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Portable air conditioner units come in various formats, cooling only or heat and cooling with outputs ranging from 12,000 btu´s up to 25,000 btu´s. These modern systems are compatible with either home or office use.
Portable air conditioning is probably a little easier than having a complete system installed, as with installed systems there is a lot of work involved, and inspections etc. need to be carried out on a regular basis, for example for those who have air conditioning systems which are over 5 years old and the total output is over 12kw of cooling capacity you will now require an Air Conditioning Energy Assessment, this is a legal requirement from The Energy Performance of Building Directive (EPBD).
Self evaporative water recycling is now available in modern machines which aids the cooling process and negates the need to continually empty the water tank. The unit will use almost 75% of the water that is created which optimises performance and is more environmentally friendly. These portable air conditioners are now available in a variety of models.
The British public are sometimes slow to try new things, but there is no risk from purchasing one of these portable units, they will serve you in both the summer and winter, and if purchased from a reputable outlet the consumer can get all the help and advice on offer, however make sure the unit is completely covered with a warranty.
A spokesman for Climachill, air conditioning specialists located on the South Coast of the UK, said “we are seeing a marked increase in the use of portable air conditioning units both in the workplace and the home. All units come with a 12 month warranty. All units are compliant with the latest legislation and contain refrigerants that are totally environmentally safe.”
For further information visit: www.climachill.co.uk