Air conditioners for prime air-conditioned cars in India
A prime air conditioning system is a vehicle that uses high pressure and high temperature to deliver fresh air to the interior of a car.
The car must be in a prime condition before being fitted with the system.
A prime condition is one where the car’s air intake system is in a safe condition.
Prime air conditioning systems are manufactured by the world’s largest manufacturers, Tata Motors and Mahindra, and are also used in the UK and US.
The company that manufactures prime air conditioners in India, Air Conditioners India Limited, has been in operation for over 40 years and is part of the Tata group of companies.
Tata Motors has been operating in India since 1947 and Mahdairas was founded in 1967.
The system consists of two main components, air conditioning and heating.
The air conditioning unit consists of a central air filter and an auxiliary radiator.
Air Conditioners are designed to deliver cold air to each passenger compartment and the heater unit cools the interior while the central air filtering is designed to reduce the amount of heat coming into the cabin.
A prime airconditioner is fitted with two air intake pipes.
Each of the two air intakes can be used for either direct or indirect cooling.
Direct cooling uses the heat of the ambient air in the car.
Indirect cooling is the use of the cooler air in a vehicle to cool the interior air.
Most Indian prime aircoolers have a central cooling unit that provides the heat needed to circulate air to an individual compartment.
Air conditioning units have a separate cooling unit.
Indian prime air cooling systems are typically located at the rear of the vehicle.
There are also some units that are located at either side of the front of the car, either side the rear window, or both the front and rear doors.
If the car is parked outside the home, then the air conditioning will come in through the front window, through the passenger side window, and the air filter is moved through the window and the heat is sent through the central cooling pipe.
This system of air conditioning allows the vehicle to get enough air to keep the interior cool and is therefore much more efficient than air conditioning units installed in the interior.
In addition, Prime airconditioning systems in India allow for air to be delivered to a central radiator.
This allows the air to enter the interior from the front.
This means that the air that is being delivered from the interior is not trapped inside the vehicle and can be delivered directly to the radiator for use in the cooling system.
The radiator then heats up the interior and the cooler interior air is delivered to the rear seats.
One major drawback of Prime Airconditioners is that they are expensive to maintain.
They are usually located on the roof of the house and usually have a radiator that is located on top of the heater and air conditioning.
The Prime Air Conditioner installation requires a licence from the Ministry of Motor Vehicles and a vehicle inspection.