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Fixed-Speed Vs. Inverter

The difference is the way the compressor system operates.

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A fixed-speed system takes longer to lower the temperature of a room, as the compressor works at the same speed. This means that the room tends to  be over-cooled. Furthermore, a fixed-speed compressor works on an on/off system, resulting in a drastic change in temperature.

This causes the following disadvantages:

  • A feeling of discomfort due to the rapid temperature fluctuations of the on/off compressor.
  • Energy is wasted every time the system is triggered to switch itself back on.








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The inverter system continuously changes the compressor revolution speed. By increasing the compressor speed, a room’s temperature can be instantly lowered. It will automatically slow down once the room is cooled.

The benefits are:

  • A more comfortable environment without unnecessary temperature fluctuation.
  • High energy savings as the compressor does not have to keep restarting.