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This Air Conditioner May Help You Save Money On Electricity

Don't underestimate the power of inverter technology, which can save you money in the long run

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We all know that air conditioners are energy-sucking monsters, with the air conditioner or heater consuming the most watts per hour worldwide. But with our hot and humid climate, getting an air conditioner is inevitable, or rather, essential. What could we do?

Appliance brand Fujidenzo recently launched a line of affordable, quality HD Premium Inverter Air Conditioners that would prove to be a godsend for our humid climes. Fujidenzo’s product training manager Ryan Mistades shares with us some tips for choosing energy-efficient ACs:


Go for inverter technology

“Usually ang mga bagong air con ay may inverter technology, but we use Premium Inverter Technology (P.I.T.),” says Ryan. “For others na may inverter technology lang, they can save up to 30 to 40 percent of energy. But with out P.I.T., we can save up to 60 percent of the energy.”

Choose an AC with eco-friendly features

The Fujidenzo AC uses R32 and R410A refrigerants, which are non-CFM and don’t affect the ozone layer. Ryan also explains that their R401A refrigerant can remove heat faster than the other refrigerants in the market, which means the AC doesn’t have to exert as much power to cool down a room.

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The AC must adjust to the needs of the room

“Our air conditioner uses an auto function…that automatically detects the temperature inside the room, so that it can adjust automatically to the number of persons inside. So kung na-sense niya na may added heat load sa loob ng kuwarto, it can adjust automatically to the needs ng kuwarto.”

Change your old air conditioner

Is your AC more than 10 years old? Then Ryan says you should update it.  “I’d highly suggest that they switch to inverter air conditioners, because this new technology of air conditioners can truly save energy, compared to the old type of air conditioners (we call the non-inverter air conditioners), they only use fixed heat. So regardless if there are more persons inside, or na-reach na ang tamang temperature, this old air conditioner uses a fixed speed. So they only produce electricity at a fixed speed.”

READ:  Do Old Air Conditioners Consumer More Electricity?

Fujidenzo HD Premium Inverter Air Conditioners are available at leading appliance stores nationwide, or visit the Exactech website, follow them on Facebook, or drop by their showroom at 22 D. Tuazon St. cor. L. Castillo Sts., Quezon City.

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