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Installation Air-condition. Health. Improve Living Conditions. Avoid Cold Draft with Idea "Re".

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Published on Feb 28, 2014

Cold draft is produced by every air-conditioning unit it affects health.
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About idea "Re" Air-condition. Avoid cold draft. Easy and low cost to realize.
As soon room temperature gets above dialed room temperature, cooling with around 18 celsius air kicks in, until programmed temperature is reached again. Causing health hazards.
Cold draft leeds to local cooling of the body. Especially when you asleep and not moving.
Children and the elderly are specially affected by it.
The amount of air speed, turbulences of air and temperature difference of cold and hot air are the factors playing part to produce an unhealthy environment. Which reduces the capability of your immune system and increases likeliness to get viral infections.
The result of cold draft are that you may suffer from rheumatism, arthritis and many other sicks more likely in your life.

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