Everyone knows that running an air conditioner uses a lot of electricity. But when summer temps start climbing, those extra dollars seem like a small price to pay for staying cool and comfortable in your home or office.
But if there was a way to keep cool and save money at the same time, wouldn’t you grab it?
That’s where NewAir comes in.
Save Money on Air Conditioning
As a manufacturer of home appliances, it’s our goal to help you make your homes run more efficiently, and that includes keeping your budget in check. That’s why we’re so excited about the Energy Efficiency Boosting Function on the NewAir AC-14100E portable air conditioner.
If you’re familiar with portable air conditioners, then you know they typically include a water tank that has to be emptied regularly. Emptying these tanks (which collect the condensation that’s produced during the conditioning process) can be a hassle, especially when it’s humid and they need to be drained every couple of hours. That’s why every
NewAir air conditioner is built with auto-evaporative technology, which uses moisture from the air to cool the compressor, and then expels it outside via the exhaust hose. Less water collects in the tank, which means less time you have to spend emptying it.
Since getting rid of the water in the air is such an important part of how an air conditioner works, you might be kind of confused to find out that the AC-14100E air conditioner a tank for adding water.
The Energy Efficiency Boosting Function
How can adding water to your air conditioner save your money? It works like this:
When your portable air conditioner has been running for a while, the condenser starts to get hot. The hotter it gets, the harder it has to work to cool the air it’s pumping out into your room.
But when you add water to the special tank, a small fan sends a continual fine spray of water into the condenser, so it cools it down as it works. When it’s cooler, it doesn’t have to work as hard. When it doesn’t have to work as hard, power consumption drops. And when power consumption drops, you save money.
Tips for Using the Energy Efficiency Boosting Function
You can add water to the energy efficiency boosting tank at any time during operation, but it won’t affect energy usage until the air conditioner has been running for about an hour, when the condenser has had time to start getting heated.
The Energy Efficiency Boosting Function is optional. The air conditioner will operate at normal efficiency levels if the tank is empty.
If you do not use the AC on a day-to-day basis, be sure to empty the tank between uses to avoid the growth of mold and mildew.
The Energy Efficiency Boosting Function is a unique feature on the AC-14100E portable air conditioner and AC-14100H portable air conditioner and heater. Take advantage of the cost-saving benefits by checking out one of these powerful cooling products today!