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Water cooler cum air conditioner AIM

To design a water cooler having a container with a reservoir for storing water has a thermoelectric module operable to cool a conductor plate and form ice in the reservoir. A temperature sensor connected to the plate senses the temperature of the plate and activates a timer when the temperature is below the temperature at which water freezes. The timer operates a selected period of time to allow a block of ice to be formed on the plate. A photoelectric sensor operable to sense a selected size of the block of ice functions to actuate a switching device that changes the polarity of the electric power supplied to the thermoelectric module to supply heat energy to the plate to release the block of ice from the plate. The released block of ice floats in the water in the reservoir and cools the water and provides an improved air-conditioner. Basically, the airconditioner comprises casing means mountable within an opening into a room, air-conditioning means contained within the casing, and blower means contained within the casing for drawing air from the room into the casing and proximate to the air-conditioning means for conditioning thereby and then discharging the conditioned air to the room. However, in particular accordance with the present invention, the blower means that is contained within the air-conditioner has an impeller rotatable journalled between two spaced apart blower housing walls and is provided with scroll means that can perform a dual function of bridging the two housing walls and also providing a plurality of air discharge ports from the blower housing.

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Hospital operating theatres, in which air is filtered to high levels to reduce infection risk and the humidity controlled to limit patient dehydration. Although temperatures are often in the comfort range, some specialist procedures such as open heart surgery require low temperatures (about 18 C, 64 F) and others such as neonatal relatively high temperatures (about 28 C, 82 F).

Cleanrooms for the production of integrated circuits, pharmaceuticals, and the like, in which very high levels of air cleanliness and control of temperature and humidity are required for the success of the process.

Facilities for breeding laboratory animals. Since many animals normally only reproduce in spring, holding them in rooms at which conditions mirror spring all year can cause them to reproduce year-round.

Data centers Textile manufacturing Physical testing facilities Plants and farm growing areas Nuclear power facilities Chemical and biological laboratories Mining Industrial environments Food cooking and processing areas

ADVANTAGES 1. Controllable comfort 2. Reduction in humidity 3. Silent operation 4. Improved air quality 5. Elluminate external noise pollution

1. Cooling Capacity (kilowatts, tons of refrigeration) 2. Operating Voltage (230vac) 3. Frequency (50HZ)

4. Phase (single phase)

MATERIALS (a) Springs, valves, valve rings, valve plates, etc. (b) Bearings or bearing bushesSection A4 (c) Electric carbon brushes (d) Electrical main and arcing contacts (e) Driving belts in matched sets (f) Standard and special replaceable type air or liquid filter media (g) Gaskets and jointing (h) Seals, gland packings, etc. (i) Rupturable safety devices (j) Replaceable heat exchanger tubes (k) Sight glasses (1) Plug in relays (m) Indicator light lamps (n) Non-standard fuse cartridges (o) Overload heaters/coils (p) Flexible hoses and similar