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Air conditioners

Air conditioners are appliances used to cool and heat rooms. They usually complement traditional heating systems and, in areas with mild winters, can even replace them.

They employ very efficient technologies, and their use is encouraged by various government initiatives.

They are marketed together with large household appliances and are available in a wide range of models that differ in power, consumption and operating principle. They can be mobile or fixed and, for both, we find the monobloc or split version, with or without Inverter technology.

Here are some suggestions to guide you in choosing the most suitable model to meet different needs and to minimize the energy consumption of this appliance.

We recommend that you rely on a specialized technician who, after carrying out an inspection, will be able to indicate the best solution.

The purchase of a high energy class air conditioner, A +, A ++ and A +++, certainly entails a greater initial expense, but also a saving on the electricity bill and a reduction in CO2 emissions.
For example, the purchase of a class A energy efficiency air conditioner compared to a class C one allows you to save about 30% per year on electricity consumption and therefore also reduce CO2 emissions by 30%.
In the table, we report by energy efficiency class the electricity consumption of a split air conditioner of about 6kW, capable of cooling 2 or 3 rooms for a total of 40m2, used for 8 hours a day in the three summer months.
The lower electricity consumption of a class A model compared to a class B model makes it possible to recover the higher initial cost in about three years.


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