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Minimize Carbon Footprint

Today, it is hard to imagine navigating a summer without air conditioning. We depend on it to cool and climate-control our homes, office buildings, and automobiles for more comfortable living and productive working. For people who have difficulties regulating their body temperature, AC is not a luxury, but a necessity, or even a life saver.That said, we are getting over-reliant on air conditioning, thus contributing an increase of carbon dioxide emissions. If we can’t go without AC, what can we do to minimize the side effects of our AC system?Some tips for you to keep cool in a more sustainable way:♻️Plant more trees around your house or park your car in the shade.Trees can reduce the heat load on a...

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Condensation Water

Like any other AC, the Mark 2 produces water as part of the cooling process.When hot air travels across the cold condense coil inside the unit, it causes condensation(moisture in the air) to form on the coil. The condensation drips off the coil when it accumulates to a certain amount, which is why you see water coming out of the unit.T I P S:Tilt the unit slightly to completely drain the water out of the backside.⁠___Got questions?Leave them in the comment👇 We’ll cover one by one in future posts.With 💙Team Zero Breeze

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Intake Hose Inside Or Outside

Q: Why do you run the intake hose outside to draw in hot air instead of leaving it inside to pull in cold air? Seems more energy efficient to recirculate the cooled air.A: The unit does not draw air from the outside to be used inside the space. It draws air from the outside to cool the condenser of the a/c system then exhausts the same air back outside. The inside air is recirculated through the front evaporator side.If the intake hose is put inside, cooled air will be sucked in and wasted on cooling the condenser. As cooled air is constantly exhausted outside, it’ll create negative pressure and draw hot air into the air conditioned area.Tips:Keep the intake and...

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Save Fuel Reduce Idling

When life on the road gets heated, let the Zero Breeze Mark 2 keep you cool. ⁠⁠According to the U.S. Department of Energy (DOE), each year more than 6 billion gallons of diesel fuel and gasoline are wasted by idling vehicles. (2018) ⁠⁠The Mark 2 AC unit keeps your cab cool without having to idle your engine while you sleep or load. Save you tens of thousands on APU and fuel costs. Reduce engine wear and carbon footprint. ⁠⁠___Got questions?Leave them in the comment👇 We’ll cover one by one in future posts.With 💙Team Zero Breeze

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Cool Capacity

What is the cooling capacity of the Mark 2❓ The Mark 2 A/C is a downsized air conditioner with 2300 BTU, which is approximately 1/4 of the cooling capacity of conventional car AC or rooftop AC.Made for a mobile lifestyle, it differentiates itself in the market with its small size, lightweight, portability, and low power consumption.It cools down a personal space instead of an entire room when the sun is blazing overhead & cools down a queen-sized sleeping area at night.Max 240W power consumption on robust working mode and 120W on sleeping mode. Save energy on space where the temperature doesn't matter.___Got questions?Leave them in the comment👇 We’ll cover one by one in future posts.With 💙Team Zero Breeze

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