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Inverter or Non-Inverter Air Conditioner

The inverter technology is the evolution of technology concerning the electro motors of the compressors.

Inverter air conditioner compressor has a variable speed control by a censor and a non-inverter air conditioner compressor running at a fixed speed according to the temperature required.


Advantages of Inverter Air Conditioner

  • Constant temperature (more comfortable)
  • Energy saving
  • Less noise compare to non-inverter
  • Reach desired temperature faster


Disadvantages of Inverter Air Conditioner

  • Higher initial purchase price
  • More electronically operated causes higher maintenance cost due to spare part and expensive trained labour if repair is required.

British Thermal Unit (BTU)

BTU is a traditional unit of heat. It is defined as the amount of heat required to raise the temperature of one pound of water by one degree Fahrenheit.

Right Horsepower (HP) Air Conditioner for Your Room

Cooling capacity for a room is the heat removed to achieve certain temperature. Heat load is measure in British Thermal Unit (BTU) per hour. A compressor with 1 HP is able to remove approximately 9000 BTU/hour. 1 HP BTU means 9000 BTU/hour cooling capacity .The higher the BTU, the higher the cooling capacity.

To determine HP require for a room, many factors have to be considered which include floor area, ceiling height, expose of heat source e.g. facing east room require higher heat load than room facing north, number of people in the room, electrical appliances, lighting etc.

You are advised to consult air conditioner consultant before decide on the air conditioner.

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