Amazon has seen a huge boost in product movement, with hundreds of these units selling per day
IRVINE, CA (PRWEB)
August 10, 2017
This year we are seeing a rapid upward climb in temperature. Experts at the National Weather Service reported recently that the June climate was “among the highest” yet recorded with locations such as Death Valley hitting 120°F. With the increase in summer heat is a spike in electric bills due to the excessive rise in air condition usage.
Parallel to this trend is an upward scale in sales for smaller AC systems, such as the mini Split AC units, which have risen in recent popularity. Amazon has seen a huge boost in product movement, with hundreds of these units selling per day. This specific market has boomed due to the distinguishing difference from their “central” cooling counterparts: their ability to regulate the temperature in a single room, rather than the entire residence.
The science behind the Split Air Conditioner…
This unique ability is possible due to a refrigerant gas supplied into the unit’s compressor. Once there, the gas is pressurized and condensed through a series of tubes into a liquid form. This is then ushered through the expansion joint where it is again converted into a gas as pressure is reduced. This gas releases an abundance of heat, thus becoming colder. From there, it is fed back into the compressor for a second round there it will repeat this process until it is the ideal temperature according to the unit’s thermostat.
Why Ductless over Central AC?
This dynamic cooling system is also known as a “ductless mini-split” air conditioner, called so due to their lack of long tracts of sheet metal tunnels (or “ducts”). Their singular design helps the split unit sidestep expending massive amounts of energy while running – meaning users’ electric bills are drastically lower each month on average than those who use central air conditioning. All of this is accomplished at 115V, which is the same energy cost of any commonplace refrigerator found in the average home.
Users also benefit from a decrease in their air’s dust levels, as there is no extensive network of metal ducts for harmful air particles to settle in. The forced air is constantly…