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Air Conditioning



2005-01-07
Air conditioning is the regulation of indoor temperature and atmospheric cleanliness. The term ‘air conditioning’ is generally used to refer to cooling, usually in cars, however the process can also be used to increase temperatures as well. In both cases, heat pump air conditioning is the most energy efficient way of alternating indoor temperatures. Heat pumps eliminate the need for separate heating and cooling systems as both actions can be carried out by one unit. Another environmental advantage of air conditioning by a heat pump is the relatively low carbon dioxide output.

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