Inverter vs Non-Inverter Air-Conditioner

The differences between an inverter & non-inverter air-conditioner.

When it comes to cooling and conditioning the air in your home, you want to get the most efficient, eco-friendly and cost-effective air conditioner to make sure you and your loved ones live in comfort and breathe clean, quality air.

Inverter technology is becoming a go-to choice for homeowners today because of their better energy efficiency and reduced noise.

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5 Differences between an inverter & a non-inverter air-conditioner.

  1. Eco Friendly The biggest difference between inverter and non-inverter air-conditioner is the fact that the motor of the inverter compressor has a variable speed. The speed of the non-invertor compressor is fixed. This means that it operates either at full or minimum speed. A censor in the invertor adjusts the power according to the temperature in the room, lowering the electrical consumption and saving energy.
  2. Saving money Due to the sophisticated operational method of the invertor, its compressor does not work at its full capacity all the time. When the speed is lower, the needed energy is lower too and you pay less money for electricity.
  3. More quite sound As the compressor motor of the inverter air conditioner does not turn on and off all the time, but keeps working at low power, the operation is more quite.
  4. Longer life The technology of the inverters not only makes cooling and heating more efficient, but it also makes the air-conditioner life longer.
  5. Faster Cooling/Heating Last but not least, the inverter air-conditioner is able to cool or heat your room faster than the non-inverter. This is due to the fact that in the beginning of the process, the inverter uses more power than the non-inverter and diminish the power when it gets close to the desired temperature.

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