Samsung Midwall Wind Free 18000btu
To begin with our Samsung Midwall Wind Free 18000btu – NEW! Samsung Premium ‘Wind Free’ Digital Inverter Midwall Split range
Samsung takes the lead yet again with a new range of Digital Inverter Splits.
A 2-step Cooling mode first cools air rapidly in Fast Cooling Mode.
Then automatically changes to Wind-Free mode as soon as the pre-set temperature is reached.
Cool air is gently dispersed through 21 000 micro air holes, eliminating unpleasant direct draughts.
And thanks to Samsung’s Digital 8-Pole Inverter, up to 68% of energy is saved.
As compared with conventional non-inverter airconditioners.
An ultra-wide filter captures 99% of ultra-fine dust, while Virus Doctor technology reduces airborne bacteria and viruses by up to 99%.
Finally, Samsung’s Digital Wind-Free splits are Smart Wi-Fi enabled for maximum convenience.
The perfect units for those who demand the best in airconditioning. Sold and supported nationwide by Fourways Airconditioning South Africa.
The case for air conditioners:
From the old window-rattler kind, to a ducted unit, to a portable one, to a modern split system one.
And to the more exotic evaporative kinds, modern air conditioners have been in our lives for around 100 years.
Once installed, air conditioners are a great way to keep cool while sinking back a beer on a Sunday afternoon watching test cricket.
During a heat wave, you will probably notice hermit-like behaviour on your behalf.
Coming out of your chilled room only for snacks, drinks and for toilet breaks.
It doesn’t have to be like this though.
While this scene is common for window and split system air conditioner users.
Where effectively only one room is chilled.
Ducted air conditioners have the ability to cool a whole house.
And some have ‘zoning’ capabilities where you can make one room cooler than the other.
This works especially well for apartment buildings
Also chances are in an apartment you already have ducted air conditioning.
For maximum chill factor, you simply cannot beat an air conditioner on a scorching summer’s day.