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Window type Air Conditioners Vs Split Unit type. Comparison!

Discussion in 'Tech, Gadgets & Science Forum' started by Soki, Mar 1, 2011.

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    Soki JF-Expert Member

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    Nasikia AC za split unit ni energy saver kuliko ile aina nyingine ya split unit. Wengine wanasema Window type ni durable kuliko split units. Je zinaweza kulinganishwaje in terms of power consumption, durability, price, etc. Mimi natumia window type na ninawaza kununua split unit. Na ofisi ya mita 4 kwa 4 (upana kwa urefu) inahitaji kiyoyozi cha power gani? Naomba msaada kwa mwenye uelewa wa vifaa hivi
     
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    Split unit a/c window a/c

    silent noisy
    indoor & outdoor unit both in one place

    more space less space

    if cooling power(btu) is the same ,energy usage will be the same.
     
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    Soki JF-Expert Member

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    Asante Mkuu. Lakini ikiwa power (btu) zikiwa sawa, power consumption inakuwa the same, SASA HOJA YA KWAMBA SPLIT UNITS ZINA SAVE ENERGY INAKUJAJE?
     
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    split z best,les noisy.
     
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    Soki JF-Expert Member

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    What about power consumption?
     
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    Soki JF-Expert Member

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    I mean which one is more economical in terms of running costs
     
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