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Electrical Deals Direct supply air conditioning units and evaporative coolers in many different makes, models and sizes. The choice is vast, you’re faced with a lot of different choices and may have no idea which product to choose so let us do the explaining for you.
Known as the mid-range unit, evaporative coolers are typically much more effective than your standard fan because as air passes through them the heat is completely removed from the air. One of our most popular evaporative coolers is the MasterKool IKOOL25. They may be known for being less productive than an air conditioning unit, but this is not always the case and evaporative coolers use in excess of 50% less energy and are much easier to repair and maintain. They are extremely popular and effective in many situations, and are both cheap to buy and cheap to run.
Air conditioning units takes in warm air, removes the heat and blows back out cool air. The air is filtered and during this process allergens in the air are removed as well as dust particles and odours.There are 2 types of air conditioning units: a single unit with one indoor unit and one outdoor unit, and the multi split systems. If you only have one room to keep cool, a single unit with be sufficient. These contain one indoor unit, one outdoor unit and all of the necessary pipework and control. If, for example, you need to keep cool an area between 13 and 25 squared meters use product: 9000 BTU, rated at 2.7kw. Multi split systems are best used when more than one inside unit is required. A great example of air conditioning with 3 indoor units is: 27000 BTU, rated at around 9kw
Electrical Deals Direct sell a vast range of other commercial catering products online. The team are on hand to guide and advise, ensuring the right purchase is made at the right price. Call one of the team now on 01934 253600 or chat to a real person on the website chat feature. Alternatively, read one of our blogs on How to select split system air conditioning or Fans, Evaporative Coolers and Air Conditioners – What’s the difference?