Aug 29, 2020

‘Cold Tube’ Invented to Beat the Summer Heat More Efficiently Than Air Conditioning

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Chilled panels use less energy than conventional A/C and work in open spaces.

Many people beat the summer heat by cranking the air conditioning. However, air conditioners guzzle power and spew out millions of tons of carbon dioxide daily. They’re also not always good for your health—constant exposure to central A/C can increase risks of recirculating germs and causing breathing problems.

There’s a better alternative, say a team of researchers from the University of British Columbia, Princeton University, the University of California, Berkeley and the Singapore-ETH Centre.

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