Air conditioning cools in summer. Air Conditioning is
equipped with a refrigeration circuit in which a fluid known as "refrigerant"
circulates. This liquid absorbs a certain amount of heat in the room,
then transports it outdoors, leaving the indoor atmosphere cool and comfortable.
Air conditioning heats in winter. In "heating" mode, the cooling cycle is simply reversed. In fact, even when the outdoor temperature is below zero, the refrigerant extracts heat from outdoors and returns it to the room. This is known as reverse cycle air conditioning.
Reverse cycle air conditioners are extremely versatile and energy efficient. For heating, reverse cycle is up to three times more efficient than any other system, including gas.
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