Best Whynter Portable Air Conditioners: Dual Hose
The following are some of the advantages of using two hoses for your portable air conditioner. You may have heard about these features before, but they might not be so obvious when it comes to choosing between two-hose and single-hose models. Let’s take a look at each one separately…
Dual Hoses – Two Hoses = More Power!
When you use two hoses, you get more power than with just one hose. When you heat up a room with only one hose, it takes longer to reach the desired temperature because there is less space available for cooling. With two hoses, however, you can cool the room faster since there is more space to move around in. A dual-hosed model will also give better performance if both fans are working properly together.
It is true that a single-hosed model will provide better cooling performance, but it won’t do as well as a dual-hosed model. For example, if you want to cool down a small room quickly, then you’ll probably like the idea of having two hoses. If you need to cool off large rooms slowly or even if you don’t mind waiting until the next day, then a single hose portable air conditioner would be fine for your needs.
Be sure to pick up some of the following accessories for your portable air conditioner: Whynter / Icing Vents, Downrods, and Window Inserts. You’ll find that these additions can drastically improve the performance of your appliance. Whynter vents are specially designed to fit inside of your portable air conditioner and they come with a 4-inch flange. This allows you to vent the warm air out of your home or office more effectively.
With the addition of this flange, you can actually place your appliance up to four inches away from the wall and still get the same performance as if it was right up against it! The downrod allows you to raise your unit to a comfortable height. The window insert provides a tight seal for your windows so that hot air doesn’t get in and cold air doesn’t get out.
These are just a few of the many accessories that are available and as you can see, there are some really cool ones that will help you get the most out of your portable air conditioner.
We hope that this article has provided you helpful information on some of our best two-hose models. If you ever need any more information please feel free to contact us!
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