What is temperature?
In contrast to air quality and humidity, temperature mainly affects our comfort. As a result, we notice this property of air almost immediately. As soon as it gets cold outside, energy costs shoot up, and when the first rays of sunshine appear, we quickly seek out the cool. So a distinction can be made between cold and warm temperatures. Because everyone is involved in this every day, this characteristic requires the least explanation. However, we would like to explain the various methods of cooling or heating the temperature.
Since 1980, the summer has become almost one and a half degrees warmer.
And the number of summer days is also increasing. We are happy to tell you how you can make your home as pleasant as possible during the warm summer months.
What to do about high temperature in the house?
If you suffer from a high temperature in your home, you can effectively reduce it by using a fan or a mobile air conditioner. To be able to make a good choice between both devices, it is important to know how they work and their main differences.
A fan moves air through the room, reducing the wind chill factor while maintaining the same effective temperature.
Mobile air conditioner
In contrast to a fan, a mobile air conditioner does reduce the effective temperature. The device draws in air, after which heat is extracted from the air by an environmentally friendly coolant (R290). This warm air is then discharged to the outside via an exhaust hose. At the same time, the cold air that remains is dispersed throughout the room.
Cooling on the body
Cooling in room
Circulates the natural air in your home
No attachments required
Low (3 – 50 dB)
Low (2 – 32 Watt)
Light (4,3 – 5 KG)
Mobile air conditioner
Generates cold air by extracting the moisture out of the natural air
Drain hose to the outside
Average (51 – 65 dB)
High (100 – 2000 Watt)
Heavy (24,5 – 33 KG)
What to do about low temperature in the house?
A low temperature in the house can be effectively increased by using a heater. Although the majority of homes today are equipped with central heating, rooms that are less well heated can feel chilly during the cold winter months. For such spaces (think of a basement, garage or attic), a heater can offer a solution. To heat a room you can, depending on the surface, choose a ceramic heater or a convector heater. A convection heater can also be attached to the wall.