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Cooling your home without using electricity?

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Air conditioning is one of those things that gets fought over in the office during the summer as there are always those that are too cold or too hot. It is now winter and hopefully the fights have cooled down along with the temperature (pardon the pun), however this doesn’t mean that you can forget about your system. With this in mind and the importance climate change coming to the forefront of conversations a team of researchers have revealed that they have found a way to cool a room without increasing demands in time for next summer.

The team that have come up with this new system have said that in the USA alone, 15 per cent of the energy used in buildings is spent running air conditioning systems. As it is likely that air conditioning systems are only run during the summer months this seems like a reasonable percentage however, there is a huge amount of electricity generated from coal based power plants which in turn creates a lot of carbon emissions. Continue reading

4 Types of Cooling Systems

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These days, especially in hotter countries, everyone needs air conditioning units. Air conditioning varies and you can get portable units or fit units into your home. All air conditioning units use the same elements in each system including a compressor, expansion valve, evaporator coil, condenser and a refrigerant. In this blog G T Refrigeration explains the different types of air conditioning. Continue reading