What is the best temperature of the air conditioner? The air conditioner helps us to overcome the hot days and sultry summer. And 'Simply set the desired temperature and the unit will begin to carry out its work, adjusting the humidity and the temperature of the indoor environment. The climate control system allows to obtain an optimum indoor climate for the well being of the body and often reduces the suffering summer of older people. Especially in the cities and in the urban environment. And 'more appropriate not to overdo it with the air conditioning and avoid setting too low temperatures. In addition to increased power consumption, temperatures are too low may cause damage to health.
What is the optimum temperature for the house?
The optimum temperature at home can be between 26-28 ° C in summer and 19-20 ° C in winter. The difference of the range is easily explained. In the summer months we usually use light clothing (t-shirt, shorts, shirts) and an internal temperature of 25-28 ° C is more than enough to make us feel good. The same welfare as we get it in the winter with a lower temperature, around 20 ° C, due to heavier clothing (sweaters, shirts, sweaters intimate wool) that we used to wear in the cold months. Clearly, each person perceives the heat and it is impossible to make a general discussion. In any case, an internal temperature of the house of about 27 ° C in summer days should be more than enough not to suffer the heat to most people.
Temperature and energy consumption
When we set the air conditioning at a temperature of cooling below 25 ° C in the summer, we force the unit to work longer and with fewer pauses, to achieve and maintain the climate by us for your home. This results in a greater consumption of electrical energy and in a higher electricity bill to pay. Increase even to a degree the temperature inside the air conditioner can save you many tens of Euros in the bill. The same applies in the winter months if the air conditioner also acts as a heat pump. Fix a higher heating temperature of 20 ° C does not greatly increase the perception of being in the home but certainly pushes up energy consumption and your electricity bill.
Temperature variations and health risk
When the temperature of the interior of a house is very different than the outside temperature, the temperature differential can cause health risks. E 'enough to leave the house, change the room or go for a moment on the balcony and there, to feel a sense of discomfort and risk damage to health, even serious for the elderly and children. The human body can not always tolerate the sudden transition from one temperature to another. Sudden changes in temperature can cause very serious damage to health, especially for the elderly and children, whose body is not able to deal with similar adaptation efforts. E 'advisable to make sure that the temperature difference between the internal and external environment is within 5 ° C. The lower temperature difference also helps to reduce the energy consumption of the air conditioner and therefore also your electricity bill. An advantage for health and for your wallet.
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