Own An AC? Save Money with Eco Breeze


Will Eco Breeze work with air conditioning?

Absolutely! With Eco Breeze &  air conditioning,  AC runs only during the peak period of the day.  As soon as the outside temperature cools below the inside temperature, Eco Breeze automatically starts pulling in fresh outside air. Using two set points, 80° for Air Conditioning and 70° for fresh air cooling an additional benefit is gained by reducing the heat load stored in the home structure and contents. Not only does this extend the fresh air cooling cycle, it also reduces the indoor temperature below the 80° for a significant portion of the day improving your comfort. Eco Breeze uses 92% less energy than air conditioning.

You are going to save money, cut down air conditioning run time and extend the life of your AC. You are bringing free fresh air into your home, EPA studies find air is 2 to 5 times more toxic inside than out even in cities. Help save the environment, by maximizing fresh air cooling cut down on green house gases.

Cool or Off. Wish your air conditioner had a setting for fresh cool outside air? It can. Set your cooling to Eco Breeze!

Saving with Fresh Air Cooling & AC

hybrid coolingYou will increase your comfort and decrease your cost by taking advantage of two temperature settings. The thermostat setting will turn on the air conditioner on hot days and should be set to the maximum indoor temperature. Eco Breeze can be set to a lower temperature. Eco Breeze will seamlessly operate between the two set points providing lower indoor temperatures and increasing comfort without the cost of air conditioning. Increasing the difference between the two settings will increase the savings. Eco Breeze fits in a window, is easy to install and operate, and uses 92% less energy than air conditioning.

 

Air Conditioning Only

summer air conditioning usageThis graph shows typical Air Conditioner operation with the thermostat set at 80°F. It will provide cooling as required for 24 hours a day. The cooling load will peak at mid day and decline at night as the sun sets.  The other heat sources, such as people, appliances, lighting, and residual heat load stored in the walls and roof from the sun will still require the Air Conditioned to operate even as the outdoor temperature drops below the 80° set point.