The Japanese way to save electricity effectively when using air conditioners and air conditioners
Many people have the habit of adjusting the fan to blow strongly towards a fixed position to get a lot of cold air, but that will be both wasteful and not good for health.
In this case, you should turn on the blower in automatic mode, then the wind will blow up-down, left-right evenly throughout the room and save electricity because the automatic blowing capacity of the fan is smaller than other modes.
Normally, people often have a habit of several months, even a year, to clean and maintain the machine and the air filter.
However, according to the Japanese recommendation, we should clean the air filter 1-2 times a week to ensure stable operation of the device, reduce the capacity burden, thereby saving electricity use. than.
The filter mesh is easy to clean and disassemble, but depending on the material as well as the individual recommendations of each company, you should clean it properly to ensure safety.
Usually we use cold water for gentle washing and do not dry them because it can cause them to deform. When spraying water, also pay attention to spray the right side so that the dirt falls out from the left side of the filter…
In Japan, many people believe that every 1 degree increase in the remote control, the electricity consumption will decrease by 10% and the most appropriate temperature is from 27 to 28 degrees Celsius.
In Vietnam, the recommended suitable temperature is 26 – 27 degrees Celsius due to geographical differences.
The simplest way to reduce the load on the air conditioner is to prevent direct sunlight from shining on the outdoor unit.
In this way, you can reduce the risk of the outdoor unit shutting down because the outdoor temperature is too high, the machine is overloaded, and of course, it saves electricity.
In addition, installing the outdoor unit in a place to avoid rain and direct sunlight but still ensure ventilation is also a way to increase the life of the device.