Ecoer is excited to announce the launch of its new high efficiency central air conditioning and heat pump system. The inverter driven outdoor unit coupled with Ecoer’s exclusive (ESSS) package, insures the highest and most reliable residential HVAC system in the market today. The Ecoer system features high cooling output and best in class low temperature heating capacity with an operating limit down to -22F.
Ecoer’s inverter driven system responds precisely to the heating or cooling load insuring the highest and most optimal energy profile. The inverter driven compressor also insures the lowest inrush power demand with starting current as low as five (5) amps. With nearly an infinite capacity control, Ecoer is able to satisfy applications from one and one-half ton (1 ½) through five tons (5) with only two outdoor units.
Ecoer’s ESSS package is an industry first 4G connected system. With IoT integration, the Ecoer system is always connected and monitored through the cloud. The smart service system connects the outdoor unit to a network through its 4G capability allowing for self-diagnosis and automatic fault prediction and alert technology all of which is made available through your own existing wireless device. This assures equipment reliability with predictive maintenance. The Ecoer ESSS will alert of potential issues before they happen. The ESSS will analyze streaming data from sensors and devices to predict equipment failures before they happen and systematically prevent them before costly repairs are needed.
Ecoer’s outdoor unit may be coupled with its own indoor air handler or mated to nearly any indoor air handler or furnace. With the addition of a heat pump expansion valve, a cooling only system can now be used to provide high quality high output heat. Ecoer’s performance is among the highest in the industry with SEER ratings of eighteen (17.5) to twenty (20) and HSPF rating between nine and one-half (9.5) and ten (10). The condensing unit comes with a 10-year parts warranty and is transferable. Monitoring through our IoT integration is available for the full 10 years.
Ecoer is dedicated to offer high efficiency and affordable air conditioning to every home. Through technical innovations, Ecoer is proud to contribute to a greener society, reducing carbon foot print and helping every home save energy.
Whether in your home or in any commercial area, the AC machine needs regular maintenance to be running in good form. Some common maintenance tips include – cleaning the air filters so that dust and dirt don’t accumulate on them, checking the ductwork, checking the condenser, checking and cleaning the evaporator coils, ensuring there is no deposition of dust, dirt and debris in the outdoor unit of the machine, unclogging the drainpipe so that there is no buildup of water inside, etc. Along with these, it is imperative to get the air conditioner serviced at regular intervals of time, at least once annually.
The average life span of an air conditioner is about 10-15 years. This is with proper care and maintenance and moderate use. However, if you use the machine frequently, almost on a regular basis, and there is no proper servicing and maintenance, it will last for about 8-10 years. Moderate use of the AC improves its longevity almost by 2 times. In many cases, it has been seen that an air conditioner machine has lasted for almost 20-22 years. This is a clear indication that the machine has been serviced and maintained well over the years, and hence, its longevity.
There are mixed reactions from experts on this question. However, most of them opine that it is mandatory to get the air conditioner serviced minimum once annually so that it runs in good condition for a long period of time. Generally, dirt and dust tend to accumulate on the air filters and the condensing coils in the machine. During servicing, these are cleaned so that the efficiency and performance of the machine remain in top form. If not serviced, efficiency drops by almost 5% and the percentage keep on increasing. Ideally, the air filters should be changed every month, which you can do on your own.