Local units are ideal for spot cooling. The condenser, compressor and evaporator reside in a compact housing.
The intake air is filtered and dehumidified and resupplied to the room. A flexible air outlet tube guides the heat to the outside. You only have to slightly open a door or a window. The moisture is expelled to the outside through the air aoutlet tube as vaporized condensate water.
These air conditioners consist of units that are located in different places. The condenser unit (outdoor unit) and the evaporator unit (indoor unit) were designed to be separate. The outdoor unit is set up outside, on a balcony, or on the terrace. The two units are connected to one another by a connection line.
The compact air conditioner uses 2-hose technology abd therefore needs no outdoor unit. The air flows through an air duct. The Monobloc air conditioner is flexible in every possible application.
The following rule of thumb applies when calculating the cooling capacity:
Approximately 30 W of cooling capacity are required per cubic meter. The cooling capacity for a room with a surface area of 28 m2 and height of 2.5 m can be calculated as follows:
28 m2 x 2,5 m x 30 W/m3 = 2.100 Watt (2,1 kW)
We recommend that you always calculate the cooling capacity for the room precisely.