Monday, May 28, 2012

Air conditioner

  • Southern California Gas Co. is trying out an unusual new technology that uses the sun's rays to provide air conditioning as well as power.
  • (Los Angeles Times)
  • Federal regulations have turned what was a commonly available air conditioning system refrigerant into a scarce resource. Angies List has details on the issue and suggestions for those affected.
  • (YAHOO!)
  • MovinCool® announced that it has updated its online spot air conditioner product selector to include the company's latest ceiling-mount and water-cooled units, in addition to its other portable air-cooled models.
  • (Financial Post)
  • View slideshow: Gullah Festival in Beaufort One womans home flooded, not due to hurricane force winds, but an overflowing air conditioner that drained inside the house rather than outside, soaking the floors and baseboards.
  • (Examiner)
  • CORPUS CHRISTI - Thieves stole an air conditioning unit from a Padre Island townhouse complex early Wednesday morning. They may have taken more if a nearby resident Dale Coretsch hadnt been woken up by his barking dog.
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  • Better to find out now that you have a faulty air conditioner, roof leak, or deck in need of refinishing than to later disrupt the more pleasurable pursuits of summer.
  • (FOX News)
  • The chairman of the 45,000-employee corporation based in Osaka, Japan, also hinted that the company is considering Decatur for an air-conditioner plant. Daikin is the largest producer of air conditioners in the world, recently surpassing U.S.-based Carrier.
  • (Times Daily)
  • At this point, my dad chipped in with a path-breaking idea-to make an air cooler that looked like an air conditioner, as compact but better looking.
  • (Economic Times)
  • FLINT, MI – A man was arrested for stealing metal from the roof of a business on Thursday, according to police. Metal from rooftop air conditioners has been stolen from a number of Flint businesses in recent months.
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  • The air conditioner in my house is this sort of E-flat, the hiss of unconnected electronics, the buzz of a halogen lamp… To be clear: we're not talking about bagpipes or Byzantine chants.
  • (Daily Telegraph Blogs)

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