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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 new ECS can improve actual fuel consumption of Mobile Air Conditioning systems by 1.
It also offers the most cost-effective transition away from HFC technology because it is highly compatible with current mobile air conditioning technology.
Information presented at MAC Summit '04 will be vital to companies seeking new business opportunities in the international mobile air conditioning market.
Although mobile air conditioning is still an optional item, its market share has reached 90 percent in passenger cars and 70 percent in light trucks in North America.
The Council of State handed down a decision, on 27 August, rejecting the French decision suspending in July the registration of four Mercedes (Daimler Group) models that use a refrigerant in their air conditioning systems that is now banned by the EU directive on emissions from mobile air conditioning (Directive 2006/40/EC, or MAC).
We welcome the engagement of the TCMV in enforcing the EU mobile air conditioning directive," commented Paul Sanders, managing director for fluorines at Honeywell, a supplier to the automotive market.
The company, which specializes in commercial refrigeration, as well as niche applications for industrial process cooling, thermodynamic systems and mobile air conditioning, has more than 1,000 sales points on five continents and three European manufacturing sites.
In mobile air conditioning, energy efficiency and greenhouse gas emissions are the two most important factors.
Plaut: One of the drivers to adopt MPW is the move to R744 coolant in mobile air conditioning systems.
Increased demand for mobile air conditioning systems during the summer boosted revenues at AIM-listed equipment hire group Andrews Sykes in the first half of the year.
On September 6, the German Automotive Association announced that leading European original equipment manufacturers plan to switch to CO2, referred to as R744, replacing the synthetic medium R134a currently used for mobile air conditioning.
The contract has been signed for designing and developing a secondary loop mobile air conditioning system.

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