it is always a good idea to look for one with as many stars as possible, this will help you save money on your energy bills.
A spokesman for Climachill air conditioning specialists, located in Sussex on the South coast of the UK said “we are a family owned and run business we install air conditioning systems throughout Sussex and supply portable air conditioning systems nationwide. We offer the very latest compact units that will cool heat and dehumidify, but more importantly these units can be used anywhere simply because they are portable. No installation just plug in and go, easy operation, but even more important the units purchased from us are fully guaranteed, and we offer excellent customer service. Customers can order online, and will get free national delivery to the UK mainland”
It is not advisable to just go shopping to a do-it-yourself outlet and purchase a portable unit off the shelf there is a lot more to it than that. Get the right advice and purchase the unit that will be ‘fit for purpose’ in your home or workplace.
For further information visit: www.climachill.co.uk