Although inverter air conditioning is more expensive than non-inverter air conditioning, given the situation of the South African electricity infrastructure, it is a worthwhile investment to consider. The key distinction is that an inverter air conditioner uses a fixed speed compressor to deliver a fixed quantity of power. The compressor's speed varies to provide the precise cooling or heating power necessary.
Inverter air conditioning has a lot of advantages:
It is up to 40% less expensive to run because it uses less energy.
Quickly reaches the correct temperature
The startup time is lowered by 30%.
When running, it is much quieter.
As a result of the lack of temperature swings, the level of comfort is maximized.
There are no voltage peaks coming from the compressor.
All Samsung inverter air conditioners have heat pumps, which are one of the most energy efficient heating systems available.
What is inverter air conditioning and how does it work?
An air conditioner's cooling or heating capacity is determined by the outside temperature and the amount of heat in the room. The compressor will run at a high speed and increase the amount of refrigerant flow when the cooling or heating capacity needs to be reduced.
When an inverter air conditioner is turned on, the compressor runs at a fast speed to quickly cool or heat the space.