The Future Of Air Conditioning – Energy Efficient Cooling

Untitled-21On average, Americans spend 11 billion dollars each year on power to run air conditioners alone. Air conditioners take up about 5% of the overall electricity usage throughout the year, which is a huge amount since air conditioners typically aren’t used during the Fall or Winter. For states like Arizona, this amount could be even higher. From an environmental viewpoint, air conditioning produces 100 million tons of carbon dioxide that is released into the air each year. How can we solve this problem?

New Technology

With our ever-expanding world, new technology is constantly being created. One air conditioner contractor and a team of researchers have been working on a form of air conditioning that takes advantage of dry heat and humidity. The main idea behind it for Glendale air conditioner contractors is to allow them to place a system that uses evaporation cooling into the homes of people that require the use of air conditioners on a daily basis. This would prove to be a huge advantage for people that live in states like Arizona, and could further expand into other areas.

How It Works

The new air conditioner works by using two separate air streams. Water passes through one of the air streams to allow it to become cooler and moist. The conditioned air stream will cool itself by not using water.

Using a dessicant, the water is absorbed from the air to allow the system to produce air that is not as moist as what it was on the inside of the machine. This allows for dry air to be produced.


This new form of Glendale Arizona air conditioning could revolutionize the way that homes are kept cool and save several billions of dollars on electricity each year. It would also reduce the negative impact on the environment that is caused each year by traditional air conditioners.

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Temperature Masters
18814 N. 49th Avenue
Glendale, Arizona 85308
Office: 623-535-5512

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