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What is air conditioning?
Air conditioning is the heating or cooling of your home using an air conditioning unit.
In this article we will talk about the different types of air conditioning units, their performance characteristics and what they can do for you.
What are the different air conditioning types?
Air Conditioning Units: Some units, like the Delta and Infinity, are heat and air-conditioning units.
They can work either as heat or air-condensation units.
These units have a base temperature that varies depending on the ambient temperature of the room, as well as the air pressure and temperature.
There are two types of units: Standard and Passive.
Standard units are generally the cheapest, and usually have low power consumption.
They are generally not suitable for low-power homes, as they need constant power to operate.
Passive units are designed to work at lower temperatures and lower pressure levels.
Both types of unit have two primary functions: heating or cold-cooling.
The air-cooled unit uses more electricity to cool the room.
Passive air-con units use less electricity to heat the room and can be used to cool large areas of the house.
Some units have features that help to cool your home, like windows and doors that open or close when the temperature rises.
Some air conditioning systems are designed for a specific climate and can have multiple settings to make your home more suitable for that climate.
The different types have different operating characteristics, as shown in the table below.