Air Conditioner is a device that can cool a building (or part of a building) by removing heat from the enclosed space and rejecting it outside. Air Conditioners can also operate in the opposite direction, transferring thermal energy from outside using the refrigeration cycle.
The efficiency of an AC is expressed as a coefficient of performance (COP), or seasonal coefficient of performance (SCOP). The higher the number, the more efficient an air con is and the less energy it consumes. Because of their high efficiency and the increasing share of fossil-free sources in electrical grids, heat pumps can play a key role in electrification, the energy transition, and climate change mitigation. With 1 kWh of electricity, they can transfer 3 to 6 kWh of thermal energy into a building.
Warranty: 5 Years
Just for Cooling: yearly
Heating & Cooling: twice a year