You need Zero Breeze portable air conditioner if you have to shift your air conditioner from one place to another.
When you need cooling or you cannot install traditional air conditioners because of impracticality or cost. Portable air conditioner is great solution. Portable air conditioners can be move from room to room. They do not require permanent installation. All you need to do to make sure portable air conditioner works properly is vent it through window or wall. The maintenance on portable air conditioners is almost as easy as the set up and operation. Of course, to operate a portable air conditioner the initial venting must be done. This means venting the exhaust hose with venting kit. This usually comes included with portable air conditioner when it is purchased and can be slid into window. If venting through a window is not possible, then venting through wall is also acceptable.
Maintenance of portable air conditioner:
Water drainage is also an important component of portable air conditioner maintenance. Portable air conditioners cool and remove water from the air. They use some of the water to cool the unit. This makes the entire process of cooling more efficient. Portable air conditioners deal with excess water in various ways. Some of them collect the water into buckets that need to be emptied regularly. Amount of water in bucket depends on climate conditioner and amount of time the portable air conditioner is in operation. Some units use a self-evaporating technology so that most of the excess water is expended with the hot air discharge. Most air conditioners can support a drain hose so that water can be drained continuously. There are condensate pumps that move drained water through hose that is directed outside or to drain pump located inside. This helps the portable air conditioner with the cooling process.
How to clean it?
Another important factor to consider when performing maintenance on your air conditioner is cleaning and replacing air filters. There are washable filters that remove particulates from the air. Some portable air conditioners have built-in air purifiers that include ionizers for particles and carbon filters for gas control. To maintain an allergy-free, healthy, breathable environment and a properly functioning unit, filters need to be clean and changed regularly. Depending on use, you will need to change or clean the filters on a monthly or bi-weekly basis. For washable filters simply slide the filter out, immerse it in warm water with mild detergent and rinse thoroughly. Before putting it back into the unit. Carbon filters will need to be replace according to the manufacturer’s directions (usually every few months or so. Housing of your portable air conditioner needs to be clean as well. If air conditioner is clean, the air volume increases.
To clean housing of your unit, wipe surface with a soft, damp cloth after you have turned the unit off. You should never use abrasive chemicals because this can result in scratches and damage to portable air conditioner housing. It is also important to keep unit out of direct sunlight because this can change surface color of unit’s body.