Post rating 2430 Author avatar Gavroshka 23 June 2021

Air conditioning for poor Muscovites)

Not to die in plus 37 in a rented apartment, I have to get kinky. On the left is a fan, on the right - a chair, a basin of water, gauze and a bucket (otherwise the gauze drips on the floor)

P.S. I improved the mechanism a little, and the gauze dried out quickly. And this thing works, even in spite of the growth of humidity in the room. It's much nicer than just under a fan.

P.P.S. Don't get me wrong, I can put air conditioning, but the apartment is rented, and in someone else's apartment to do something - to quickly increase the rent. And the family is going away for the summer, so it's not worth it.

+40 Author avatar doych 23 June 2021
Hide Show +11 Author avatar TolVl 23 June 2021

Fucking funfair, what's that from?

Hide Show +13 Author avatar doych 23 June 2021

It's like 10 years ago it was popular.

Hide Show +9 Author avatar TolVl 23 June 2021

Oh, there you go. Without the label it looked to me like the diameter of a 5 litre water bottle.

Hide Show 0 Author avatar nadmoeuverboi 24 June 2021

I drank it a year ago!

Hide Show 0 Author avatar deji 24 June 2021

Hide Show +2 Author avatar GaldorEril 24 June 2021

you're better off using cold batteries.

Hide Show +6 Author avatar CrashBandicot 24 June 2021

Do they run out fast in the cold?

Hide Show 0 Author avatar GaldorEril 24 June 2021

2 are enough for the night, the kit has 4, 2 are on charge, 2 are in operation

Hide Show +1 Author avatar KA3AHb 24 June 2021

hehe, and the freezer is also in the apartment)

Hide Show -1 Author avatar BlagoyPlebey 24 June 2021

So someone put the experience with temperature measurements. In general all this is yuhnya, self-influence that cooler and no more.

+97 Author avatar boatOV 23 June 2021

If money is, and desire to put split system is not present, then...

Hide Show +54 Author avatar Arochka 24 June 2021

We have just bought a similar one today. What a happiness it is. All the happiest dog lying across the street and staring at this strange noisy thing. Our dog is a furry dog and it has gotten to the point where he has climbed into the bathtub and sat there waiting to be soaked in cold water. This is despite the fact that he usually can not stand washing and even give paws after a walk to wash with an expression of universal sorrow on his face. So, as an emergency solution is a very good thing.

Hide Show 0 Author avatar temachoff 24 June 2021

We have a cat with a blowout like that. We're treating her ears.

Hide Show +26 Author avatar feelReal 24 June 2021

Or we could go to Peter. We have enough humidity for everyone! You can have a great sauna in the heat, the main thing is to cut brooms.

Hide Show +26 Author avatar Mastodontozaurus 24 June 2021

Everything is relative. I am in St. Petersburg now. We walk through it and admire how dry it is here and there is no such infernal humidity as in Guangzhou. And even the wind in the evenings, vashelet!

Hide Show +2 Author avatar PsychoLamb 24 June 2021

It's supposed to rain this weekend. So it won't be dry for long.

Hide Show +1 Author avatar Andrey649 24 June 2021

I just had it dripping in the southwest!!!!!!!

Hide Show +1 Author avatar Tualua 24 June 2021

In Guangzhou it rained for a week after a week with one hell of a heat wave ))))

Hide Show +1 Author avatar Deadpagedream 24 June 2021

Also in St. Petersburg, just flew in. I'm really surprised with this Finnish sauna after 22 degrees in Africa...(

Hide Show 0 Author avatar AShade 24 June 2021

It's not a sauna yet - yesterday it was much worse. And the day before yesterday...

Hide Show 0 Author avatar DrKoh 24 June 2021

After 9 years of living in Shenzhen I was freezing for three summers in Kiev.

Hide Show 0 Author avatar FelixJanssen 24 June 2021

We flew with a colleague to Guangzhou, while we were walking from the plane to the passport control, her straight hair turned into big curls 😁

Hide Show 0 Author avatar mbest7 24 June 2021

Volgograd: you don't know what 200% humidity is)

Hide Show +1 Author avatar Cilim 24 June 2021

There is no special humidity in St. Petersburg, it's like everywhere else. And the heat is the same as everywhere else.

Hide Show 0 Author avatar transcend2gb 24 June 2021

The Terrorist Emergency Response Team is already looking into your application.

Hide Show +12 Author avatar yaragan 23 June 2021

Confirmed, it's working. It's noisy as hell, 40 decibels. But I enjoy the cool comfort. Noise can't be heard by the neighbors, by the way, I checked. But the TV (Youtube) watching headphones.Flat is not tenant, next year I will put the split for quietness.

Hide Show +2 Author avatar Bukabambuka 24 June 2021

Tomorrow I hope to put a multi-split. I have no more power. I know I overpay, but there are two kids at home, one is only 3 weeks old. It is very painful and the mother and the baby. Today we went to the store, he slept great in the car with the air conditioner. The weather in St. Petersburg seems to be falling the other day, but then, the forecast is 28-29 again.

Hide Show +12 Author avatar kitilan 23 June 2021

The noise and efficiency is below Split.

Hide Show +42 Author avatar Cleric812 23 June 2021

It's all true, but better than a rag and a fan. I can't afford a normal air conditioner and this shit really saves the day.

Hide Show +7 Author avatar drwatson32 23 June 2021

Bought one on a rental, now it's on at the cottage. Given that the last time I used it in 2010, and now in 2021 - it was cheaper than digging walls. In his own, yes, put a normal split system, I do not remember when I used to be honest, mostly on the ventilation is burning.

Hide Show 0 Author avatar GrayWolf 23 June 2021

And how do you put it if the windows and frames can not touch?

Hide Show +4 Author avatar drwatson32 23 June 2021

At rented kolhozil window insert made of polycarbonate, at the cottage ordered a type of deaf mosquito net (with a hole under the pipe). In Kastorama even a stocking of what is on the sash, but the insertion of a more convenient

Hide Show 0 Author avatar Yurionius 24 June 2021

Like this. It pumps out a lot of air and in principle you can simply ajar the window, all the same from the streets hot air will be sucked in

Hide Show 0 Author avatar turistik 24 June 2021

Who mainly runs the ventilation?

Hide Show +1 Author avatar Madcat.ua 24 June 2021

It's fine for a rented apartment

Hide Show +2 Author avatar Alex.26 24 June 2021

The price of elephants is going to go up.

Hide Show +1 Author avatar lmnp2 23 June 2021

oh, and I have a counter question, here's the same shit, only that it is outside. say, a balcony without glazing. is there such a thing? and that the rain and the sun did not fear?

Hide Show 0 Author avatar nocknick3 24 June 2021

Look at my comment below - that sounds like what you're looking for.

Hide Show 0 Author avatar javvv 23 June 2021

There was a post a while back with a similar floor standing condo outside under a shed.

Hide Show 0 Author avatar vazuka 23 June 2021

Is that a temporary solution for you? So there are systems that you can put on a balcony and they will blow fresh and cool air all over the rooms. There are also window conditioners, which are installed in the window opening, but we almost never have this type of windows (sliding on the top).

Hide Show -1 Author avatar maimung 23 June 2021

Have you ever studied physics? So you put one of these on the street. Outdoors 40, at home 30, which air to cool faster and more economical? That's why it's easier to take the hot air down the pipe.

Hide Show +3 Author avatar lmnp2 23 June 2021

Or maybe it is easier to bring the cold air into the house through the pipe?

Hide Show +2 Author avatar maimung 23 June 2021

To do that, you have to cool the hot one from the street, like from 40 to 16, and if at home, only from 30 to 16, which is cheaper and more efficient.

Hide Show 0 Author avatar DellMarr 24 June 2021

You know, there's something strange about these devices. We have one at work, and I've seen it on the Internet.


It's cold air coming out of the pipe, but it's a little bit warm from the device itself. And no matter how you set it up, it doesn't work the other way around.

Hide Show 0 Author avatar transcend2gb 24 June 2021

I wonder if the heating mode is on there? I don't know if mobile conditioners have it, but what you described is very similar to it.

Hide Show 0 Author avatar DellMarr 24 June 2021

It was the same at work, too.... I also thought : - Well, what's the point of it?

Hide Show 0 Author avatar sladoshky 24 June 2021

it's noisy, for an apartment is not very suitable, you can use it when there are no people in the room or you have headphones

Hide Show 0 Author avatar enthusasist 24 June 2021

These air conditioners have problems. If you put it in an apartment:



It's very noisy


2. It is difficult to hermetically output the pipe. Either through the window, then firstly the pipe itself is still hot, and secondly, if the kit does not have special shutters, you will have to kohozhivoit. Or through a hole in the wall, but then chose this, as in a rented apartment live.



If you put it on the balcony, the first 2 problems are partially solved, but there is an even bigger problem with the delivery of cold air into the apartment, since most models do not even have a pipe for cold air, and it just goes through the grid

Hide Show 0 Author avatar evg161 23 June 2021

Well such in fact, strongly pulls air into the apartment from the cracks from the street, better than nothing of course, well, or take 9 at least

Hide Show +2 Author avatar kostyanblin 23 June 2021

What kind of 9?

Hide Show +12 Author avatar BOTTEBPOT 23 June 2021

baltika, have you tried it?

Hide Show +1 Author avatar evg161 24 June 2021

It cools fine, I recommend it.

Hide Show +1 Author avatar KumarZaparych 24 June 2021

Cold-productivity in the jargon of air conditioners. Nine is a medium-capacity air conditioner. 7, 9, 12 - household air conditioners from the weakest to quite efficient. There are also commercial units, like 32.

Hide Show 0 Author avatar justmegaman 24 June 2021

Hide Show 0 Author avatar fugam 24 June 2021

What kind of people, can not write normally? What's a 9?)

Hide Show 0 Author avatar evg161 24 June 2021

"nine," a 9000 BTU air conditioner.

Hide Show 0 Author avatar fugam 24 June 2021

Thank you.

Hide Show 0 Author avatar MyPersonalName 23 June 2021

It's good that it pulls, more fresh air.

Hide Show 0 Author avatar PaulReedPunch 24 June 2021

Bullshit, first bought one like this in '10 as it was hard to find a split installer. Everything was feng shui done and the temperature in the room barely dropped 2 degrees in a couple of hours. Hz, of course, maybe over the years technology has moved on a lot, but in those years, the split and it - was incomparable. (Mob was good and expensive).

Hide Show +4 Author avatar arraun 24 June 2021

Either the square footage was wrong or the ducting was shitty. This shit is exactly the same split, just both units in the same housing. And I'll say more, it is in this (similar) kind of air conditioners and originally appeared, so that about stepped technology is laughing. It was much later they came up with the idea to divide them into two units so that they would not make noise in the house.

Hide Show 0 Author avatar PaulReedPunch 24 June 2021

Normally put a duct and the area there in general was ridiculous. Back then everybody ran to buy them and said they were bullshit.


As I remember now I paid 45k for it (the prices were steeply rising back then). Good thing I got it back.

Hide Show 0 Author avatar transcend2gb 24 June 2021

Wiki says that first the split-systems just appeared, but not for a long time and not in masses

Hide Show 0 Author avatar DobroMax1 23 June 2021

I had a small relation to such air conditioners. After half a year of continuous work they die all the time.

Hide Show +4 Author avatar MyPersonalName 23 June 2021

Constant - in you mean if you do not switch them off for half a year? What do they die from?

Hide Show 0 Author avatar DobroMax1 23 June 2021

As I remember, they burn out. But the temperature was very high and I remember it 24/7.

Hide Show +4 Author avatar t9fox 24 June 2021

A miner!!!

Hide Show +4 Author avatar KumarZaparych 24 June 2021

Well, duh, a household appliance was never designed to run 24/7. Try driving cement to a construction site in a Matiz 24/7 and it will die even faster :)


I have three "nightstand" type condensers, they are also mobile in different conditions and have been working for a number of years. The youngest one is from 2012 with R410 (two identical) still alive, I put it straight into the open window - trunk, or rather even duct with hot air to the street, the gap on top was closed with something handy, and the width is just right in the window. From the floor was a great window sash, which does not disfigure anything, is easily removed and put without any coordination, and most importantly pumps fresh air from the street and not sucking from all the slots warm as in the scheme of working with a corrugated tube. On request, I can make a picture.

Hide Show +1 Author avatar CECTP0E6 23 June 2021

My friend on the farm has had such an air conditioner for three years, and it works 24/7 in the summer.

Hide Show 0 Author avatar fugam 24 June 2021

I confirm, great stuff. If my farm could talk, it would thank me).

Hide Show 0 Author avatar tutitututu 24 June 2021

I have an Electrolux floor standing Electrolux, has been in continuous 24/7 operation for several years, still alive.

Hide Show -1 Author avatar Ku6epHeTuKa 24 June 2021

In my experience in the air conditioning business, it's a dick on all fronts. But it's better than nothing.

+41 Author avatar Illusionist 23 June 2021

It's more like a humidifier.

Hide Show +14 Author avatar MelodyAlice 23 June 2021

An air conditioner with adiabatic cooling!

Hide Show +8 Author avatar fuyuno 23 June 2021

That's the humidifier TC invented.


I was also surprised by the phrase "in spite of rising humidity". It's the increase in humidity that makes the room cooler.


I have a humidifier, not an air conditioner. When it's 28-35 degrees outside, it's a steady 26 in the room.

Hide Show +17 Author avatar Brahistohron 24 June 2021

It might look like a fuck-up, but still...


Moisture evaporates from a large area, takes energy to do so, consequently the humidity goes up and the temperature goes down.


Increased humidity per se is not the cause of the temperature drop.

Hide Show +8 Author avatar KumarZaparych 24 June 2021

Not fucked up, that's right. TC has a humidifier. In St. Petersburg, such a fart is sharply contraindicated. With high humidity it is even harder to bear the heat.

Hide Show 0 Author avatar BorisKisKisMay 24 June 2021

In new houses without a humidifier even in summer it sucks, and in winter it is impossible to survive at all.



Older buildings don't need it. The houses are cool and the humidity is high.

Hide Show +6 Author avatar Madcat.ua 24 June 2021

Good girl. That's right. No irony.


It takes almost a kilowatt of energy to evaporate a liter of water.

Hide Show 0 Author avatar divasoft 24 June 2021

Really? Are you familiar with the law of conservation of energy? Evaporating water doesn't take the heat out of the room, if anything.

Hide Show 0 Author avatar fuyuno 24 June 2021

Thanks for the clarification. I'm not very good at physics.

Hide Show +5 Author avatar GriZzZlikov 24 June 2021

Yeah, a great way to get mini-tropics in your apartment, and if you're lucky, a fungus too, if the ventilation isn't great.

Hide Show +1 Author avatar fuyuno 24 June 2021

I, for example, have had less than 15% humidity in my apartment. The humidifier shows the percentage of humidity. In 3 months it has gone up to 45, but drops periodically.


In St. Petersburg the humidity is already higher, without additional humidification, no one died of fungus. The apartment is not a closed system: there is ventilation, windows and doors are constantly open. The air is renewed.



For example, I need high humidity for my health. Dry air cracks the skin on my hands and face. Also, it is much easier to breathe and allergens settle down quickly.

Hide Show +2 Author avatar bloomboroom 24 June 2021

Last year in the Urals temperature records were broken, 39.1 is the absolute record for the entire history of Yekaterinburg.

I just took a spray gun and sprinkled water on the floor, it got noticeably cooler for half an hour.


The humidity in this heat clearly helps, because it was noticeably reduced, in the mornings there was not even a dew in those days.


I wanted to get a fan like TC, but I could not get one in any store.

Hide Show 0 Author avatar Toscedo 24 June 2021

We have these at work. The paperwork says air conditioner (AC). Goes from 45 to 30. The airflow from it is already more or less comfortable. The problem with the water, it is very hard here, for this reason the water treatment plant adds a lot of salt. Pump replacement - every month, the crate lasts for a season (it's made of cardboard), as well as once a season to disassemble and clean the fan blades he built up salt. Water consumption is high, more than a cube of water per 12 hours.

And in general the root word condition(er), in Russian to condition - to bring to a condition, i.e. to certain conditions, which does not mean only cooling.

Hide Show 0 Author avatar tipokSpark 24 June 2021

Said conditioner.

+28 Author avatar Ricciotto 23 June 2021

Freeze the water in half-and-half bottles. And put them in front of a running fan.

Hide Show +8 Author avatar Madcat.ua 24 June 2021

It takes 340,000 Joules from the air to melt a pound of ice.


It takes 2,256,000 joules to evaporate a kilogram of water.


To evaporate a liter of water or to melt almost 7 kilograms of ice?

Hide Show +4 Author avatar bloomboroom 24 June 2021

Yes just to heat it to its melting point it takes another 211 thousand joules for each degree, if the ice from the freezer has -20, that's an extra 4220kJ

Hide Show 0 Author avatar Madcat.ua 24 June 2021

Where did you get those numbers? The heat capacity of water is 4kJ/kg.K... It only takes 80kJ to heat a liter of ice from -20 to 0... On the scale of a room (given the speed of the process) it's nothing.

Hide Show 0 Author avatar bloomboroom 24 June 2021

Right, it's only 4.2, and ice is half that, the harder it is, the less.

I must have got the order wrong.


Again.

The specific heat of fusion of ice is 330 kJ/kg.

Specific heat of ice is 2.1 kJ/kg K


Consider that ice from the freezer means it's 42kJ+330kJ=376kJ.

What's that?

you think that's the amount of work that would be sucked out of the air to evaporate a kilogram of water?


there is one condition for such a process, for some reason you forgot to mention it.

If you pour tap water at e.g. 20C and pour it into a reservoir in a room with 30 water will heat up to 30 and take 42kJ from the air and will evaporate within a couple of weeks.

Hide Show +17 Author avatar MOHAPXl 23 June 2021

Except that the refrigerator heats the room before that. The method only works for cooling one room

Hide Show +6 Author avatar lmnp2 23 June 2021

where there's no refrigerator?

Hide Show 0 Author avatar uuuuuu555 24 June 2021

Do you live in a kitchen?

Hide Show +6 Author avatar Gavroshka 23 June 2021

It's the evaporation area that counts. The thing about water is that it takes a tremendous amount of energy to phase transition.

Hide Show +5 Author avatar lmnp2 23 June 2021

it's important when you're sweating off your forehead, but this.... it doesn't matter at all. you only cool the gauze. and you can't spread the effect of cooled gauze all over the apartment.

+10 Author avatar ttxx 23 June 2021

I sit under a small fan and spray water. 33 on the thermometer.

+557 Author avatar ShamanSP1 23 June 2021
Hide Show +90 Author avatar pr0n1ra 23 June 2021

Maybe he just recently moved to non-residence because of the Moscow Ring Road.

I have not earned money yet - but he is already a Muscovite =)

Hide Show +253 Author avatar Gavroshka 23 June 2021

In Moscow, since 14 years, the money does not work out (I'm a little military, so no initiative, stupid and photogenic).

Hide Show +75 Author avatar axegrin 23 June 2021

Man, buy a floor air conditioner. You can take it with you when you leave or move.

Hide Show +20 Author avatar ChudiloDobruy 23 June 2021

I'd rent it, 'cause it'll take up space 350 days a year.

Hide Show +3 Author avatar CtrAltDel 23 June 2021

it's too complicated, and the darn machine will work like an air conditioner instead of a humidifier.

Hide Show +1 Author avatar Chistokrovka 24 June 2021

We rented one just like this and bought it 3 days ago. The side is sunny, the apartment was really hell. We paid 11k for it, but it is cool!!! Worth it, even with the loud noises.

Hide Show 0 Author avatar mimoproxodil2018 24 June 2021

Summer in Moscow is relative. And what's going on now - there hasn't been anything like this since 1917. So buying an air conditioner is a questionable waste of money. Especially considering that next week the heat will be gone.

Hide Show +13 Author avatar maxz1 23 June 2021

I don't even know what to do with you...

Hide Show +4 Author avatar MadMaggot 23 June 2021

I support you... well, up until '17, they still paid a bit here, but now I really don't understand people going to Moscow to work and live in a rented apartment... All programmers and dentists, that's it.

Hide Show 0 Author avatar Steelss88 24 June 2021

Why programmers and dentists?

Educators. In the region of about 20 working as an electrician. In MSC about 100 working much less.

Hide Show +2 Author avatar morphix.m5 23 June 2021

And how many degrees is it in Belaya Kamenka? Yesterday in Krasnodar I saw 40 on the thermometer.

Hide Show +7 Author avatar MartyStu 23 June 2021

I am from the Moscow region, but not far, we had 33 today, tomorrow they promise 34

P.S. looked at the thermometer on the window, my dear, 39 degrees. But perhaps it is under direct sunlight overheated

Hide Show +4 Author avatar Gavroshka 23 June 2021

We had 34 today in Metrogrodok with almost no wind.

Hide Show +2 Author avatar Domsbizoninom 23 June 2021

It's 35°C in Belaya Kamenka and no rains are expected in the near future. But in Krasnodar, thunderstorms are expected at the weekend.

Hide Show +1 Author avatar Domsbizoninom 23 June 2021

Actually, today at 10 am.

Hide Show 0 Author avatar dr.Melmoth 24 June 2021

Read it as "in Moscow since 14 years.

Hide Show 0 Author avatar medex81 24 June 2021
Hide Show 0 Author avatar Kinkaju12328 24 June 2021

I put a wet rag on a wooden chair. Don't you feel sorry for your own? Or just a boor?

Hide Show 0 Author avatar SitKiLLeR 24 June 2021

A little military is what? Warrant Officer? A bit of a lieutenant?

Hide Show 0 Author avatar Kornokodran 24 June 2021

A military officer would have stolen something a long time ago.

Hide Show 0 Author avatar fduch29 24 June 2021

Do you have windows on the sunny side? And no drafts at all?

Hide Show 0 Author avatar Konstantinyx 23 June 2021

There are mobile air conditioners for such an occasion)

Hide Show 0 Author avatar skif1980 23 June 2021

Then it's just right for politics! Especially since you're already in Moscow.

Hide Show +18 Author avatar Purpleman1 23 June 2021

What do you mean, "earned"?

Hide Show +27 Author avatar ShamanSP1 23 June 2021

They say that there's still some territory outside Moscow where you don't get paid for nothing. There you have to go to work, do something there, and maybe they'll give you money for food. This is called "making money" in the Zamkadsky way.

Hide Show +32 Author avatar Purpleman1 23 June 2021

I've heard something about that savagery, do they still fuck chicks there?

Hide Show +7 Author avatar BuhBuhov 23 June 2021
Hide Show +2 Author avatar toporike 23 June 2021

At train stations, they hand out wads of money as you enter the city.

Hide Show -2 Author avatar Sergiys58 23 June 2021

You steal if you don't get caught...

Hide Show +8 Author avatar sashadeg 23 June 2021

What do you mean, you earned it? What about the 300 grand from the mayor's office every month?

Hide Show +2 Author avatar Light07 24 June 2021

That's for coffee shops. Doesn't count.

Hide Show +2 Author avatar MrLightningRod 23 June 2021

You're underpaid. If you've been in Moscow for 5 years, you can get it once a week.

Hide Show 0 Author avatar mnogoneyasnogo 23 June 2021

Maybe he's still outside the MKAD, though he claims otherwise.)

Hide Show +39 Author avatar takoybenya 23 June 2021

Honey, I'm a Muscovite. Native. I'm not a star in the sky. Working class. And to earn decent money to live, I work just as hard (or maybe more) than any other worker in Russia. Don't assume that all we do here in the capital is eat delivery and take cabs.

Hide Show +25 Author avatar Domsbizoninom 23 June 2021

We make deliveries and work in a cab.

Hide Show +1 Author avatar ShamanSP1 23 June 2021

But it's for the soul, because we have our own business.

Hide Show 0 Author avatar ChudiloDobruy 23 June 2021

For newcomers who spend their first year in the big city

Hide Show +10 Author avatar CrabCrabCrabCrab 24 June 2021
Hide Show +13 Author avatar Ioptaman 23 June 2021

You see, there's a problem here - you work hard to earn "normal money to live on" (c), and the same guy in the countryside works hard to earn money to buy food, and he has no chance to "live on" because there's no work at all.

Hide Show +3 Author avatar obitatel.pustoty 24 June 2021

The reason for the hatred of Muscovites is not that you don't work, but that you work, but you also earn money, while we in the regions just work).

Hide Show +2 Author avatar takoybenya 24 June 2021

Hoho, well, maybe so. I have earned so far only credits. If you're in Moscow, let me know and we'll have a beer.

Hide Show +3 Author avatar Gavroshka 23 June 2021

And we'll also snort coke and...)

Hide Show -1 Author avatar takoybenya 23 June 2021

And our whores charge 2k an hour.

Hide Show 0 Author avatar MikeWsky 23 June 2021

What? 2k an hour? You escaped from 2014?

Hide Show 0 Author avatar TolVl 23 June 2021

Is that a joke or the truth, I don't get it?

Hide Show +2 Author avatar totu.design 23 June 2021

No one's counting that. Everyone here is joking. But the fact that you think you're above the rest of the workforce is funny to read.

Hide Show +9 Author avatar edil17 24 June 2021

Where did he write that he thinks he's above the others?

Hide Show +1 Author avatar takoybenya 24 June 2021

You're wrong. You're so wrong.

Hide Show -3 Author avatar totu.design 24 June 2021

Of course, everybody's wrong but you.

Hide Show 0 Author avatar yozhik163 24 June 2021

Maybe you eat cabs and drive deliveries.

Hide Show 0 Author avatar ShamanSP1 23 June 2021

Can't you get into humor?)

Hide Show +3 Author avatar takoybenya 23 June 2021

Nah, I got a lot of sunshine.

Hide Show 0 Author avatar IcroIce 24 June 2021

Working class.

Hide Show +3 Author avatar fitnessass 24 June 2021
+16 Author avatar tibidohtel 23 June 2021

I was installing a powerful silent air conditioner in April (repairs were coming to an end, it so happened that the tracks were laid in advance according to the project) and thought to myself: it's a waste of money. I will not even switch it on. I'm just throwing my money away.

Hide Show +13 Author avatar BlackMoss 23 June 2021
Hide Show +9 Author avatar cobra77 23 June 2021

Put it in my bedroom a couple of years ago. It pays for itself every summer. :) Even though it's Peter. But it's the top floor, it's sunny. You wake up in the morning, it's cool, you go out to the rest of the apartment - Tashkent...

Hide Show +5 Author avatar Gavroshka 23 June 2021

What a fucked up life you've had!

Hide Show +2 Author avatar mrakomorra 23 June 2021

I installed an air conditioner about 5 years ago, and in previous years it was used 2-3 times per summer - the rest of the time there was no need (I have an apartment with an open floor plan and north-facing windows, mostly). But during the last week it has paid for itself - otherwise I would have died already, it is impossible to sleep in the heat.

+15 Author avatar Naitmer 23 June 2021

I bought a mobile air conditioner for my rented apartment. That's great.

Hide Show +3 Author avatar ak4a 23 June 2021

Can you write which one? If the issue is old, at least look at the company.

Reviews for mobile air conditioners are very contradictory everywhere.

Hide Show +4 Author avatar orbitovod 23 June 2021

I have a Zanussi ZACM-07SN/N1 It cools well, but you can not sleep with it, it is noisy, like all mobile devices.

Hide Show +2 Author avatar sviktor 23 June 2021

I bought a Zanussi ZACM-07SN/N1 this year.


On the whole I am pleased with it. But it makes much noise, like old refrigerator, plus the sound from the fan is also strong.

You can not sleep with it in one room, unless you blow out half a liter of strong before going to bed.

Hide Show +2 Author avatar yaragan 23 June 2021

What I do: it blows there, when I fall asleep (at about midnight somewhere) I turn it off and close the balcony (it is on the balcony and blows from there). As a result, this cold air suffices until about five in the morning. Then, if I wake up in the morning (or in the middle of the night to the restroom) then open the balcony, the frame and already on the street at four in the morning cool and coolness goes to me. Yesterday morning on the street was hot and I turned on the air conditioner for 10 minutes - it was enough.

Hide Show 0 Author avatar vazuka 23 June 2021

Gave my brother a mobile air conditioner - says it cools cool, but it's impossible to sleep with it. And this is one of the quietest on the reviews was

Hide Show 0 Author avatar ak4a 23 June 2021

If you remember the model, please write down. In principle, if the night to cool the room, mb enough. You can't put a split with a glass front properly.

Hide Show +1 Author avatar vazuka 23 June 2021

I don't remember, but I asked my brother. Now clarified - says cools three, but with it at least you can sleep on the temperature (not the noise). Moreover, it works on the balcony, not in the room. We gave it to him with almost double the size of the room.


And so, it seems there are air conditioners which can be put on the balcony with supply ventilation. If I hadn't had a renovation done, I'd have one of those anyway.


Hide Show 0 Author avatar vazuka 24 June 2021

Zanussi zacm-12 MS/N1.

Hide Show 0 Author avatar pAgajudi45 23 June 2021

What kind of model?

Hide Show +2 Author avatar Naitmer 23 June 2021

I have a Neoclima. As already written below it cools quite well but it is noisy. I would advise from my experience to have a look at mobile conditioners with two loops. That is with air intake from a street.

Hide Show 0 Author avatar MyPersonalName 23 June 2021

If it is too noisy - you can put it on a balcony, glue a corrugator to an outlet and throw it in a room.

Hide Show 0 Author avatar Naitmer 23 June 2021

No balcony and nowhere to glue the duct. Anyway, I just turn it on and forget about it. At night, just close the windows and sleep in the cold. The whole difference between the mobile and conventional is roughly speaking noise and the removal of warm air, but otherwise they are quite the same

+90 Author avatar heptagon 23 June 2021

There is a suspicion that your system is not working. In a closed system, the energy stays the same.


The air cooling from chilled gauze and bringing 10 liters of cold water into the room is minimal, but the noticeable increase in humidity prevents your body from using the natural cooling mechanism through sweat.


Or wrap a wet cloth around the outside of the apartment :), then it will cool the apartment by evaporating water, which is the classic use of wet rags to cool drinks in the heat.


Or pour cold water into something with a large surface - a radiator or many meters of twisted pipe. Pump the water slowly and blow out the air.


Or just use a fan and drink more water.

Hide Show +55 Author avatar vhruk 23 June 2021

The system is not closed, wet air will be replaced by outside air. Energy is used for evaporation. Cooling is substantial even with relatively high humidity - look at the psychrometer scale

Hide Show +12 Author avatar Boshmax 23 June 2021

I absolutely agree. I tried to do the same thing in a rental apartment, and also froze a half-cup. The effect is no humidity increases, the total temperature does not change, the effect was felt only if standing directly in front of the fan. Probably also influenced by the fact that the side was south.


And as for the rented apartment. I bought a mobile air conditioner, put it on the loggia. I took the heat out to the street and put the cold air out through the window. It was very efficient.

Hide Show +12 Author avatar kodeush 23 June 2021

One plus for this gentleman!

Hide Show +2 Author avatar Calc 23 June 2021

It works, but the efficiency is super low.

Hide Show +1 Author avatar fshp 24 June 2021

You don't have to change the energy to change the temperature. The cooling is due to a phase transition.


There was a water molecule with a temperature of 20 degrees and became a vapor molecule with a temperature of 15 degrees.

Hide Show +2 Author avatar fshp 24 June 2021

Of course, I didn't describe the principle correctly. But still.


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Hide Show 0 Author avatar krasbraf 24 June 2021

A homeless man is walking through the garbage dumps of Akademgorodok. He sees a woman lying naked. He walks up to her and asks: "The Second Law of Thermodynamics?" She answers: "The entropy of an isolated system cannot decrease." The homeless man goes on and thinks: "A normal woman! What did they throw away?

Hide Show 0 Author avatar DobroMax1 23 June 2021

Catch the physicist!