Posted by John on September 5th, 2008
Since you can’t be in two places at once, why waste electricity and money to cool down unoccupied rooms?
Amcor portable air conditioners easily roll from room to room, eliminating the need for multiple air conditioners.
Portable air conditioners, also known as spot coolers or swamp coolers, are much easier to install than window units. Simply clip the exhaust tube to the window kit, place it in a window, and close the window. Read more about spot coolers
Posted by John on August 12th, 2008
The Internet sure does produce a lot of heat!
If you’re building a new computer server room or expanding or upgrading an existing one, you’ll likely need some extra cooling power. As servers work harder, they produce more heat, which can easily overwhelm a building’s HVAC system and damage sensitive equipment. To combat this problem, most server room technicians invest in portable air conditioners.
A portable air conditioner, or spot cooler, is the best choice for server rooms because it doesn’t have to be permanently installed. If your company moves, it’s easy to take the air conditioner with you. Also, you can move them around to spot cool specific servers. Read more about the best portable air conditioners for server rooms
Posted by John on July 30th, 2008
If you can’t stand the heat, don’t get out of the kitchen. Get a portable air conditioner instead! PACs, or spot coolers, have been around for a while, but their popularity has soared in recent years due to their convenience, versatility, and energy efficiency.
Here are the top five benefits of owning a portable air conditioner: Read more about portable air conditioners
Posted by John on July 19th, 2008
ConsumerSearch recently released its guide to the best portable air conditioners, and I’m excited to report the results. But first, let’s review the basics:
What is a Portable Air Conditioner?
Portable air conditioners, also known as spot coolers or sometimes swamp coolers, can be moved from room to room to cool and dehumidify the air. They are freestanding, mobile, and convenient – ideal for apartments and other locations where you cannot install a window unit. Read more about portable air conditioners