The General Electric AGF10AB air conditioner
The General Electric AGF10AB room air conditioner is manufactured with louvered sides. Louvered sides are used to help position the air conditioner in a window. Air conditioners without louvered sides is generally placed in a built-in wall sleeve and are usually known as "through the wall" or "build in" models.
The General Electric AGF10AB air conditioner has a cooling capacity of 10000 British Thermal Units (BTUs) per hour. The higher the number the greater the air conditioner's cooling capacity.
In the United States, The National Appliance Energy Conservation Act (NAECA) sets the minimum standards for energy consumption in room air conditioners. The standard varies for each air conditioner depending on its size and configuration. The standard for the General Electric AGF10AB air conditioner is 9.8. The energy efficiency rating for the unit is 10.9, which is 11% better than the standard. You can use the energy efficiency rating to compare the relative efficiency of air conditioners.
GE Consumer and Industrial is located in Kentucky and manufactures compact fluorescent lights (CFL), clothes washers, dehumidifiers, dishwashers, refrigerators, freezers, room air conditioners, and water coolers. GE received the Excellence in Efficient Products award in 2005.
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