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air conditioner

[′er ‚kən′dish·ən·ər]
(mechanical engineering)
A mechanism primarily for comfort cooling that lowers the temperature and reduces the humidity of air in buildings.

air conditioner

A device for providing air conditioning.
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The amended standards for residential central air conditioners are summarized in Table 1 and will take effect on Jan.
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You may have a different type of central air conditioner than we show here--a heat pump system, for example, or a unit mounted horizontally in the attic.
In this article, we'll show you how to clean and maintain your central air conditioner to keep it running efficiently.
DENVER -- Coolerado Corporation, a manufacturer of high-efficiency, clean-tech air conditioners, announced a new central air conditioner sized for homes smaller than 1,500 square feet.
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Our three-year-old central air conditioner doesn't seem to pump enough cold air upstairs to do the job.
com/summer) which allows SCE to turn off participating customers' central air conditioner compressors remotely during a summer power emergency.

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