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Four Things to Consider When Buying an Evaporative Cooler

Four Things to Consider When Buying an Evaporative Cooler Keeping your environment cool and comfortable during warm summer months can be a frustrating and often expensive task, to say the least. Evaporative coolers – also known as swamp coolers – offer an eco-friendly, healthy, and cost-effective alternative to traditional air conditioning systems. However, there are a few things you should …

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How an Evaporative Cooler Works: What is evaporative cooling?

What is Evaporative Cooling? An Evaporative Cooler uses evaporation technology to cool the air via a pump that circulates water from the reservoir onto a cooling pad, which becomes saturated. Air from outside of the cooler is drawn into the unit through the moistened pad. The air passes through the pad and is cooled by the evaporation process. Ensuring each cooling …

20 Frequenty Asked Questions

1. Where are the casters? 18000/6000/3600 : The castors and hardware are shipped inside the bottom of the cooler. 2. How do you clean and store the unit? At the end of each use, turn off the pump. Allow the fans to dry the media completely. Drain all water out of the tank. Store in a protected/sheltered area. We recommend …

What is evaporative cooling?

Keeping cool in warm climates doesn’t have to be expensive. Investing in an evaporative cooler helps you save money on your utility bills and can make the summertime not feel so hot. Evaporative cooling is a process to cool air in warm climates with low humidity. So how does this process work? Evaporative coolers take the warm air and pass …

Save Money Using Evaporative Cooling

In a low-humidity environment, evaporative coolers provide natural and energy-efficient means of cooling. They cool down fresh outdoor air by passing it over water-saturated pads, which in turn, causes the water to evaporate into it. This process makes the outside air up to 25 degrees cooler. Here are a few reasons why evaporative cooling could save you money. 1. Evaporative …

How much water do the coolers consume?

The rate of evaporation depends on the relative humidity of the air. The water reservoir in our coolers are designed to operate for between 3 to 6 hours without refilling. The larger coolers used outdoors have continuous water need with float valve for shutoff. The following table lists the reservoir size, estimated water usage, and time  between fills. Model Water …

How much does it cost to run an evaporative cooler?

Hessaire coolers have the highest cfm/watt rating in the industry. Our smallest coolers requires 180W. Which means that it will consume about 1 kilowatt/hr in 5 hours. Using typical residential utility rate of $0.10/kwh, the hourly operating cost of the smallest cooler is less than 2 cents/hour. Our largest industrial fan, which can cool up to 3000 sq ft, coolers …