Evaporative coolers (also known as swamp coolers) have been around for many years, but have only recently gained popularity. They are an effective and cost-efficient way to cool your home or office, and they save you money on utility bills. Evaporative coolers are useful for commercial and industrial applications as well as domestic applications.
You can use an evaporative cooler to cool your home or office. They're also ideal for commercial and industrial applications, like warehouses, factories and other work spaces.
There are many different types of evaporative coolers available on the market today: water-based models; air-based models; electric units that connect to standard outlets; solar-powered units that rely on direct sunlight for energy; as well as several other variations.
If you need help deciding which one is right for you, we recommend consulting with a professional before making a purchase decision!
Evaporative coolers use a fan to blow air through a wet pad. As the air passes through the pad, it is cooled by evaporation in much the same way that sweat cools your skin on a hot day. The cooled air then enters your home and helps to lower its temperature.
As opposed to an air conditioner, which has an outside condensing unit and requires ductwork for distribution of cool air throughout your home, evaporative cooling systems do not have an outside condensing unit (like central air conditioners). They also do not require any ductwork; they simply blow room-temperature air through water soaked pads which help to reduce room temperatures by several degrees.
You can install an evaporative cooler yourself, or hire a professional. The installation process is easy and fast, with no ducts to install, no holes in the walls, and no electrical wiring. You only need to hang it from a wall or ceiling and connect the water supply line.
The main parts of an evaporative cooling system are the fan motor assembly and blower wheel (top), an air dryer (middle), a water pump (bottom) and other components such as pressure switches, valves, filters and gauges that control operation of the unit.
Here are some of the many benefits of using evaporative coolers:
They’re more energy efficient than air conditioners, using only one third of the electricity.
They use up to ten times less water than conventional air conditioning systems and can be installed without a drain or water hookup.
Running costs are lower since evaporative coolers need little maintenance and have no filters to replace. This means there's no need for costly service calls or replacement parts like you would find with an air conditioner (which can add up over time).
The units themselves don't produce noise pollution as they do not have fans inside them, but rather rely on convection currents created by hot dry air passing through wet pads to bring down temperatures within your home or office space.
So, if you’re looking for an eco-friendly and energy efficient alternative to air conditioners, consider purchasing one of these evaporative coolers. They are much less expensive than central air conditioning systems and they cost approximately half the amount in energy costs. In addition, we recommend that you do some additional research on evaporative coolers before making a final decision. This will ensure that you have all of the information necessary to make an informed purchase.