What is an Inverter?

Energy Saving

Unlike ordinary Conventional air conditioners, inverter air conditioners can control the speed of compressors to adjust cooling and heating. When indoor temperatures reach your desired levels, inverter air conditioners can operate their compressors at low speeds and maintain desired temperatures, thus saving you electricity cost by about 44% compared to conventional.

Powerful Heating Capacity With a wide operating range in both heating and cooling modes, inverter air conditioners will cool or heat your room even in extreme outdoor temperature conditions. Heating can be sustained even when the outdoor temperature is -10°C by Inverter technology.

Pleasant Feeling When the air conditioner is initially activated to either heat or cool, the compressor will operate at maximum speed to reach the desired temperature quickly. Once the desired temperature is achieved, unlike conventional air conditioners that turn the compressor on and off, inverter units adjust and constantly vary the compressor speed to maintain the desired temperature with minimal fluctuation to ensure that your comfort is not compromised.

Quick Cooling & Heating Inverter air conditioners can operate their compressors faster to give them more powerful performance.  This results in being able to attain the desired temperature much faster in both heating and cooling modes than conventional air conditioners.

Quiet Operation Inverter air conditioners are optimally designed to operate with the minimal noise.