Operating on years of experience as "indoor environmentalists," New Jersey-based American Comfort Worldwide carries a full line of portable ACs that keep your space cool, dry, and comfortable. Similar in form, function, and price to the popular Amcor portable air conditioners (now discontinued), these units use innovative AutoDrain Technology, which automatically removes condensation build-up and eliminates the need to drain condensation manually. American Comfort also offers carbon filters that absorb odors so your home feels cool and smells fresh.
American Comfort Picks Up Where Amcor Left Off
Following Amcor's dissolution in 2009, American Comfort Worldwide—a leading developer of portable cooling and heating technologies—acquired the remaining Amcor portable air conditioner inventory.
American Comfort portable air conditioners are available in varying BTU capacities and feature a wide range of control features for simple setup and reliable long-term use. Some models also use convenient self-evaporating technology that automatically removes condensate and eliminates your need to empty it manually. Check out our line-up of American Comfort portable air conditioner models in the chart above.
Following in the path of Amcor and its patented NanoMist technology, many American Comfort portable ACs use an auto-draining condensate system that functions almost identically to the Amcor NanoMist system. The new American Comfort AutoDrain technology removes excess water from the portable AC's internal drain bucket and transforms it into a fine mist using a water atomizer. The mist is then vaporized during the hot air exhausting process and expelled outside through a window along with the exhaust. Amcor air conditioner users will appreciate the same NanoMist convenience that American Comfort's AutoDrain system brings.
Need service on an existing Amcor portable air conditioner? American Comfort Worldwide now services Amcor portable ACs. Please call American Comfort customer service toll-free at 1-877-645-0299 with Amcor-related questions.