Properly use the air conditioner with Dry mode to save electricity
Recently, tutorials on how to save electricity for air conditioners to more than 10 times just by switching from “Cool” mode – cooling mode to “Dry” mode – dehumidifying mode have been shared a lot on the Internet. network, many people follow and say it’s really effective.
Another experience sharing article has tried to follow the above tips, causing the air conditioner in the house to fail in series and think that this is a scam, a prank of the air conditioning repair professionals trying to lure users to damage the machine to earn money. more money.
These conflicting views make consumers really headache and don’t know what to believe. What is the truth for consumers to believe?
In fact, the two modes Cool and Dry serve two different purposes.
While the Cool mode helps to lower the room temperature to cool and maintain that temperature, the Dry mode only performs the dehumidification function, maintaining the current temperature of the room, not cooling. So, the Dry mode is actually somewhat more economical.
When switching to Dry mode, we can also feel a little cooler because the humidity in the room is lowered, making sweat evaporate faster, helping the body to heat up quickly and this effect can only be felt in the morning. The day is cool, the temperature is not high.
As for the fact that Dry mode damages the machine, this is incorrect information because this is actually just a very common and normal function on today’s air conditioners, added by the manufacturer for no reason. Reuse damage your device.
Because the cold room environment is inherently easy to make us dry, we should only use the Dry mode when the humidity in the room is too high such as rainy days (suitable humidity is from 60% to 70%).
In places with low humidity, it is absolutely not recommended to use Dry mode because it can dry out the skin, causing chapped lips and hands and feet. Especially on hot and dry days like the past few days.
Another small note is to flexibly use the modes on the air conditioner according to the function in the manufacturer’s manual and regularly clean the air conditioner so that the machine always works stably and economically. electricity.
A simple example is when you go to sleep, you should use Sleep mode because this mode both helps you sleep comfortably and avoids wasting a lot of power.
With the above information, eLib believes that you are ready to use your air conditioner properly and save more energy!