A portable air conditioner is the coolest appliance, it can cool rooms in the heat of the summer and is so versatile, and more importantly it can be used to cool any room in the house, independently, by just moving on its inbuilt castors.

 

A portable air conditioner is the coolest appliance, it can cool rooms in the heat of the summer and is so versatile, and more importantly it can be used to cool any room in the house, independently, by just moving on its inbuilt castors.

 

Portable air conditioning unitsare free standing and do not need to be installed or mounted in a fixed position.  If you can’t stand the heat a portable is the answer, they have been around for a while, and their popularity has soared in recent years due to their convenience, versatility and energy efficiency. 

 

So what exactly prompts the consumer to invest in a portable air conditioner, price plays a major role in this decision, they are much more affordable than split or central air conditioning, furthermore no installation is required, all you need to do is select an exit for the exhaust hose, plug in and go.

 

The built-in castors enable you to wheel portable air conditionersfrom room to room, wherever you need cool air, these units even make the perfect travelling companion in a caravan or holiday home, and because most are lightweight and easy to carry it makes sense.

 

Portable air conditioningis much more energy efficient compared to a central system which cools an entire house, a portable is of course smaller and incurs lower operation costs, but more importantly you can focus on specific areas that need to be cooled, that is true efficiency.

 

If you suffer from allergies a portable unit is perfect not only does it cool the air, but it also dehumidifies the air, and it is important to keep indoor humidity levels low, simply because high humidity encourages the growth of allergens like mould and dust mites.

 

Most air conditioners feature built-in high-efficiency air filters to clean the air, and some models also have built-in heaters so that the appliance offers value year-round, also there are models on the market that serve as not only a portable air conditioner, but also a heater, a dehumidifier, and air purifier.

 

There are portables out there that work on self-evaporating technology, this simply means that the condensed water is recycled, and in turn is used to cool and run the air conditioning system.  These self-evaporating air conditioners are growing in popularity, because they provide the added feature of getting rid of moisture for you.

 

Moisture in the air is of course humidity the invisible form of water vapour, the humidity level in a home goes up even with normal human functions such as sweating, also actions such as cooking and bathing, the answer is an air conditioner that can remove this moisture while it works.

 

A spokesman for Climachill air conditioning specialists located on the South coast of the UK said, “with any portable that offers the self-evaporating technology reduces or eliminates the need to empty the unit’s water collection tray, these units recycle approximately half of the condensed water and uses it to cool off the inner cooling coils, thus allowing the unit to run more efficiently.  Controlling humidity levels and keeping allergies under control work together, and it is a known fact that during the summer months a portable unit can keep humidity levels between 40 and 50% this will of course inhibit mould and dust mite growth”.

 

For further information visit:  www.climachill.co.uk