The AC-Enhancer


The Standard Un-Enhanced System:

The most inefficient time in the operation of an air conditioning system is the start-up time. The more the system starts and stops the less efficient it will be. For the average system it takes between 8 to 10 minutes of operation for the system to reach its peak operating efficiency and its peak dehumidification capacity. The other problem is when the air conditioner stops the inside coil is saturated with moisture. Some of this moisture runs off, but a lot of it stays on the coil, up to 3 gallons on some new high efficiency coils. When the air conditioner comes back on and the fan starts blowing the warm air across this warm, wet coil, the moisture is re-evaporated back into the house. This greatly reduces the moisture removal capacity of the Air Conditioning system. It then takes about 8 minutes of operation to get the coil cold and moist to start the dehumidification process. This is very inefficient.

Most Manufacturers have variable speed units with what they call an "Enhanced Mode" that runs the blower at a reduced speed for 8 ½ minutes every time the system starts. This time is not adjustable and in humid climates will cause the unit, ductwork, and grilles to condense water and sweat. Plus in most cases it forces the fan to run at the end of the cooling cycle, re-evaporating moisture from the coil back into the living space. It also starts the fan at the same time as the condenser so you still have the problem of re-evaporating the moisture off the coil back into the space at start-up.

This is unacceptable.

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