February 4, 2013
Hello Flower shop,
This is Donna with GE and I am happy to assist you.
GE Room Air Conditioners are designed to remove heat and humidity from within a room (occupied space) in a home, office, or similar environment. Room air conditioners will not perform properly in special applications, like coolers and wine rooms, where temperatures are desired to be lower than 60 degress F.
At these temperatures, room air conditioners will cycle off, which means that the compressor will not run and therefore will not cool. They may also freeze up due to frost on the evaporator, which stops airflow and cooling.
A floral cooler or refrigerator's ideal temperature is between 34 and 36 degrees Fahrenheit for cut flowers, although many units hover at around 38 F. Temperatures that fluctuate 5 degrees plus or minus of 38 F can destroy or shorten the lives of flowers. Storage units need humidity levels of 90 to 95 percent.
I hope this helps!
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