Re-inventing Air Conditioning with Cooling Panels

Air conditioning cannot be made any better in the present day without the use of a square silver panel set. How does it work? Well, Eli Goldstein, The Co-founder of SkyCool Systems knows it all. The instrument is made up of a well-straightened aluminum foil that is expertly joined to a metal frame that pivots the tubes, pipes, and thermometers in place with a core purpose of maintaining the desired temperature.

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The World of Solid-State Refrigeration

Solid State Refrigeration

Thermoelectric cooling is a concept that’s on the rise these days. If you’ve ever heard the term “solid-state refrigerator,” then you may be familiar with the innovative and fascinating concept. Have you ever pictured an electric cooler that’s so small that you can actually keep it in your desk or in in your jacket pocket? If you have, then you may have pictured the idea of a solid-state fridge. Have you ever thought about an electric cooler that’s so convenient that you can actually keep it on your person? If so, ditto. Engineers have massive plans for solid-state refrigerators in the works. They’ve actually even made one already, impressively enough. They’ve created a device that blends together elements of functionality, strong performance and energy-efficiency.

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How Thermoelectric Wine Coolers Work

Thermoelectric

If you love wine, drink wine regularly and/or maintain a collection of wines, eventually you’ll need a safe place to store those precious bottles. A wine cellar is the traditional storage place for wine, but what if you don’t have a cellar? Or the money or space to build a wine cellar? Consider investing in a new take on an old technology: a wine cooler powered by thermoelectric cooling.

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Is Air Conditioning a Fundamental Right of Prisoners?

From time to time, investigative news reports surface describing the sordid details of life behind bars. The stories talk about the poor quality of the food, the antiquated jail cells, and the substandard living conditions most criminal offenders face. Something most people don’t think about, however, is climate control. That is, how are prisons heated during the winter, and are jail cells air conditioned in the summer?

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How the AC has shaped America

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It would be hard to find a business, home, or car without an air conditioning system running. There is no doubt about it, the AC has definitely taken over the country and many places around the world.

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The Best Temperature for Your A/C

What if it were possible to stay fairly cool in the hot months of the year and keep your utility bill low? There has always been this battle for control over the thermostat. One person might consider it to be perfect at 76° F, while another would consider a chiller 70° F as more to their preference when it’s in the low 100’s outside. The problem with these types of disputes is that you can’t very well change the internal temperature or personal preferences of the individual. In these cases, it’s really all about finding a compromise.

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Watchout for Counterfeit Freon

counterfeit Freon in Fort Myers Florida

The most common refrigerant coolant that most air conditioning companies use is becoming harder to find and more expensive. Because of this, there have been more counterfeit refrigerants flooding the air conditioning market over the past few years. Unfortunately, these types of fake refrigerants can pose a huge safety problem for users as they have the potential to completely ruin an air conditioning system.

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Air Conditioning in the Nations Capital

Washington DC Air Conditioning History

When you think about the warmer months of the year in Washington D.C., you may think about long, sunny days and lush, green landscapes. The scorching heat may not cross your mind because you may be accustomed to spending these warmer months indoors where the air is cool and comfortable. However, air conditioning is a relatively new invention, and many older residents in the area still vividly remember the torrid summer days and nights in the nation’s capital.

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Ambi Climate 2: Bringing Air Conditioning into the Future

Ambi Climate

With the rise of the Internet of Things and household smart devices, it seems like every single appliance in our homes is becoming, in one way or another smart. Today, we have everything from smart thermostats, smart refrigerators and smart light bulbs, but what is next? According to Ambi Labs, the answer is smart air conditioning.

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