Archive for March 2019

Many Travel Tips That You May Have Overlooked

Chatrapati Shivaji Terminus earlier known as Victoria Terminus in Mumbai, India. Ninght panorama

If you’re planning a trip, you may be wrapped up in thinking about how much fun you will have when you arrive. However, there are a lot of other things to think about to make sure that your trip is safe and goes well. Here’s a list of things to think about when planning a trip.

Pay attention to your intution when traveling. If a specific store, person, or neighborhood gives you “bad vibes”, just walk away. Your intuition might be telling you something that you haven’t consciously noticed. Even if you’re wrong, it’s better to be safe than sorry when it comes to your safety.

When traveling, don’t forget that you can travel by bus to many areas in North and South America. It can be much less expensive than flying and is generally lower-stress for the travelers. Traveling by bus has lost much of its stigma in recent years, with many companies purchasing new vehicles and even hiring security guards to ride along.

Exercise before you get on the airplane. Taking a long flight can be tedious. When you are forced to sit in the same position for hours on end, your back and legs can cramp up. To eliminate back and leg pain, stretch and do a light workout to prepare for your flight.


In countries that you travel to, be aware of the cultural view of how questions are answered. In some places, especially India and Asia, it can be considered very rude to tell someone that you don’t know the answer to their question. Others may simply answer “yes” to any question asked in English. Pay attention to doubtful body language.

Now that you know what to look out for when planning your trip, you can start thinking about the fun you’ll have when you get there. The first step to having a great time on any trip is to plan right. Keep these tips in mind to make sure you don’t forget anything!

Frequently asked Questions about Air Conditioners

You do not know whether to choose a portable air conditioner or a fixed one? You do not know what is the right temperature or the type of maintenance to do? The doubts are always many when it starts to get hot: we have answered five frequently asked questions and if you are thinking of buying one thanks to us you can save money. In case of more doubts, you can visit

Is a Portable or Fixed Air Conditioner Better?

The portable air conditioners in general are less efficient than the wall split because they are often a mono block, also to allow you to get the heat out of the room you are forced to leave a gap (for the passage of the tube) and this compromises the air conditioning of the room. Consider that they are often noisy by having the compressor in the room where you are staying.

What is the Right Temperature?

The best temperature, even for not exceeding consumption, is around 25 °C, but it is always better not to fall below 6-7 °C compared to the outside because an excessive temperature jump can be dangerous for health. Electricity consumption, moreover, is less if you use air conditioning at a higher temperature.

What kind of Maintenance Do I have to do? Are there any obligations as for the Boilers?

There are no legal obligations for plants under 12 KW or for domestic systems, but our advice is to check the refrigerant gas and battery cleaning, so that it is as efficient as possible. The frequency of checks depends on the hours of use. If you do not use it often (even in winter) you do not need to do it often, but about every 3-4 years. Every year, however, clean the filters under running water and with bicarbonate. For servicing your air conditioner, you can also visit

Is there a Difference between the Water of the Indoor Unit and That of the Outdoor Unit?

There are no differences. You can reuse the condensation water for cleaning, to water (not always because it is demineralizing and therefore poor for plants) or for the iron, but in this case follow the manufacturer’s instructions.

Do Air Conditioner Filters Remove Viruses and Bacteria? Are They Useful for Those Allergic?

The important thing is to avoid the stagnation of water where bacteria could proliferate, such as Legionella, but the risk in domestic systems is very low. Several manufacturers propose filters that should break down any bacteria and viruses in the room, but at the moment there are no studies that demonstrate their effectiveness. Taking into account the volume of air in the room and the continuous air exchange of the rooms it is difficult to hypothesize that the air treatment process can lead to real benefits for an allergic person.