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    Understanding EER

    I'm trying to understand how much savings there is with every increase in an EER. For example, if I go from an 11 EER unit to a 12 EER unit, how can I translate that into a % in terms of savings?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Aircol View Post

    I'm trying to understand how much savings there is with every increase in an EER.

    For example, if I go from an 11 EER unit to a 12 EER unit,
    how can I translate that into a % in terms of savings?
    11 to 12 __ ~ 9% in general
    12 to 13 __ ~ 8%

    Actual location and equipment specifications are necessary
    to determine the average time-weighted C.O.P. and
    review Manufacturer's EXTENDED PERFORMANCE DATA
    along with weather conditions.
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    Thank you

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