How Does The ZERO BREEZE Mark 2 Work?

How does ZERO BREEZE Mark 2 work
portable air conditioner
Is the ZERO BREEZE Mark 2 a real air conditioner❓
This is the question we’ve been asked since day one. The answer is YEEES! It is a real compressor driven air conditioner. ❄️

As with any other AC, the Mark 2 works by turning hot air to cold air and transferring the unwanted heat outside.

It makes use of a special cooling agent known as 'refrigerant', and has three main mechanical components: a compressor, a condenser coil and an evaporator coil. These components work together to convert the refrigerant from liquid to gas and back again.

When hot air is drawn in by a centrifugal fan and flows over the evaporator coils, the refrigerant absorbs heat from the hot air when changing from liquid to gas and cooled air is blown out. The compressor raises the pressure of the refrigerant gas and creates unwanted heat. All the extra heat created by compressing the gas is then evacuated to the outdoors with the help of the condenser coils, and a second fan. As the gas cools, it changes back to a liquid, and the process starts all over again.

The compressor-based cooling is by far the most energy efficient way of cooling. A well-designed compressor based system will use 30% to 35% less power than the equivalent thermoelectric system.

The Mark 2 adopts a re-engineered miniature compressor to make sure the unit consumes less energy to produce more cold air.

Got questions?
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    @Peter There are two air intakes in this system. The front intake functions similarly to the return air in a house, continuously reconditioning the air inside the space to reduce humidity levels. On the other hand, the rear intake pulls in outside air specifically for the heat exchange process. By doing so, the unit avoids depleting the conditioned air from the room and expelling it outside.

  • Peter

    We are very interested in this product for our tear drop. Ive watched video on YouTube and it looks like people install this in an ineffective way. So questions, why are you pulling outside air in? Shouldn’t the back intake be inside the cooling space?

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