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Hiseer 2015 Happy New Year Celebration Activities[ 01-04 15:33 ]
There is a traditional event of Guangzhou Hiseer Air Conditioning Co. Ltd. On the last day of the year, all Hiseer employees will get together and play some games to celebrate the coming new year. On 31th December, 2014, the sun was bright and the breeze was ...
Chilled-water and Cooling-tower AC Units[ 10-19 11:46 ]
Although standard air conditioners are very popular, they can use a lot of energy and generate quite a bit of heat. For large installations like office buildings, air handling and conditioning is sometimes managed a little differently.
Window and Split-system AC Units[ 10-19 11:27 ]
A window air conditioner unit implements a complete air conditioner in a small space. The units are made small enough to fit into a standard window frame.
Air conditioner's cold side[ 10-19 11:24 ]
The cold side of an air conditioner contains the evaporator and a fan that blows air over the chilled coils and into the room. The hot side contains the compressor, condenser and another fan to vent hot air coming off the compressed refrigerant to the outdoors.
The Parts of an Air Conditioner[ 10-19 11:22 ]
Let's get some housekeeping topics out of the way before we tackle the unique components that make up a standard air conditioner. The biggest job an air conditioner has to do is to cool the indoor air.
Air-conditioning Basics[ 10-19 11:21 ]
Air conditioners use refrigeration to chill indoor air, taking advantage of a remarkable physical law: When a liquid converts to a gas (in a process called phase conversion), it absorbs heat.
Air Conditioners History[ 10-19 10:09 ]
The first modern air conditioning system was developed in 1902 by a young electrical engineer named Willis Haviland Carrier. It was designed to solve a humidity problem at the Sackett-Wilhelms Lithographing and Publishing Company in Brooklyn, N.Y. Paper stock at the plant would sometimes absorb moisture from the warm summer air, making it difficult to apply the layered inking techniques of the time.
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