A com­fort­able micro­cli­mate in res­i­den­tial premis­es is one of the most impor­tant con­di­tions for nor­mal human life. The air must be clean and fresh, and the tem­per­a­ture and humid­i­ty must com­ply with cer­tain para­me­ters. Oth­er­wise, well-being will suf­fer, and over time — and health in gen­er­al.

It is pos­si­ble to cre­ate and main­tain cer­tain micro­cli­mat­ic con­di­tions with the help of var­i­ous house­hold appli­ances, which today have firm­ly entered our every­day life. These include:

  • dehumidifiers/humidifiers;
  • boil­ers;
  • radi­a­tors;
  • var­i­ous air clean­ers;
  • ion­iz­ers;
  • fans;
  • heat­ed tow­el rails;
  • air wash­ers and oth­er devices.

Mobile air conditioner in the interior

Sep­a­rate­ly, it must be said about the air con­di­tion­ers. These are units that allow you to main­tain a giv­en tem­per­a­ture in res­i­den­tial and com­mer­cial premis­es. Today, experts from the Ven­con online store would like to draw your atten­tion to portable vari­eties. If you are won­der­ing why you need it and how to choose a mobile air con­di­tion­er, we sug­gest that you read this arti­cle.

Where can a mobile air conditioner come in handy?

Today, the cli­mate tech­nol­o­gy mar­ket can offer the con­sumer a wide selec­tion of air con­di­tion­ers: monoblock, split and mul­ti-split sys­tems.

All air con­di­tion­ers dif­fer from each oth­er in terms of pow­er char­ac­ter­is­tics, instal­la­tion method, com­pres­sor type, etc. Each of them is an ide­al device for solv­ing some spe­cif­ic prob­lems. For exam­ple, an indus­tri­al air con­di­tion­er with large dimen­sions would be inap­pro­pri­ate in an office space. A split sys­tem with a small mar­gin of pow­er will not cope with the cool­ing of a large liv­ing room in a pri­vate house.

Where is a mobile air con­di­tion­er use­ful? This mir­a­cle of tech­nol­o­gy, as a rule, is used in every­day life for cool­ing apart­ments, rooms or util­i­ty rooms in the coun­try, in a pri­vate house. Some­times such devices can be found in:

  • kinder­gartens;
  • med­ical insti­tu­tions;
  • beau­ty salons;
  • work­shops;
  • sana­to­ri­ums.

Rec­om­mend prod­uct

Mobile air con­di­tion­er Cooper&Hunter CH-M10K7S


Not avail­able


Fre­on:
R‑32 |


Air con­di­tion­er type:
mobile |


Room area, m²:
25 |


Heat­ing pow­er, kW:
2.90 |


Cool­ing pow­er, kW:
2.90 |

Cooper&Hunter CH-M10K7S ana­logues avail­able

Where can a mobile air conditioner come in handy?

The main advan­tages of a mobile air con­di­tion­er include sim­plic­i­ty of design, ease of con­nec­tion and the abil­i­ty to quick­ly move.

As a rule, in an apart­ment such a device is installed in the hottest room in sum­mer and in the cold­est room in win­ter. Of course, if such a device has a heat­ing func­tion.

Some­times a mobile air con­di­tion­er is the only option. If we are talk­ing about build­ings that have his­tor­i­cal val­ue, then plac­ing an out­door unit of an air con­di­tion­er on their facades is inap­pro­pri­ate.

Also, a mobile air con­di­tion­er will be a real sal­va­tion in the sum­mer heat in rent­ed hous­ing, in a stu­dent dor­mi­to­ry room, in an office, a flower shop.

What is the basis of the work of mobile air conditioners?

Struc­tural­ly, the mobile air con­di­tion­er is a monoblock device. In one case (unlike split sys­tems) both the evap­o­ra­tor and the con­denser are enclosed. They are sep­a­rat­ed from each oth­er by a par­ti­tion. Also, such devices have an air duct that needs to be brought out through a hole in a win­dow or door — it is nec­es­sary to remove warm air.

What is the basis of the work of mobile air conditioners?

After being con­nect­ed to the net­work, the fan unit begins to take warm air into the device, where it is cooled on the evap­o­ra­tor. Ther­mal ener­gy is trans­ferred to the heat exchang­er, after which it is dis­charged to the out­side through the air out­let.

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How to choose the right mobile air conditioner?

When choos­ing both a mobile and a sta­tion­ary air con­di­tion­er, the first thing you need to pay atten­tion to is the area of ​​​​the room that it is able to cool. This infor­ma­tion is writ­ten in the tech­ni­cal para­me­ters of the device.

It should be borne in mind that man­u­fac­tur­ers always indi­cate the area of ​​u200bu200bthe room, tak­ing into account the fact that it is emp­ty. In prac­tice, in any room there is fur­ni­ture, house­hold appli­ances, equip­ment, etc. There­fore, you need to select an air con­di­tion­er with a pow­er reserve.

Among house­hold mobile air con­di­tion­ers, there are mod­els that can cool rooms up to 40–45 m². Their pow­er is 4 kW.

The most pop­u­lar mod­els are air con­di­tion­ers that effec­tive­ly cool small rooms of 20–35 m². The pow­er of such devices does not exceed 2–3 kW.

When cal­cu­lat­ing pow­er, you can use an approx­i­mate for­mu­la: for every 10 m² of area you need at least 1 kW of pow­er.

How to choose the right mobile air conditioner?

It is impor­tant to con­sid­er that the actu­al per­for­mance of the device is reduced by the holes that remain between the air out­let and the win­dow (or door). To elim­i­nate the loss of cooled air, you need to choose a mod­el with spe­cial noz­zles on the pipe, under which a hole of the appro­pri­ate size is made in the win­dow. After seal­ing the cracks, the per­for­mance of the air con­di­tion­er will cor­re­spond to the declared one.

What else influences the choice of a mobile air conditioner?

When choos­ing a mobile air con­di­tion­er, you need to pay atten­tion to the noise that it makes dur­ing oper­a­tion.

An equal­ly impor­tant para­me­ter for choos­ing a mobile air con­di­tion­er is the type of refrig­er­ant used. The most envi­ron­men­tal­ly friend­ly devices today are those that work on fre­on R410A

Since a mobile air con­di­tion­er is installed indoors, you need to select a device that har­mo­nious­ly fits into the inte­ri­or design.

Rec­om­mend prod­uct

Mobile air con­di­tion­er Midea MPPD-09CRN1


Not avail­able


Fre­on:
R‑410A |


Air con­di­tion­er type:
mobile |


Room area, m²:
25 |


Cool­ing pow­er, kW:
2.64 |

Where to install a mobile air conditioner?

Before you decide which air con­di­tion­er you need, con­sid­er where you will place it.

Cal­cu­late the instal­la­tion loca­tion of the air con­di­tion­er so that you can con­nect the device to the out­let — this is the time. And at the same time, there should be no more than 1.5–2 m to the near­est win­dow or door — this is nec­es­sary in order to bring out the duct with warm air.

A mobile air con­di­tion­er is a unit that resem­bles a small cab­i­net in shape. Such units are installed exclu­sive­ly on the floor — they can­not be mount­ed on the wall.

Where to install a mobile air conditioner?

There should be no obsta­cles in the form of large fur­ni­ture in the way of the air con­di­tion­er — the air must cir­cu­late freely.

Inverter or conventional — what to choose?

The answer to the ques­tion of which mobile air con­di­tion­er to choose is large­ly deter­mined by the goals and objec­tives that you plan to solve with its help.

If you plan to use the device from time to time, while you have a lim­it­ed pur­chase bud­get, then you can choose an air con­di­tion­er with a con­ven­tion­al com­pres­sor.

If the ser­vice life of the device, its ener­gy effi­cien­cy is more impor­tant for you, then you should take a clos­er look at invert­er-type air con­di­tion­ers.

The main dif­fer­ence between invert­er devices and con­ven­tion­al ones is that they work dif­fer­ent­ly. When turned on, such an air con­di­tion­er oper­ates at the max­i­mum pos­si­ble pow­er, try­ing to quick­ly reach the spec­i­fied micro­cli­mat­ic para­me­ters. As soon as the room tem­per­a­ture drops to the set tem­per­a­ture, the device switch­es to ener­gy-sav­ing mode and main­tains the achieved tem­per­a­ture val­ues.

Con­ven­tion­al air con­di­tion­ers oper­ate cycli­cal­ly: they turn on and off. At the same time, work is always car­ried out at max­i­mum pow­er, which accel­er­ates the wear of the com­pres­sor.

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Additional features that may be useful

You can pick up a device with very use­ful built-in func­tions. For exam­ple, there are mod­els equipped with a timer. The con­trol of such air con­di­tion­ers can be auto­mat­ed by set­ting the on and off times.

Additional features that may be useful

As not­ed above, mobile air con­di­tion­ers are nois­i­er than the same split sys­tems. If you plan to place such a device in the bed­room, it is advis­able to choose a mod­el with the “night mode” func­tion. When switch­ing to it, the air con­di­tion­er will work much qui­eter, with­out inter­fer­ing with rest.

Dur­ing the off-sea­son, the tem­per­a­ture in the liv­ing quar­ters becomes uncom­fort­able, and you still don’t want to use heat­ing appli­ances. In this case, a mobile air con­di­tion­er with a heat­ing func­tion will help out great.

If the air con­di­tion­er has a heat­ing func­tion (heat pump mode), then the device can be oper­at­ed at a tem­per­a­ture not low­er than 0–5 C. Some devices are equipped with elec­tric heaters — such air con­di­tion­ers do an excel­lent job of heat­ing the air at any tem­per­a­ture.

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When think­ing about which mobile air con­di­tion­er to choose, you need to think about the pres­ence of an air purifi­ca­tion func­tion. In such devices, it is not as devel­oped as in split sys­tems, but it is also present.

For exam­ple, the coarse air clean­ing func­tion is avail­able in all mobile units. It is pre­sent­ed in the form of a fine-grained poly­mer mesh through which the air flow pass­es. In some mod­els, the func­tion of clean­ing the air from fine par­ti­cles is pro­vid­ed.

It is con­ve­nient when the air con­di­tion­er is equipped with a restart mode. If there is a pow­er out­age in the net­work, the device will turn off, but as soon as the pow­er is restored, the unit will auto­mat­i­cal­ly start.

Some mod­els have an air­flow con­trol func­tion. In such air con­di­tion­ers, the blinds can be rotat­ed in a giv­en direc­tion, chang­ing the angle of the cooled air sup­ply.

Our online store has a large selec­tion of prod­ucts — here you can buy a mobile air con­di­tion­er from trust­ed brands: Ardesto, Car­ri­er, Cooper&Hunter, Elec­trolux, Neo­cli­ma, Zanus­si. To com­plete the pur­chase, you need to add the select­ed items to the cart and con­firm the order. If you have any ques­tions, please con­tact the store man­agers by call­ing one of the num­bers list­ed on the site. We will show you how to make the right choice of a mobile air con­di­tion­er or oth­er cli­mate equip­ment, we will advise on oper­a­tion and main­te­nance.


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