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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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Unfortunately, LG doesn't have plans to immediately launch its AI-enabled floor-standing air conditioner in the U.
According to 6Wresearch, North Africa Air Conditioner Market is projected to grow at a CAGR of 5.
Trade sources indicates that Chinas air conditioners category is expected to enter years of renewal due to rising replacement demand in China, encouraging consumers to purchase more energy-efficient models.
These projects would add to the growth of centralised air conditioners.
Its Plasmaster Ionizer sterilizes, not only the air going through the air conditioner, but also the entire surrounding.
Finally, where a new air conditioner is purchased and installed by the owner with the written consent of the tenant, the owner may increase the rent by 1/40 of the cost the of the new air conditioner (in buildings that contain 35 or fewer apartments) or 1/60 of the cost of the new air condition (in buildings that contain more than 35 apartments).
Ltd in Suzhou, China, to manufacture residential and light commercial use air conditioners.
The two firms will invest 910 million yuan, or 12 billion yen, to found two joint ventures in Zhuhai, Guangdong Province, in March to produce key components and molds for air conditioners.
will outsource production of low-end, home-use air conditioners for sale in Japan to Gree Electric Appliances Inc.
Not in every case has a new refrigerator, freezer or air conditioner replaced an old unit, but many transactions involve an appliance store or installer removing an old unit for reconditioning or recycling.
If you live in an urban area with a smoggy summer, an air conditioner can reduce your exposure to ozone and other air pollutants.

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