Reconditioned Portable Air Conditioner, Portable Air Con - London and Sussex 

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London Cool specialise in the hire and sale of portable air conditioner equipment to industry and commerce. Our mobile air conditioner range includes units for the climate control of small and large areas. The versatility and reliability of our mobile units, along with the high level of service we provide, are key to our success in the industry. Our staff are fully trained to ensure you receive the correct portable unit(s) at a reasonable cost and for the most appropriate length of rental time or sale.

2.3kW ECOS1 Portable Air Conditioner image
  • Extremely versatile
  • Suitable for most workplace applications
2.6kW PAC 2600 Portable Air Conditioner image
  • Powerful 2.6 kW indoor air conditioner
  • Reliable technology and useful features
3.2kW KY32 / KY32D Portable Air Conditioner and Heater image
  • Modern Design
  • KY32D Model is Multi Function (cooler, dehumidifier, heater and fan)
3.5kW Gree GPH12AL-K3NNA3A Portable Air Conditioner image
  • 5-layer Guard Shield - high load protection - overload protection - anti-freezing protection - refrigerant leakage protection - temperature sensor error protection
4.4kW Denso SF15E MovinCool Portable Spot Cooler image
  • 4.4 kW Spot Cooler
  • Energy efficiency, flexible, versatilde, low maintenance

Air Conditioning

An air conditioner is an appliance, system, or mechanism that is designed to extract heat from an area using a refrigeration cycle. A complete system of heating, ventilation, and air conditioning is referred to as HVAC. Its purpose is to provide comfortable conditions during hot days and nights. Air conditioning units pump out thermostatically-controlled cool air that has been chilled through heat extraction.

Cold Air Outlet Tubes

Portable Air Conditioning units which have flexible cold air outlet tubes are normally called 'spot coolers' and are designed to create an umbrella of cool air. The position of that umbrella is determined by the direction of the flexible cold air outlet tube, often referred to as a nozzle. This unit is ideal for cooling individual work stations or, more especially, critical areas such as IT, Data Centres and Server Rooms. As well as cooling the air, the moisture is re-condensed out of the air and collected in an integral water reservoir that is emptied manually. An automatic condensate pump can be fitted as an extra.

Evaporative Portable Air Conditioners

Evaporative coolers provide a cooling effect by natural evaporation, in the process increasing relative humidity. Fans and air movers increase cooling through air circulation. Evaporative air conditioners do not have a compressor or condenser. Instead, liquid water or ice is poured into a tank and air movement releases this as vapour. Because they do not have a refrigeration circuit, they do not need hoses or pipes, allowing them to be truly portable. These units add humidity and are not suitable for computer, IT or server room applications. In moderate humidity locations there are many cost-effective uses for evaporative cooling, in addition to their widespread use in dry climates. For example, industrial plants, commercial kitchens, laundries, dry cleaners, greenhouses, spot cooling (loading docks, warehouses, factories, construction sites, athletic events, workshops, garages, and kennels) and confinement farming (poultry and dairy) all often employ evaporative cooling.

Hose Exhaust Portable Air Conditioners

Hose systems 'Air-to-Air' and 'Monoblock' are vented to the outside via air ducts. The 'monoblock' version collects the water in a tank or tray and should stop when full. The Air-to-Air version re-evaporates the water and discharges it through the ducted hose and can hence run longer between tank emptying. The hose (s) must discharge outside the area being cooled, via a partially open window or door, or sometimes into a false ceiling. We can provide an installation service to make holes through walls where possible.

HVAC

HVAC stands for 'heating, ventilation, and air conditioning' and is sometimes referred to as 'climate control' and is particularly important in the design of medium to large industrial and office buildings and in marine environments. The three functions of heating, ventilation, and air-conditioning are closely interrelated. All seek to provide thermal comfort, acceptable indoor air quality, and reasonable installation, operation, and maintenance costs. HVAC systems can provide ventilation, reduce air infiltration, and maintain pressure relationships between spaces. How air is delivered to, and removed from spaces is known as room air distribution.

Portable Air Conditioning

Portable air conditioners come in three forms, split, hose exhaust, and evaporative. The main uses/advantages of Portable Air Conditioning are:

  • It is portable, and thus location can be easily changed.
  • Temporary - in areas where air conditioning might not normally be needed, but there is a temporary requirement.
  • Emergency - portable air conditioning units can be supplied as emergency backup, in case of fixed air conditioning failure - especially critical in such areas as IT, Data Centres and Server Rooms.
  • If a permanent solution where fixed air conditioning is not possible.

Split Portable Air Conditioners

A split system has an indoor unit on wheels connected to an outdoor unit via flexible pipes, similar to a permanently fixed installed unit. Split system room Air Conditioners come as either refrigerant based or water cooled.