GE has unveiled its new THAMPTON air conditioning unit, which is more effective at cooling and quieter than its predecessor.
The GE THAMPON unit was unveiled at the GE Global Energy Summit in Washington, DC on Thursday.
The new GE THAMPSON unit is quieter than the GE THIMPSON and GE THUMPSON units GE has previously introduced, and its higher efficiency means it can be used for up to five days without overheating.
The company also announced the availability of a free trial of its THAMPton system to businesses and consumers.
GE said the new GETHAMPTON system is the best air conditioning solution for the business and personal.
The system uses the same high-efficiency thermostatic control as the THAMPTSON unit, but is quieter and uses more energy.
The THAMPION system is also the best option for business and home users.
GE says its THAMPLON air conditioners are quieter than previous GE air conditioning units and are rated for use up to 15 hours per day.
The latest GE THOMPTON unit will be available for purchase in February.
The technology behind GE’s THAMPINGTON air conditioning is similar to the GE ThAMPTON unit, and GE’s GE THAMI system.
GE also unveiled the GETHAMPTON airconditioner, which uses a heat exchanger to heat and cool the unit.
The current GE THampTON air conditioner has a low-end thermostat and can be operated at a range of temperatures from 65 degrees Fahrenheit to 70 degrees Fahrenheit.
GE THEMPSON is the latest GE air condition system to be launched.
GE will sell its THUMPTON unit in late 2018.
GE is still exploring ways to increase efficiency in air conditioning and is working on new technologies to help do so.