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The Western Cooling Control™-
Making the West Even Cooler Than it Already is,
While Using Less Energy!


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In hot and dry climates, when the typical air conditioner turns off, it still has stored cooling sitting in it. The stored cooling can be delivered to the home or business if the fan runs longer. The WCC™ is Proctor Engineering Group’s innovation to adjust the fan run times to the way each air conditioner runs. In dry climates it produces savings up to 15% without sacrificing comfort.

The key to this original invention is altering the amount of time the fan runs after the outside part of the air conditioner (compressor) cycles off. The amount of time the fan runs is keyed to the amount of time the compressor runs.

West Coast Temps


Air conditioners are designed to a single performance standard for the entire United States, not for the best possible performance in a specific part of the country.

If you compare July weather in Fresno to Miami, you can see the problem. Both areas are hot in the summer but Miami, like much of the Eastern US, is very humid. However, Fresno, like much of the Western US, is very dry. That difference is the key to how simple improvements to your system can save on your cooling bill.

Air conditioners all across the US both cool and remove water from the air. Since air conditioners were not designed for dry climates, it wrings more water out of the air than it needs to, wasting energy and costing you extra on your cooling bill. The simple and affordable WCC  (or Concept3™ fan motor) can reduce unnecessary dehumidification and turn more of the work done by your A/C into cool air for your home.

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